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Mainly operate as /mm, but when at sea and under sail its dificult and not advisable to transmit on UHF/VHF/HF amateur bands especially in the English channell due to high volume of shipping traffic.The times i can transmit is when i have a crew member to take the helm or when moored up.

Am a member of a very vibrant amateur radio club (CTARC) "Cape Town Amateur Radio Club" The oldest radio club in Cape Town South Africa.Home port is Sovereign Harbour on the South East coast of the UK which gives an easier run to Europe especially France which have very good port/mooring facilities but can be challenging on entry.   

The HF antenna (mounting bracket and ball connecter) was given to me by Andre ZS1AN other information was from ZS1KC Karl The antenna is a home made 3.5mtr vertical attached to the stern rail and in the locker below the antenna is the AH4 auto atu .The ground plane is from Kiss-Marine ssb as i did not want to intall a dyna plate Transceiver is Icom IC7000 for amateur radio use as i have dedicated HF/VHF equipment for marine use.

Am also on D Star and from time to time log into echo link my node number 835676,Obtained my then class B (ZR) licence in 1977 in Durban but did not persue the hobby for some time and let it lapse, much later was issued with ZS1DH and the UK call.

A few years ago on my visit back to Cape Town i met up with ZS1AN Andre,ZS1KC Karl,ZS1DDK David and ZS1DV Phil who ignited my enthusiasm for the hobby again. 73 de g4woe/zs1dh

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