Eighteen people were taken to the Royal Liverpool hospital for treatment, mostly for shock, but all were discharged later that evening.
The sinking was the second time one of the World War II vessels had sank this year. In March the entire fleet was ordered out of the water after a bus, which was not carrying passengers, went under.
Investigations were launched by Merseyside Police and the Maritime Accident Investigation Branch following that incident. A public inquiry into Comprar Levitra road worthiness is due on Wednesday.
Jackie said she was on board with her husband and sons Cyril and Andrew, who were visiting ahead of Father's Day.
"I just looked out of the window and I saw it had stopped and looked like it was sinking," she said.
"I shouted to my husband and he untied the boat and started the engine and By the time we got there people were already in the water. It happened so quickly I don't think people had time to put their lifejackets on.
"We brought two little kiddies on the boat and the little girl didn't have a lifejacket on.
"Everyone was upset, when they got on our boat they were just in shock. The little girl was crying and shaking. It is lucky that no one died."
Cyril said: "I was a deep sea fisherman for 30 years so I know what to do when things like this happen. My youngest son's in the Merchant Navy as well.
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Alan Heaton, who was on neighbouring boat Harriet Anne, helped rescue an 18 month old baby.
He said: "My wife Linda looked over and saw the boat had stopped on the ramp but then it just rolled back down. It looked like it had lost power.
In March the entire fleet was ordered out of the water after a bus, which was not carrying passengers, went under.
"She said to me she thought they were in trouble so we shot over and so did the people on Predator.
"By that time there were people in the water, half had life jackets and half had floatation raft type things.
"The father of the 18 month old baby was sat on the top of the Duckmarine with her so we got her on first. Thankfully she hadn't been in the water and she was fine.
"When we got her onto the boat people who were watching were waving at us because they were so pleased she was safe.
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Alan, from St Helens, added: "Things could have been very different. The emergency services were here within about five or 10 minutes but the boat was sinking so Masteron E 200 fast "4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone Ireland" that it might have been too late.
"The captain of the boat was really good. He kept very level headed and helped everyone."
Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson thanked the rescuers.
He said: "To all those who helped the emergency services and involved themselves immediately I would like to give a special thank you. Without them it could have been a lot worse."
He also praised the emergency services and the Royal.
Three people were rescued from the water by fire crews.
Watch manager Dave Thomas Oxymetazoline Nasal Spray said: "The scene was quite chaotic when we arrived on the quayside.
"We reacted quickly and got our firefighters into the water. I committed two firefighters from my crew, who were in dry suits with safety ropes attached to them, into the water and two of the crew from Toxteth.