The Dubai Police have rescued a Spanish family after their yacht broke down almost a stone breaker in Jumeirah.
Maritime rescue patrols were dispatched after the family reported that their vessel had a specialized glitch. The six-member family was in peril as the sea flows were solid.
Colonel Dr Hassan Suhail Al Suwaidi, Director of Ports Police Station, clarified that the police’s quick reaction helped save the existences of the Spanish family. Marine patrols kept the family’s yacht from floating towards the stone breaker.
Lieutenant Colonel Ali Abdullah Al Naqbi, Head of the Maritime Rescue Department, said their main concern was to get the family.
“Our groups moved the family to a rescue boat and gave them life coats, before they were taken to wellbeing shorewards.
“We then, at that point towed their yacht out of the sea to the port,” he added.
The Spanish family has communicated their gratitude to the Dubai Police for the quick activity. They said rescue groups arrived at the area in under five minutes.
The police have asked proprietors of boats, ships and yachts to exploit the ‘Sail Safely’ administration through the Dubai Police application. The assistance tracks sea ventures, makes clients aware of postponements during an excursion, recognizes dangers, sends trouble messages straightforwardly to the Dubai Police and assists with fast crisis reactions.