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Winter 2014
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Dr Cleeve Robertson (CEO)
Our swims in the Camps Bay tidal pool in the mornings tell me its winter and it takes more than a cup of coffee to resuscitate my toes afterwards! Waves pounding over the wall, yellow foam everywhere, howling northwester. And then I think about the f... Read more
Sea Rescue Magazine
‘Stories of human endeavour and bravery’


Mayday Call
When the fishing vessel Starfish began taking on water, her skipper sent out a Mayday call. The bulk carrier Navios responded to the call for help, after which Station 6 (PE) met the larger vessel...

In Safe Hands
When a German tourist and his wife needed help after an injury off Robberg, Plettenberg Bay crew executed a rescue from the sea...

Lighthouse Keeper For A Night
We take a look at the working lighthouses around the coast, and those that offer accommodation for a special weekend away...

No Time To Lose
Port Alfred teenager Jaco Rossouw acted quickly to save a family of three foreigners swept out by a strong rip current...

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Young Heroine
10-year old Yoelene Els saves her friend from imminent danger during a family outing.

Critical Outcome
Two critically injured anglers are treated and evacuated after a marlin crashed into their boat.

Back In Time
Andrew Ingram unearths some interesting facts about early rescues and rescue methods.

All Creatures Great And Small
From stranded dolphins to trapped whales, our crew doesn’t hesitate to assist.

To Dance With The Maasai
Andrew Aveley gets up close and personal with the Maasai and their traditions.

Family Matters
We meet the crew of Station 22 (Vaal Dam), and discover they’re part of a close-knit community.

Making A Difference
We chat to Debbie Smith, WaterWise Academy’s instructor in Port St Johns.

Masters Of Mimicry
Meet a magical species that knows a thing or two about making things disappear.

Salt Water In His Veins
Station 37 radio controller Kenyon Clegg is happy to have found his place by the sea.

Our adventure story The Brave Turtle and how to make an ecobrick.

A round-up of fundraising, crew and station news.

A listing of Sea Rescue stations around the country.


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