The former German Admiral's Cup-winning yacht "ruby" from 1973 is dropped in front of Cuxhaven in the North sea. The 15-Meter-long Yacht, which is to say, in the meantime, "Sharki" and Szczecin as a home port, had announced seven Polish sailors on Board, such as the Deutsche Gesellschaft zur rettung schiffbrüchiger (DGzRS) on Wednesday. The four men and three women have been able to embark on a life raft. The rescue crews rushed to the emergency on Tuesday evening shortly before 23: 00, with two rescue boats to help. In addition, a patrol boat went in the water protection police Hamburg at the scene of the accident. The sailors all remained unharmed.
The Yacht had collided, according to initial findings, probably with a fairway ton, such as the Deutsche Gesellschaft zur rettung schiffbrüchiger (DGzRS) announced on Wednesday. The "Sharki", was on the way from the North sea-Baltic canal to Helgoland.
One of the sailors, the rescue crews alerted. The Position was several nautical miles from Cuxhaven. The Maritime search and rescue informed the surrounding ships, and received feedback from a Belgian cargo ship with visual contact to the sailing-Yacht. The freighter remained until the Arrival of the rescuers in the vicinity.Updated Date: 12 August 2020, 04:20