A man and woman had to be rescued by lifeboat from a notorious cut-off point at Saltburn, after they were trapped by the rising tide.
The man, from Darlington, and his sister, who was visiting from Canada, became trapped by the rapidly incoming tide at the base of Huntcliff on Monday August 21.
The alarm was raised at 1.50pm and the Redcar RNLI inshore lifeboat reached the scene at 2.10pm.
A crew member waded ashore and guided first the woman, and then the man, over rocks to the waiting lifeboat.
Once on board the lifeboat they were carried to the Ship Inn slipway at Saltburn where they were placed into the care of coastguard rescue teams from Redcar, Skinningrove and Staithes.
An RNLI lifeguard who had made his way to the scene on a paddleboard returned to shore unaided.