Tom Coetzee, NSRI Kommetjie acting station commander, said:
“On Wednesday 29 Sep at 10h08 NSRI Kommetjie volunteer duty crew were activated following reports of a boat capsized at Boneyard, off-shore of Kommetjie, and reportedly 3 persons in the water.
“Our NSRI volunteer duty crew launched our DISCOVERY rescue runner and on arrival on-scene it was found that all 3 adult males, all locals, aged in their late 20’s and early 30’s, had managed to get to shore without assistance and they required no medical assistance as they were not injured.
“We recovered our sea rescue craft and went to the scene by road in our sea rescue vehicle to assist the 3 men to recover their boat onto their trailer and once their boat was recovered they required no further assistance.
“Their boat was capsized by a wave and witnessed by a bystander on shore who raised the alarm.”