They were trapped on rocks completely surrounded by water due to the incoming tide and unable to get back to the promenade.
The 294m vessel loaded with containers and listing to starboard away from the river berth
The signal was reportedly being transmitted from the Bagillt Bank area on the west side of the River Dee.
The rescue was captured on video by the RNLI
Wirral Coastguard and Hoylake RNLI rushed to a man and his two dogs that were stranded after being cut off by the tide.
A yacht had been spotted in the darkness by a passing ship just south of the Liverpool Bar light float at the mouth of the River Mersey.
The dogs had reportedly been missing since the evening of New Year’s Day and had spent the night lost on the beach.
This video footage shows the moment a woman and her dog were rescued after becoming surround by fast rising water.
This is the dramatic moment Hoylake RNLI rescued a man knee deep in mud in a Wirral beach.
Wirral rescue teams rushed to reports of people cut off by the incoming tide on a sandbank on Leasowe Bay.