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Bill Farquhar from the Wick RNLI station said: "We got a call this afternoon about two o'clock that the Shetland ferry - the Hrossey - she had spotted the hull of a coaster upside down 10 miles east of Pentland Skerries.
"The last known position on marine traffic was at quarter past one yesterday, so that was the last known position we had of the ship.
"The weather at that time yesterday was pretty, pretty, bad."
He added: "I don't know what happened after that and I don't think anyone does to tell you the truth."