Coastguards have issued a warning to people using the region's beaches after a man became disorientated in the fog on the Solway Coast.
A large-scale search, including the Nith Inshore and Silloth Lifeboats, were sent to look for a man who telephoned for help after losing his way at Powfoot.
The man was walking his dog when he was caught up in the early morning mist, and it was feared he was being caught in the fast incoming tide.
Members of Annan Coastguard Team combed the surrounding shoreline but the man found his way to the shore, where coastguards met him.
A 14-year-old boy has been rescued by Whitehaven coastguard after falling seven feet onto rocks.
Seven members of the team were called to Whitey Rock at twenty past two yesterday afternoon where they stretchered the teenager to an ambulance. The youngster had fallen onto rocks from the town's railway wall.
A man was pulled from the water at Whitehaven Marina.
The Coastguard received a call about the incident at 11:50am yesterday, 20 February, from a passer-by and sent their team and an ambulance.
On their arrival, the man, believed to be a yaucht owner in his 50s, had been pulled from the water and had left the scene.
The coast guard said other people at the marina had used ropes to pull him out.
They believe he had been in the water for about five minutes.
The search continues this morning after a woman and child fell from a ferry on its way from Cairnryan to Belfast.
The coastguard was alerted at around ten past six yesterday evening.
Emergency services have rescued a woman.
She has been taken to hospital and is being treated for hypothermia.
The child - believed to be a baby - hasn't yet been found.