Injured man assisted, Simons Town

Darren Zimmerman, NSRI Simons Town station commander, said: At 12h13, Thursday, 27 August, NSRI crew, conducting maintenance to the new NSRI Simons Town sea rescue station, were alerted by members of False Bay Yacht Club (FBYC) to a man injured while working on a yacht that was on the hard at Simons Town harbour. NSRI

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WOMEN’S MONTH: NSRI Station 37, Jeffrey’s Bay runs on Girl Power!

CAPTION (left to right): NSRI Station Commander for Jeffrey’s Bay, Michael van der Berg, standing alongside seven of the stations 13 women volunteers, Margaretha Burger; Yvette Jacobsz; Elaine Schmidt; Jolene Coetzer; Siphokule Silani; Lena Paturaux; and Deyanah Essop

The National Sea Rescue Institute’s Station 37, Jeffrey’s Bay runs on Girl Power! The Station has one of the largest female contingents across South Africa and the 13 women, ranging in age from 15 to 66, are part of a strong family bond at the base which serves to protect the world famous surf line

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A teenager has been saved by a lifeguard and an NSRI pink rescue buoy contributed in the rescue at Herolds Bay

Lifeguard Tristin de Swardt (20) with the NSRI Pink Rescue Buoy

A local lifeguard has saved a teenager who was swept away by rip currents at Herolds Bay. An NSRI pink rescue buoy contributed in the rescue. Garth Dominy, NSRI Wilderness station commander, said: At 15h53, Tuesday, 25 August, NSRI Wilderness duty crew were activated following reports of a teenager being swept out to sea at Herolds Bay. Our

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