Iqualuit Coast Guard Radio – VFF
Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada
12,577 Khz DSC
Full-data letter, mouse pad, poster and assorted other info in 70 days for English language report, post card along with return postage, address label and envelope (non used). v/s Jean-Pierre Lehnert, Officer in Charge.
Marine Communication and Traffic Services
P.O. Box 189
Iqaluit, NU X0A 0H0
Icebreaker CCGS Louis S. St. Laurent poster:
Marine Communications in the Arctic Info folder:
Join the Team!
Dutch Caribbean Coast Guard PJC
Parera Naval Base
2182.5 kHz DSC
No-data paper QSL card along with verie statement on my original report in 68 days for English language report, postcard, mint stamps, address label and envelope, none used. No v/s.
Address on envelope:
Naval Base Parera
Augusta Radio, IQA
DSC Call Report:
Full-data paper card and copy of the DSC Call Report via Palermo Radio in 38 days for English report, mint stamps, envelope and address label (all used). V/s: Raimondo Mercadante
TIM Servizi Radiomarittimi
Centro Operativo Palermo Radio
Via Plauto 29
USCG COMMSTA Honolulu/NMO
Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Full-data QSL card in 4 weeks for English report and return postage (not used).
Keelung Radio, XSX
Port Keelung, Taiwan
4207.5 kHz – 3 kw
Full-data eQSL card in 15 days for email report to klgmdss [at] ms1.hinet.net.
USCG COMMSTA Boston/NMF
New style full-data QSL card in 2 weeks for English report and return postage. Too bad they don’t note the exact transmitter on this card. I would suggest anyone sending them reports to e sure and ask for the specific station reported to be underlines or otherwise noted.
WLO Marine Radio
Mobile, AL, USA
8414.5 kHz – 1 kw
Full-data eQSL in one week for English report, envelope and mint stamps (not used), v/s Mike Ramage.
77700 Rinla Ave.,
Mobile, AL 36619
Milford Haven Coastguard QSL
via Butt of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland
Full-data QSL letter in 12 days for English language report, souvenir postcard and mint stamps, envelope and address label (all used), v/s Simon Twitchen, Senior Maritime Operation Officer.
Butt of Lewis must be a nice transmitter site, I now have QSL’d Stornoway and Milford Haven Coast Guard via the Butt of Lewis MF transmitter, in addition to Belfast Coast Guard, normally via Tiree Island which was un-serviceable at the time.
Milford Haven CGOC
Falmouth Coastguard QSL
Isles of Scilly, Cornwall, UK
2,187.5 kHz – 250 watts
Partial-data letter, History of HM Coastguard and Weather Forecasts by NAVTEX booklets received in 10 days for English language report, souvenir postcard and mint stamps, envelope and address label, v/s Dave Searl, MCA Falmouth.