The ASR unit is one of three helicopter units of the NSRI. The NSRI has 28 Coastal and 2 inshore National Sea Rescue Institute Bases. The NSRI ASR Unit supply highly trained crew to fulfill the Rescue Swimmer position for the SAAF. The ASR standard operating procedures and equipment are based on those of the US Coast Guard.Our Station’s Mission, along with the Mission of the National Sea Rescue Institute is To Save Lives on South African Waters It is however, a highly trained unit which specializes in large scale aerial rescues.
The NSRI is a non-profit organisation that saves lives on South African waters. Sea Rescue is run by 840 highly skilled volunteers who are on standby day and night throughout the year. Donations and sponsorships cover the annual running cost of R15m.
Station 8 is one of 30 Coastal and 2 inshore National Sea Rescue Institute Bases. Our Station’s Mission, along with the Mission of the National Sea Rescue Institute is To Save Lives on South African Waters
NSRI Simonstown Station 10 Station 10 is situated in Simon’s Town, South Africa, next to the False Bay Yacht Club. Our area of responsibility extends across False Bay from the Western side of the False Bay coast, out to approximately 40 nautical miles South of Cape Point. All NSRI stations are also on call for assistance in areas other than their own area of responsibility.
Provides news, class reunions and information for old boys of Bishops, Cape Town.
News and pictures from Plumstead High School, Cape Town, 1995 matriculants.
Rondebosch is a boys’ school comprising Little Bosch, Preparatory and High, based in the suburb of Rondebosch in Cape Town, South Africa.
Shark Spotters has proven to be an effective warning system in Cape Town with hundreds of shark sightings recorded. However, Shark Spotters is not 100% effective due to human error, weather and sea conditions. Entering the ocean is done so at the individuals own risk.