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Summer 2015

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On 27 September I lay awake thinking about the 21 fishermen in the water late at night in a 40-knot southeaster and 6m swells and two very small rescue vessels battling to the scene on a huge ocean. Speaking to the two coxswains who responded, it is ... Read more


Further afield: A new airport and rescue base for St Helena Island
NSRIís training and development facilitator Graeme Harding spends some time on St Helena Island training up the islandís new sea rescue crew...

SafeTrx saves lives
Important safety information for you and your family during the holiday season, and details on SafeTrx, a vital tracking app for when youíre out on the water...

Mayday call from the FV Lincoln
Hermanus and Simonís Town NSRI race against time to answer the Lincolnís Mayday call...

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Visiting the US Coast Guard
With volunteering in her blood, coxswain Cherelle Leong canít resist a visit to the USCG on Staten Island in New York.

Making it happen
We chat to the Plettenberg Bay station fundraising committee and discover a dedicated team that leads by example.

Traversing the East Coast
A closer look at why South Africaís eastern coastline presents such a challenge for those on the water, and crews who assist them when necessary.

The mothers of invention
Why we have a number of women to thank for our safety at sea.

A rare find
We meet Melkbos crew member and forensic pathologist Belinda Speed.

Active loafing
Barnacles may appear to just lie around looking pretty, but thereís a lot going on beneath the surface.


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