A behind-the-scenes picture from the production set of Starz TV series "Outlander." Facebook/ Outlander

Jamie and Claire are ready to set sail to the Caribbean in “Outlander” season 3. The cast and crew filmed their last scene involving Scotland, but this doesn’t mean they will be leaving the country yet. There was also considerable tension on the set, with a lady in need of a real life rescue.

Filming took place at the Dunure harbor recently. According to a report by Outlander TV News, Sam Heughan (Jamie) has confirmed that this was the last day of the filming of Scotland scenes. Filming will continue in the country at the moment, but it will mostly be interior shoots or scenes that will be depicting some other country.

Jamie and Claire (Caitriona Balfe) will be travelling to the Caribbean on the show. And the scene filmed at the harbor appears to be that of the two characters making preparations to go on a sea voyage to the exotic new location.

The cast and crew were initially making plans to travel to South Africa sometime in May to shoot the Caribbean scenes. The country has the necessary infrastructure like ships, which the team can use. However, it seems the “Outlander” season 3 filming will shift base as early as March.

The episode in which Jamie and Claire get on board a ship to travel to Jamica was shot by Director Norma Bailey. Both Heughan and Balfe were photographed on the set in their new costumes. There are also pictures of the two actors filming scenes together.

A large group of fans had gathered on the set to watch the cast and crew in action. Heughan and Balfe also took the time to interact with the fans, and click selfies with them.

There were a lot of extras on the set too. With extras dressed as local villagers to Redcoats, the location was quickly transformed back in time to 1740s. The production crew had also constructed several wooden structures to depict houses and stores at the harbor.

Things took a dramatic turn when a 29-year-old woman fell close to Dunure Castle. The coastguard team and the ambulance could not reach her due to the terrain, and it was the crew members of the popular Starz TV series who offered to help, Daily Record reports.

The woman was later taken to Ayr Hospital in an ambulance. An ambulance spokesperson expressed his gratitude for the “Outlander” season 3 crew members for their “quick thinking” and help.