Man's body found in Cleddau Estuary, Pembrokeshire
A man's body has been found in the Cleddau Estuary in Pembrokeshire, a mile from Pembroke Dock.
The alert was raised by a kayaker who asked for help from a passing yacht at around 11:30 BST on Sunday.
Milford Haven coastguard said a port authority vessel, Angle RNLI's all-weather lifeboat and a police boat were involved in recovering the body.
Dyfed-Powys Police said the death was being treated as "unexplained" and inquiries were continuing.
A Milford Haven coastguard officer said accounts suggested the body did not appear to be "maritime related".
She said: "We had a call from a yacht saying a kayaker had come across something and was asking for assistance.
"The Milford Haven Port Authority vessel was the first on the scene to assess the response.
"Fortunately, the Dyfed-Powys Police rib [rigid-hulled inflatable boat] was just putting in the water at Neyland, so we tasked them to go along as well."
The body was taken by the lifeboat crew to Neyland, she said.