US Coast Guard assists disabled yacht off Washington coast

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The US Coast Guard assists a yacht that has been disabled off the coast of Washington state with seven people on board.

In a tweet Saturday afternoon, the US Coast Guard said the 143-foot yacht has been disabled 45 miles northwest of Grays Harbor, Washington.

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The US Coast Guard assists a yacht in Washington state with seven people on board, with water entering the stern.

The US Coast Guard assists a yacht in Washington state with seven people on board, with water entering the stern.
(US Coast Guard)

According to the US Coast Guard, the yacht’s transom door cannot close and water is entering the stern. No one on the yacht is injured.

#USCG crews responding to a 143-foot disabled yacht, 45 miles northwest of Grays Harbor, Wash., with 7 people on board. No medical concerns. Ship cannot close transom door and water has entered the stern. The floods are under control. Rescue teams remain on the scene,” the tweet read.

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The US Coast Guard assists a yacht in Washington state with seven people on board, with water entering the stern.

The US Coast Guard assists a yacht in Washington state with seven people on board, with water entering the stern.
(US Coast Guard)

A 210-foot US Coast Guard vessel is en route to the area to tow the yacht.

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