Our Boatshed at Station 23 Wilderness

NSRI rescue stations serve not only as storage areas for assets, boats and equipment and control stations for operations, they are also family spaces where we encourage the involvement of spouses and children, outside of operations, to ensure that volunteer time is sustained and that families are not denied time with their loved ones. We believe this is an


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Ladies tees on sale for Women’s Month

Our clothing kiosk in the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town is running a sale until the end of August.  You can now also buy online. All ladies V-Neck T-shirts in navy, grey melange and white are on sale while stocks last. Short sleeve T-shirts: Was R220 now R170 Long sleeve T-shirts: Was R260 now R200  


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Your swipes have raised R1.5 million rand

This is the power of a swipe ! Each time you swipe your MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet card at a participating outlet – that store will donate to Sea Rescue. Each person makes a contribution and the combined effort helps keep us afloat. Get your MySchool card today. It costs you nothing. It is the store that donates


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Rescues: National

CAPE ST FRANCIS: At 15h10, Friday, 10th August, NSRI St Francis Bay duty crew were activated following reports of a kite-surfer in difficulty off-shore of Cape St Francis. The sea rescue craft Spirit of St Francis II was launched and on arrival on the scene, the kite-boarder, a local man aged in his early 50’s was found


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The Spirit of DHL

We have been brand partners with DHL for the past 5 years and we have a few things in common.  Red and yellow.  Connecting people.  Getting things done quickly.  Taking care with precious cargo.  Making the world a better place. DHL have been incredibly generous and, more importantly, they make a point of being personally


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Thank you africade Productions

Thanks very much to Xolani Manyisane of africade Productions who kindly delivered three enormous boxes full of lifejackets which they donated to NSRI following a film shoot. These will be used in our Drowning Prevention projects in communities.


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