|Posted on September 21, 2017 at 4:05 AM|
The lifeboat was called out at 4pm when the trawler suffered engine failure.
Weather conditions at the time were moderate with south, south east winds, force 6-7 and 3-4 metre swell.
When the lifeboat reached the trawler, the crew secured a tow rope and the trawler was towed to the safety of Burtonport harbour.
Speaking following the call out, Arranmore RNLI Coxswain Jimmy Early said: 'This was a text book rescue with favourable weather conditions and experienced fishermen who knew exactly what action to take in an emergency, they did all the right things to effect their rescue.'
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