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The builders have started to work on site at what will be the new Kommetjie Sea Rescue base. Below are some pictures - taken today Tuesday 12 May - that can be downloaded for media use from the Sea Rescue Flickr page.An artists impression of what the base will look like. An artists impression of what the base will look like.The building of the Sea Rescue base at Kommetjie has started. The new public toilets will be on the left, the rescue base in the middle and the old toilets ( building on the right) are being demolished. The slip is around the corner. The building of the Sea Rescue base at Kommetjie has started. The new public toilets will be on the left, the rescue base in the middle and the old toilets ( building on the right) are being demolished. The slip is around the corner.Picture Andrew Ingram / Sea Rescue The old toilets will be demolished. Picture Andrew Ingram / Sea Rescue Foundations are being dug for the new Sea Rescue base. The slipway and channel at Kommetjie on a beautiful day. The slipway and channel at Kommetjie on a beautiful day - just around the corner from the base site.
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