Channel Z Radio
North American Pirate
Full-data eQSL in less than 24 hours for email report to channelzradio at gmail.
Thank you, thank you very much!
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South American Pirate
San Francisco, Chile
6925.13 kHz AM
Full-date eQSL in 7 days for email report to rcwradio at gmail. Needless to say my first Chilean pirate station heard and verified. Thank you, thank you very much!
South American Pirate
Buenos Aires, Argentina
6973 kHz AM
Full-data eQSL in a few hours for email report to luporadio [at] hotmail.com.
Voice of the Yetti QSL
6925v AM, 5 Jan 2018, 2237-2250 UTC
2237: Tom Petty – Learning to Fly
2238: Dire Straits – So Far Away
2242: On Top of the World
2243: Springsteen – Glory Days
2245: Springsteen – I’m On Fire
2246: Gabriel Gassli – Street Phone
Thank you, thank you very much.
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