It was a busy weekend for lifeboat staff across the region, with crews being launched to three separate incidents.
Crews from Broughty Ferry Lifeboat Station were called into action twice in the space of three hours on Saturday.
The first incident saw the team called out after a jet skier got into difficulties in the Tay estuary.
It is understood the driver of the jet ski was able to swim to shore.
Lifeboat crews were able to tow the jet ski back to the north bank.
The crew was then called into action less than three hours later after a member of the public reported concerns for a canoeist.
However, the crew attended and found that the person involved was not in trouble.
Further north, a lifeboat crew from Montrose went into action after a receiving a report of a broken down fishing boat 30 nautical miles off the coast.
Montrose lifeboat towed the vessel back to shore and confirmed there were no casualties.
It comes after emergency services were called out last week following concerns for a man in the water.
Lifeboat crews rushed to Riverside Drive near Discovery Point shortly after 8pm after the 35-year-old was spotted.
Emergency services attended and the man was subsequently taken to Ninewells Hospital.