A man who lost his son at sea says tighter safety regulations should be introduced to prevent further tragedy.
Peter Prowse's son, Robert, died along with two crewmen when their boat, the Purbeck Isle, sank. A report said a lifeboat had not been correctly fitted. His body was never found.
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