A NSRI Rescue Boat tows a disabled Yacht in the Wild Coast region of South Africa. This boat is part of the NSRI station in Port St Johns.
The National Sea Rescue Institute is amongst the world’s oldest sea rescue organisations, and it carries out approximately 97% of all sea rescue operations on the Southern African coast. Sea Rescue relies solely on fully trained volunteers to keep South African waters safe.
· Date: Sun July 23, 2006 · Reference ID: /22006-06-17-21-52-25 · Views: 4036 ·