Donate Call for Help Now Find a Base


087 094 9774
Sea Rescue has a vision to establish rescue bases around the coast and on inland dams. When setting up new rescue bases we take a long-term view and, to ensure that our efforts are sustainable, we first gather a group of willing and able volunteers and train them.Welcome to Johan, Quentin and Schalk who will lead as Station Commanders at their rescue bases. St Lucia and Kleinmond are brand new bases and are not yet operational. The volunteers have begun training to ensure that they are ready and equipped for season. In Ballito, the Specialised Rescue Unit has been successfully operating for many years. They have an established rescue crew and are respected in the field. They have chosen to join NSRI and will operate as NSRI Station 41; we look forward to working together with them.
Next Article

Melkbosstrand and Richards Bay

Read More

You may also like

FC78 C124 B780 4716 8 B03 67233 DC3313 F
RESCUE  | Published: 28 June 2022

Plettenberg Bay – Fatal shark incident

NSRI Plettenberg Bay duty crew were activated following eye-witness reports of a shark incident involving a swimmer at Sanctuary Beach, on the Robberg side of Robberg 5, Plettenberg Bay. ...

Station 23 Wilderness 02
RESCUES  | Published: 28 June 2022

Incidents at Swart River and at Karatara

NSRI Wilderness duty crew were alerted to reports of a truck that left the roadway at a low lying bridge on the Karatara River, Karatara Road, Karatara, inland of Sedgefield, with the truck reportedly trapped in rapid flowing water. AND ...

STATION 10 Simonstown
RESCUES  | Published: 27 June 2022

Cape Point – Fishing vessel capsizes:

At 04h44, Sunday, 26 June, NSRI EOC (Emergency Operations Centre) were alerted by Telkom Maritime Radio Services and by MRCC (Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre) of a Saldanha Bay 24 meter fishing vessel capsized and that there were casualties in the ...