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Autumn 2016
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Dr Cleeve Robertson (CEO)
In constructing this message I acknowledge a friend in Hout Bay who asked me a difficult question, following a very busy summer season of rescues. It expressed his concern at the seemingly silly things people do that result in them being rescued! ... Read more
Sea Rescue Magazine
‘Stories of human endeavour and bravery’


 

Open-ocean rescue: The 227m Rossini rescues stricken yachtsmen
Finding two yachtsmen after their catamaran overturned was a near-impossible task, but one that the captain and crew of the Rossini were determined to do...


Training: Developing the next generation of volunteers
We take a closer look at the NSRI’s Junior Academy and the importance of nurturing young volunteers...


Waterwise: Empowering our kids to stay safe in the water
Meet the WaterWise educators who are delivering vital water-safety messages to children around the country...


Getaways: Cool coastal campsites
We suggest a few options for your next camping trip...

 
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The new PE Slipway
How clever engineering in the construction of Station 6’s new slipway is going to make life easier for crew and vessels alike.


Making an impact
Reducing the drowning statistics in South Africa is going to take a group effort. Andrew Ingram tells us why.


Adventures and optimism
When Greg Bertish sets off on his fundraising mission in his Little Optimist, he will be doing so having taken all the necessary safety precautions.


Taking stock
Angler Greg Pengelly has turned a favourite pastime into an exercise in valuable record-keeping, research and conservation.


True teamwork
NSRI Air Sea Rescue, the SAAF and Emergency Medical Services casevac an injured fisherman caught in a winch.


An unexpected adventure
A trip to Tanzania for crew member Cherelle Leong reveals a harsh and beautiful land, but one that is also full of surprises.


Water babies
While all cute and seemingly cuddly on the outside, we discover that sea otters are a rather notorious bunch.



LIFE BOAT CIRCLE
News from Sea Rescue’s retired supporters.


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


STATION DIRECTORY
A listing of Sea Rescue stations around the country



 

 
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