NSRI urges public to be vigilant of high tides

The National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) says it remains on alert until the end of the festive season.

File: The NSRI is urging the public to be vigilant and avoid the coast, as the spring high tide South African shores are experiencing is bigger than normal because of the full moon.

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CAPE TOWN - National Sea Rescue Institute spokesperson Craig Lambinon said they have developed a tracking application that notifies family members and the institute of your exact location should you get lost at sea.

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The NSRI is urging the public to be careful and avoid the coast, as the spring high tide South African shores are experiencing is bigger than normal because of the full moon.

Spring low tides are also lower than normal.

A cold front is also expected to continue until Monday morning.

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eNCA