They are waiting for more salvage equipment to be brought in and it is extremely unlikely that there will be any attempt today.
However, they will be making a determined effort, I suspect, tomorrow evening.
If they cannot get it off tomorrow, the chances are it will be stuck for another fortnight.
– Ian Clayton, Seahouses RNLI
The RNLI's Ian Clayton added that lower tides over the next two weeks would hamper any attempt to remove the Danio. Storms are also due to hit the area next week, so the skipper has filled the ballast tanks with sea water to make the vessel more stable.
Salvage crews are working out the best way to rescue a ship which ran aground near a lighthouse in an important wildlife haven.
The MV Danio was heading from Perth in Scotland, to Belgium, when it got caught on rocks in the Farne Islands. The six crew has spent the night aboard the ship, which lifeboat crews found had a metre-wide hole below the waterline on the port side near the bow.
A spokesman for the Maritime and Coastguard Agency has said there is a plant to re-float a cargo ship that has run aground off the Northumberland coast at high tide:
There was no-one injured and no pollution observed at this time.
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency have been in touch with all relevant parties to ensure that the owners of the vessel have a salvage plan in place for the refloating of the vessel at the next high tide, which is this evening.