Originally Posted by codprawn
"A full RNLI investigation will take place to ascertain the cause of the grounding."
I would have thought it was a distinct lack of water!!!
Can't really argue with that!
My father was a pilot in the RAF & towards the end of his career was in charge of various squadrons & air groups. In the unfortunate event of the loss of a plane, or hecopleter, we wouldn't see him for days while the offficial enquiry took place. After the dust settled the unofficial conclusion was always the same - "ran out of air".