A waterlogged, listing tanker was towed to safety after being in collision with a cargo vessel, approximately four miles off Peterhead.
A single-handed yachtsman was airlifted to hospital after he became ill while sailing off the north coast of Wales.
Two people were airlifted from a yacht that ran aground in the Humber Estuary.
The sailor, who has been named as transatlantic sailor Philip Walwyn, was in the midst of his 17th cross Atlantic sail when tragedy struck.
Aberdeen Coastguard Operations Centre (CGOC) has become part of the new Coastguard national network.
UK coastal fatality figures released by the RNLI reveal that more than half of the casualities didn’t intend to enter the water
Firefighters the Coastguard and RNLI attended when a 35ft boat went up in flames on the River Frome.
Two people were airlifted to safety after their yacht began to take in water and also suffered engine failure, north of the windfarm between Skegness and the River Humber.
A single-handed sailor was rescued when his yacht ran aground in dense fog on rocks off the coast of Devon.
The owner of a fishing vessel has been fined £5,000 and ordered to pay costs of £4,536.18 after 'failing to keep a good lookout' and crashing into River Tyne breakwater.
Advice issued after Liverpool and Crosby Coastguard team was tasked following reports of a large seal on the beach at Formby
Milford Haven Coastguard Operations Centre (CGOC) is to become part of the new Coastguard national network for the first time.