A 10.3 metre timber boat that washed ashore near Myola on Tuesday, September 17, is now in the hands of insurers, the RMS says.
About 4.30pm the 10.3 metre timber recreational motor cruiser broke away from a mooring in Jervis Bay near Huskisson and washed ashore on a sand spit on Myola Beach.
NSW Maritime Boating Safety Officers were called, secured the vessel and contacted the owner.
"There was no evidence of pollution," an RMS spokesperson said.
"The vessel was insured and salvage agents along with Maritime Officers inspected the vessel this morning [September 18].
"About 10.30am today a NSW Maritime vessel towed the boat and secured it safely in Jervis Bay.
"The vessel is now in the hands of the insurer and will be lifted from the water."
It is understood Maritime staff have spent the morning of Wednesday, September 18, working to retrieve a boat washed up on the northern side of opening of Currambene Creek.
Jervis Bay Marine Rescue said they were first notified of the boat at about 4.20pm on Tuesday, September 17.
The believed the vessel may have slipped its moorings, and said it was now "rocking and rolling" in the tide as it lay on its side on the sand.
A volunteer said Marine Rescue NSW was not responsible for salvage work, and that it was the responsibility of the boat's owners to retrieve it.
The RMS has been contacted for comment.