A person was rescued from the River Tay in Dundee after a boat capsized.
Crews from RNLI Broughty Ferry were called at 12.35pm on Saturday to reports of a capsized hydrofoil – a boat where the hull is lifted clear of the water by water wings.
Both the all-weather lifeboat (ALB) and the inshore lifeboat (ILB) attended and found one person on board the capsized vessel not far from the Tay Bridge.
The Wormit Boating Club safety boat also attended.
The ALB returned to base and the ILB stood by as the safety boat took the passenger back to shore.
Several emergency vehicles could be seen parked around the lifeboat house in Fisher Street as the rescue unfolded.
There were no injuries reported and it is not believed the passenger required hospital treatment.
The incident was officially concluded at 2pm.