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Update : the owner has been reunited with the kayak. Thanks to all who helped spread the word. The gent had apparently been out at Britannia Bay on 20 Feb and had been assisted to shore by one of our crew from Mykonos.Original story:NSRI has just been sent this photograph – do you recognise the craft ?It was apparently found washed up on the beach at Kleinsee (West Coast) early last week and appears to be in good condition.We urge all paddlers to stencil a contact number on their craft. Being able to reach the owner means that someone can immediately call and check if you are safe – and we can return the craft to you.If you have any information please call Samuel Maree of the South Africa Maritime Mobile Net (SAMMNET) on 083 676 1606IMG-20160325-WA0000
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