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Autumn 2017
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Dr Cleeve Robertson (CEO)
The year 2017 is a special one for the NSRI as we celebrate 50 years of service to the world by a special breed of volunteer who dares to go out into a raging sea when everyone else is coming in. By now you have surely read our brief collection of sh... Read more
Sea Rescue Magazine
‘Stories of human endeavour and bravery’


A close shave
Allan Spies describes the eventful New Year’s Day that started out boating on the Kynsna Lagoon with family and friends, rescuing a man whose canoe had capsized and ending with Allan...

The heroes next to us
Andrew Ingram shares the stories of three people who risked their lives to try to save people caught in their vehicles in the devastating flooding of the N3 in Johannesburg...

Otto the turtle
After her rescue, a dehydrated and weak hawksbill turtle, names Otto after her rescuer, is rehabilitated at the Two Oceans Aquarium. Her journey was subsequently tracked...

Kids' club
We’ve introduced four fun pages for our young members, which feature news, games and lots of fun...

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Fire on the boat
When fire broke out on board the ferry Party Time on Hartbeespoort Dam one fateful day, crew and bystanders rallied to help.

Don't give up
Valuable lessons in water safety and dealing with rip currents make all the difference for a Plett mom and her daughter.

Stella's tale of survival
What happened after little sea dog Stella found herself alone on an unmanned boat.

A near encounter
When a paddler’s craft is destroyed by a 4m shark, it’s a race against time to get safely back to shore before it hits again.

'My worst nightmare'
A two-year-old is found floating in a swimming pool.

‘Onmoontlik bestaan nie’
Ekstreme swemmer Toni Enderli pak die derde van sewe langafstandoopwaterswemuitdagings aan met WaterWise as een van die begunstigdes.

The heart of Eden
Many of NSRI’s stations are situated in small coastal towns. We visit Witsand and her dedicated Sea Rescue crew.

Extreme ability
More about Dries Millard, adaptive surfing and empowering differently abled people to enjoy water-based activities.

How to stay safe near water.

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

A listing of Sea Rescue stations around the country.


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