The rubber boat landed at Kingsdown, near Dover, Kent with multiple people on board.
Stunned onlookers watched as people made it ashore and legged it off the boat.
The police were called and moments later Kent Police and immigration enforcement officers arrived on the scene in search of the group.
It is not sure if the people were apprehended or not but the authorities believe more boats crossed the Channel around the same time.
This led French and British authorities to clamp down on the crossing and remain active and vigilant.
On Friday, 200 migrants arrived on British shores in “absolute” mayhem that left authorities “overwhelmed”.
Priti Patel has vowed to change asylum laws to end the “utter farce” of migrants making the journey in small boats.
In a letter to MPs, she wrote: “I want to end this utter farce of small boats coming to the UK.
“I am therefore, doing everything legally and practically possible to find ways of making this route unviable.”
Clandestine Channel Threat Commander Dan O’Mahoney said he will do “whatever it takes” to stop criminal gangs exploiting migrants desperate to come to our country.
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