The UK Overseas Workplace is supporting the household of a British lady after a scuba diving tour boat reportedly capsized off the coast of Thailand.
Millie Younger, 57, reportedly from Brighton, and a feminine Thai crew member went lacking close to the Ko Torinla island, within the Andaman Sea, native media reported.
The journey was being organised by the Sawan Tour firm, information web site Khaosod reported.
Round 18 passengers have been believed to be on board on the time, 16 of which have been rescued.
In a press release to Sky Information, a Overseas Workplace spokesperson stated: “We’re supporting the household of a British lady and are involved with the native authorities after an incident in Thailand.”
Officers stated inflatable boats and a helicopter have been used as a part of the search, in line with Khaosod.
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They consider the pair might have been swept as much as 111km away from the boat – generally known as the Reggae Queen – by sturdy currents.
Rear Admiral Pongmit Narongkul, the navy chief main the trouble, informed The Telegraph: “The wind within the space is sort of sturdy, which is an impediment to the search.
“There are cargo and fishing ships within the space they usually have been instructed to proceed looking at evening, till the lacking individuals are discovered.”
Ko Torinla island is a part of the Surin Islands Nationwide Park – an archipelago of 5 islands some 55km from the mainland.