The Coastguard is appealing for information after yacht wreckage was found at Redcar Beach, on the north east coast of England, yesterday morning.
Investigations indicate the vessel was an Oday 22 sailing yacht and wreckage colours are blue, white and red with a section of the stern marked Hartlepool.
Hartlepool and Skinningrove Coastguard Rescue Teams conducted a search of the area after the wreckage was discovered.
The Coastguard would like to eliminate the possiblity that anyone is in difficulty and if you have information about this vessel please contact Humber Coastguard Operations Centre on 01262 672317 or call 999 and ask for the Coastguard.
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