Sea Rescue

I am an eighteen year supporter
and ex-active duty crew member of
NSRI Station 21, St Francis Bay.

The NSRI (National Sea Rescue Institute) is the South African equivalent of the RNLI or USCG and is a non-profit organisation manned by more than 1000 unpaid volunteers, stationed along
South African coastal and inland waters
These people give of themselves when it counts most
– when your life is in the balance …
(I was personally rescued by the NSRI on the 22 of November 2015, 22h30 at night, off Cape Town …
but that’s a story for another day …)

Please support the NSRI, they support you!
Station 21 Heli-Ex with the Airforce

Picking up an injured crew member from the 150′ crayfishing boat ‘Helena Marie’

Station 21 ready for action

Helicopter exercise with the Airforce

Pre-flight briefing with the Airforce