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26 Jan 2023 at 10:00 UTC – 3Y0J
Team Member Adrian KO8SCA reported that Marama is now 780 nautical miles from Bouvet Island. If they maintain their current speed of 8 mph they will arrive at Bouvet in four days time.
As the team approach Bouvet, you may wish to familiarize yourselves with a few links that will be important as the Dxpedition progresses;
Hello budding Dxpeditioner’s Have you ever wondered what DX-peditioning is all about?
Would you like to dip your toe in the water without a full-on commitment?
Would you like to join a DX-pedition but are unsure of how to get on the invitation list?
Do you want to experience being on the business end of the pileup and build DXing skills?
A DX-pedition is a great way to improve your operating skills as well.
Well, the Norfolk Island DX-pedition Bootcamp might be for you.
Experienced DX-peditioners will be on Norfolk Island for 12-14 days in the second half of March 2023 (est 15-28 March – NOTE: dates subject to fine tuning) . The format of the event will be hands-on, with some presentations and a Bootcamp dinner (or two). Most importantly, you’ll get hands-on experience in a safe, friendly environment. Read more on the website here:
I am pleased to announce that I have been appointed QSL Manager for Sands VK9WX, currently working on Willis Island for the Bureau of Meteorology.
Logs are now available on M0OXO OQRS for Coke (Jorge) CE3QY from Santiago in Chile, South America.
Qsl Cards will be available early in the New Year and OQRS is now open for requests.