The tourist boats were carrying more than 130 people, mostly Chinese and European, when they came across rough seas.
At least seven people are missing after two tourist boats capsized in the popular resort of Phuket in Thailand, police have said.
The boats were carrying more than 130 people when they came across rough seas on Thursday evening.
One of the vessels – reportedly returning to Phuket from Koh Racha – was carrying 90 passengers when it overturned.
They are said to have been a group of Chinese tourists.
Local police commander Teerapol Tipcharoen said that at least seven people were unaccounted for, but the rescue operation is ongoing.
In a separate incident in the same area, another boat carrying 39 people – reportedly Chinese and European tourists – also capsized.
They have been all been returned to land via large rubber life-rafts.