This footage comes from the RNLI lifeboat which was launched to rescue two men whose fishing boat was capsized in the Solent.
The Coastguard requested assistance this morning at 8.12am and the lifeboat crew from the Isle of Wight was launched.
Two men have been rescued after their fishing boat sank near Christchurch in Dorset.
Solent Coastguard received several calls at 8am this morning reporting a red distress flare west of the Needles lighthouse.
The Needles Coastguard Rescue Team reported that they could see a liferaft out to sea.
The RNLI Yarmouth lifeboat and rescue helicopter from Lee-on-Solent were launched and took the men back to shore by lifeboat.
It is thought they were out in their liferaft for at least two hours but they did not require any further medical attention.
The Coastguard is warning people to keep away from beaches in Dorset affected by landslides.
Today's brighter weather has attracted sightseers to beaches near Lyme Regis, on Portland and in Swanage where recent wet weather has left cliffs unstable and in some cases collapsing. But the warning is being largely ignored, as Richard Slee reports.
Coastguards in Dorset are warning the public to heed warnings about staying off beaches where there is the threat of a landslip from the cliffs above. The recent wet weather has made some cliff edges vulnerable to mudslides.
Part of the beach at Swanage has been closed off, but coastguards have observed some members of the public ignoring the warnings.