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 almost 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
That’s me in the sling

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