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Friday 18 May 2012A cheer went up from the crowds watching the Smit Amandla pull the Eihatsu Maru off Clifton's first beach at 15h42. After the line was connected shortly before high water it took just under two hours for the tug to pull the Eihatsu Maru off the beach inch by inch.Congratulations to the salvage team!
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