0810 UTC  While preparing to launch Solent Rescue 1 it was noticed there was a yacht aground just off mouth of Beaulieu river the Approx 40ft yacht had run aground just off mouth of Beaulieu river, Solent Rescue 1 headed for launch site 


0835 UTC SR1 on scene, skipper of casualty vessel requested tow, tow line attached to stern cleat of casualty vessel, vessel cleared of bank, skipper happy there where no further issues on board and proceeded under own power

0845 UTC SR1 Informed SCG we have towed vessel off and skipper happy to continue passage SR1 was then Released with thanks to continue sea trials and crew familiarisation training

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