Three people have been rescued from a Devon estuary suffering from hypothermia after their boat capsized.
The 17ft (5.2m) day boat overturned off Newfoundland Cove, near Dartmouth, at about 1300 BST, the RNLI said.
A Dartmouth Harbour Patrol vessel picked up those on-board and took them to the Royal Dartmouth Yacht Club.
They were treated by two ambulance crews at the yacht club and their conditions are not believed to be life-threatening.
The RNLI inshore lifeboat righted the semi-submerged boat, owned by a man in his 70s who was one of three people rescued, the rescue charity said.
It was then towed back to Dartmouth.