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In a number of recent rescues our crews struggled to find people in rough seas. We are asking water users to help us. Please wear bright clothing #BeBright, carry flare's, have a cell phone in a waterproof bag and use a GPS based tracking app such as RSASafeTrx. Put reflective tape on your craft - or paint it a bright colour.Help us to take the search out of Search and Rescue. Wear bright colours.Thank you to Ogilvy & Mather Cape Town, and to all who donated their time to make the awareness campaign below.Click on the audio below to play the recording. Help NSRI to help you. #BeBright.[audio mp3=''][/audio] Be Bright
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