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Thursday 28 September 2023 Dublin: 13°C
Irish Defence Forces The LE Niamh (File photo)
# At Sea
Irish boat detained by Naval Service over fishing rules
The boat was stopped at around 2.30am this morning off the Cork coast.

AN IRISH FISHING vessel has been detained by the Naval Service off the Cork coast over an alleged breach of fishing regulations.

The boat was stopped by Defence Forces vessel the LE Niamh at 2.30am this morning approximately 50 nautical miles south of Ballycotton.

The boat is currently being brought back to Cork under escort by the LE Niamh. It is expected to arrive later this afternoon when it will be handed over to Gardaí.

This is the thirteenth vessel to be detained by the Naval Service so far this year. 1006 boards have been boarded and 38 warnings have been issued.

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