Brighton Lifeboat was launched this morning after a man jumped from Brighton Pier.
The RNLI lifeboat Peterborough Beer Festival 3 was called morning at 4.07am.
The man was brought onto Brighton lifeboat where he was taken back to Brighton Marina for medical assistance from South East Coast Ambulance.
He was taken to hospital suffering with hypothermia.
Cowes RNLI lifeboat was launched this morning to search for a yacht following the discovery of a body of a man close to the East Cowes shore of the River Medina, a few metres from the floating bridge.
The lifeboat crew heard that the yacht from which the man was thought to have come was discovered in Cowes Yacht Haven. No- one else from the yacht was missing.
A new generation of super-lifeboat that's powered by water jets has arrived at its new base in Dungeness in Kent. It's the lightest and most agile all-weather lifeboat in the fleet. Tom Savvides talks to Steve Austen and Trevor Bunney from the RNLI as well as some of the locals.
After what has been a tough year for Newhaven lifeboat station this is their fun video which is both a tribute to crew member Gav "happy days" Butcher who lost his battle with cancer earlier this year. Plus as a huge thank you for the amazing support Newhaven lifeboat has received.
She's 92 years old and has more than just a few holes in her bottom. But the future for Priscilla MacBean has never looked rosier. She is, we should explain, a historic lifeboat that was rescued from rotting away by an antiques dealer in Hastings.
David Johns explains, talking to the boat's owner and restorer Deeday White.
His was an act of bravery and sacrifice that has never been forgotten.
Every year the crew of the Swanage Lifeboat pay their respects to coxswain William Brown who died during a rescue back in 1895 - the only Swanage crew member ever to be lost at sea.
This year they were joined by William's last surviving grandchild, Marion Mason from Weymouth. And she had a special donation to give to the present day crew. Martin Dowse has the story.
A man became stranded in the Solent when he took a RIB from Hamble to Cowes last night.
The craft ran into trouble when it broke down at the mouth of Southampton Water.
Solent Coastguards were alerted to the emergency, where a Cowes RNLI lifeboat was launched at 9.20pm.
The lifeboat discovered the RIB with the only man on board who had lost propulsion through gear box failure.
The craft was then towed to Cowes.
The funeral of a dedicated fundraiser for Eastbourne lifeboats was interrupted this morning when the crew had to rush to an incident off Sovereign Harbour.
St Richard's Church in Langney was full of people paying tributes to Daphne Lake when the lifeboat crew's pagers interrupted the service.
The on-duty crew rushed to help a vessel in Sovereign Harbour when a man onboard suffered a severe allergic reaction.
The casualty was stabilised by paramedics and transferred to the lifeboat where he was taken to Eastbourne District General Hospital.
Later, friends of Daphne said she would have been delighted with the drama at the church, which would have made her day.