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On Saturday the 18th of April our volunteer crew from Table Bay had the privilege of taking youngsters from the Reach for a Dream project out on the rescue boat Spirit of Vodacom. They were taken for a short harbour cruise and shown around the boat and how some of the equipment worked and what we used it for. They thoroughly enjoyed themselves.IMG-20150418-WA0004IMG-20150418-WA0011IMG-20150418-WA0015IMG-20150418-WA0005
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