The trimaran with two men on board was on a journey from Chester to Rhos on Sea when it ran aground due to an ebbing tide
one mile north of Flint.
He added: "Because of the ebbing tide
and fading light, we launched both craft, and had an ambulance waiting at Harrison Drive.
Crews found the man, from the Manchester area, washed ashore by the ebbing tide
on the Caernarfon side of the Strait and took him to Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor.
Crew member Paul Frost said the offshore wind and ebbing tide
quickly took the dinghy out
The man had gone out in one although it was breezy and there was quite a strong ebbing tide
To a passer-by, the blackened hull of a ship, revealed by the ebbing tide
visible from both New Brighton and Hoylake, could have been a pile of junk.
RIVER MERSEY rolling along Like some old forgotten song Melodies like memories float Of sailing ships and ferry boats Of slave ships with their black cargo And trading ships with bows hung low All sailing on your outgoing waves Like tunes upon a guitar plays Troop ships sailing off to war Or liners for some far off shore Oh river how you call the tune With ebbing tides
obeying moon Still we listen to your song And watch you as you roll along Like a father you protected us In times of war, all dirt and dust As a mother you fed our babes Bringing food upon your waves You are our heart, so strong and cool Beating with life for Liverpool Freda Renton, Croxteth Park
Discussed in John Baxter's essay, Pinkerton carries on the tradition of erudite, "plain style" poetry that Winters championed, and which is experiencing a resurgence, even as the ebbing tides
of postmodernism break around us.
LOS ANGELES -- Growing job losses from the recession are projected to cause under-employment rates of 18 percent in Los Angeles County and 17 percent in California according to the Ebbing Tides
in the Golden State report released today by the Economic Roundtable.
It became a hotel in 1877 and has survived two world wars, a depression, and the ebbing tides
of taste and fashion.