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Durban Life Boat circle members and friends were up really early this morning to watch the Queen Mary 2 sail past the Sea Rescue base. But QM2 was early and entered port at 4.55am ... and the LBC members arrived 5.15!
Never the less the photographic club members who were there got a few good photographs from Berea. Despite the disappointment the early rises enjoyed tea and coffee as dawn broke over the city.
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