The team was called out just before 11am to assist Eyemouth Coastguards and St Abbs Lifeboat with a medical incident at St Abbs Harbour involving a diver.
When the team arrived, the individual was already in the care of the Scottish Ambulance Service.
They were then diverted to an emergency in Eyemouth, also involving a diver.
When they arrived the diver was safe and well on shore, and was being assessed by a paramedic from RNLI Eyemouth Lifeboat.
After confirming the second casualty didn’t need their assistance, the team was immediately ordered to return to the original incident where they set-up a helicopter landing site at Coldingham.
The first diver was assessed by a Doctor led team from the Scotland Charity Air Ambulance.
Berwick Coastguard Rescue Team secured the area and diverted people away from the landing site before the helicopter departed.