Yesterday, Portaferry RNLI volunteer crew were requested to launch at 1225 to reports of a person in the water clinging to a small craft at Greyabbey Bay on Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland.
Greyabbey is a small village about 11 miles north of Portaferry on the eastern shore of the lough.
The crew launched in good conditions and headed towards the casualty position as given On approaching the lateral marks at Kircubbin, the coastguard advised the lifeboat to stand down as the person had self-recovered.
They returned to the station and subsequently were asked to launch again at 1430 but on arrival at the station were stood down by the Coastguard.
All those involved in the incidents are safe and well.