A busy night for the Great Yarmouth coastguard
The Great Yarmouth coastguard had a busy night last with three rescue missions in Norfolk.
At 10.30pm a 20ft inflatable boat was found abandoned on the boat ramp at Hunstanton.
A helicopter went searching for anyone who may have been on board between Skegness to Weybourne.
Skiing equipment and a bag of apples was on found on the boat.
No one was found which the coastguard team have described as a mystery, and they now say they are not searching for anyone unless they get further information.
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The coastguard say it is likely to have been stolen.
Meanwhile, a yacht with two people on board was towed in 13 to 14 miles off Cromer after it got into difficulties at 8.20pm last night.
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And this morning around 5.40am the coastguard team have towed in a yacht which was 15 miles off the Lowestoft coast, which had two people on board.
Watch manager Mario Siano said there were no injuries on any of the rescues.