The search is continuing for missing Plymouth teenager, Jordon Cobb. It's believed the sixteen year old jumped from the Torpoint Ferry into the River Tamar on New Year's Eve.
Coastguard rescue teams, a helicopter, police and Ministry of Defence launches, Dartmoor Rescue Group and Plymouth's all-weather and inshore lifeboats are all involved in the search.
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency said Brixham Coastguard received a Mayday distress call from the Torpoint ferry at 9.15pm reporting a man overboard near the ferry's slipway in Torpoint, Cornwall.
Police, the coastguard and the RNLI conducted an extensive search for the teenager after he failed to reappear.
Devon and Cornwall Police said the search had resumed this morning, although there was a possibility Jordan had managed to swim ashore.
A spokesman said: "We are doing everything we possibly can to find Jordan and the search process continues."
The Torpoint Ferry, which is pulled across the River Tamar on chains, is one of the main ways to travel between Devon and Cornwall and was established in 1791.
The search has resumed today for a missing teenager from Plymouth, who was spotted jumping from the Torpoint ferry into the River Tamar. He has been named as 16 year old Jordan Cobb from Plymouth.
Brixham Coastguard received a Mayday distress call from the Torpoint ferry at 9.15pm last night reporting a man overboard near the ferry's slipway in Torpoint.
Police, the coastguard and the RNLI conducted an extensive search for the teenager after he failed to reappear. Police are appealing for information.
A special trip is taking place this morning to celebrate the rescue of Bristol's famous blue and yellow ferries. The Bristol Ferry Boat Company went into liquidation late last year after 35 years' but a group of local well wishers got together and raised the money to buy the boats.
The celebratory trip is due to leave Cascade Steps at 11.30 am.
Services on the passenger ferry between St Mawes and Falmouth have been suspended for the rest of the day.
The success of the Cross Harbour Ferry service in Bristol means the service no longer needs council tax payer support.
A new five-year contract has been awarded to Number Seven Boat Trips to operate the service.
The previous ferry contract, operated by the same company, was subsidised by Bristol City Council at a cost of £36,100 a year.
The Cross Harbour Ferry service operates on demand from the SS Great Britain to and from Capricorn Quay and the New Harbour Inlet. The service operates all year round.
Passenger figures have more than doubled during the duration of the last contract from 61,653 passengers carried in 2008 to 154,304 in 2011.
Service from Plymouth to Cawsands cancelled due to high seas
All sailings cancelled between St Mawes and Falmouth due to adverse weather conditions
There is no service on the St Mawes Passenger Ferry between St Mawes and Falmouth due to serious weather conditions.
All sailings of the Fowey to Mevagissey Ferry are cancelled today due to forecast sea conditions.
On the ferries, there are 15 minute delays on the Torpoint service between Devonport and Cornwall. Only two ferries are running.