Maritime Nets, need the frequencies

Maritime Nets, need the frequencies

Post by Alan Lomba » Tue, 20 Aug 1996 04:00:00

Can anyone help me find the various nets that are used by sailors cruising
around the East coast of North America (or anywhere else for that matter).
Thanks in advance.

 
 
 

Maritime Nets, need the frequencies

Post by Clay Irvi » Tue, 20 Aug 1996 04:00:00



Quote:>Can anyone help me find the various nets that are used by sailors cruising
>around the East coast of North America (or anywhere else for that matter).
>Thanks in advance.

Check:

  Scanning Reference/Maritime Frequencies
  http://www.panix.com/~clay/scanning/frequencies/maritime.shtml

--
Clay Irving N2VKG

http://www.panix.com/~clay/

 
 
 

Maritime Nets, need the frequencies

Post by Perry Ba » Tue, 20 Aug 1996 04:00:00

Alan,   I find Herb's Maritime WX Net makes for interesting monitoring.
Early evenings  5-7 pm EDT on 12359.  I found it particularly interesting
as Hurricane Bertha was approaching the SE coast.

Perry

 
 
 

Maritime Nets, need the frequencies

Post by Dave O. Campbe » Wed, 21 Aug 1996 04:00:00

I have a net called "Maritime Mobile Service Net" operating at 14.300, or 14.310
on week-ends.  They seem to be working vessels in the western Atlantic
primarily.....am unsure of it's legitimacy however, due to comments by other
operators on or near these frequencies.

73's
D.C./ KF2QF
EEV, Inc.  Voice number 914-592-6050

 
 
 

Maritime Nets, need the frequencies

Post by Peter Costel » Sat, 24 Aug 1996 04:00:00


: I have a net called "Maritime Mobile Service Net" operating at 14.300, or 14.310
: on week-ends.  They seem to be working vessels in the western Atlantic
: primarily.....am unsure of it's legitimacy however, due to comments by other
: operators on or near these frequencies.

: 73's
: D.C./ KF2QF
: EEV, Inc.  Voice number 914-592-6050

--

   Try also 14.313 as an alternate to 14.300, but, there are quite a few
strange characters that also hang out there at times.

   I also found a "Westward Ho" net working ships in the South Pacific
regions at about 0000 UTC on or about 8114, 8110, or 8101 kHz. The
net often requests an event of the day which is very interesting.

   Pete Costello

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