Busy time for Swansea Coastguard
With sunny weather over the Bank Holiday there has been a big increase in seaside visitors.
But busier beaches has also meant an increase in incidents across the coast, for Swansea Coastguard to deal with.
They reported several rescues across the coastline, including a man who was rescued from a pleasure craft deemed not fit for purpose.
The Coastguard also assisted in the search for a number of missing children, as well as rescuing people who got stuck in the mud.
Swansea Coastguard Watch Manager Dai Jones said: "Today we would like to remind the public that when on board pleasure craft, or any type, it is essential to have up to date safety equipment on board. Check weather conditions and ensure your communications equipment is functioning properly and that you know your location at all times.
"When at the beach with children, ensure they are well supervised at all times; agree a meeting point in case people become disoriented. Also take advantage of wristband schemes for younger children.
"If you become stuck in the mud, try and spread your weight as much as possible. If you have a mobile, dial 999 and ask for the Coastguard."