ROYAL National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) vessels have been launched more than 100 times in Northern Ireland over the summer period.
Enniskillen RNLI station was the busiest, launching 23 times on Lough Erne during June, July and August.
Bangor and Portrush lifeboats were launched 18 times each.
The summer total of 106 launches across Northern Ireland was a slight drop on last year’s total of 115.
Owen Medland, RNLI training divisional inspector said: “There have been some stories of incredible bravery and also some stories of devastating loss.
“In all cases our lifeboat volunteers have show extreme professionalism and commitment. Each and every callout is different and conditions, location, duration and activity can all vary.”