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NSRI CEO Dr Cleeve Robertson is on a grand tour of Sea Rescue stations chatting to the crews, getting ideas to improve Sea Rescue, listening to stories, looking at equipment and getting to know operating conditions at the different bases.So far Cleeve has visited Mossel Bay, Port Alfred, Shelly Beach, Port Edward and last night he was in Durban. From there he is on his way to Richards Bay and Port St John. Then he will be at the Port Elizabeth base opening on Saturday!“There is great Gees everywhere,” says Cleeve.Cleeve ( tucked away at the back) with the Durban crew last night. Cleeve ( tucked away at the back) with the Durban crew last night.
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