RNLI Jersey rescued two stranded swimmers on a 'busy weekend' for the lifeboat service.
Both RNLI lifeboat stations received multiple call-outs over the weekend.
On Thursday 12 September, the team was sent to tow a French motorboat near the Dog’s Nest back to St Helier.
They were called into action again on the morning of Sunday 15 September to help a speedboat which had broken down near Corbiere and was taking on water. The crew of the speedboat knew the boat was damaged and had no safety equipment onboard, with only a mobile phone to raise the alarm.
Later that afternoon, they investigated reports of a car over a cliff at Grosnez. However, working with the Jersey Fire and Rescue Service it was quickly established that the old car had been there for some time.
The same evening, the crew rescued two swimmers who were stranded on rocks at La Coupe Point by the currents and the high tide. Both were very cold and one required medication for a medical condition.
While all of the incidents were dealt with safely, RNLI's Lifeboat Operations Manager said some of the incidents had the potential to be much more serious.