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Photo taken during on June 1, 2008, by Beverly Yacht Club, Commodore R. Henry (Harry) Norweb III.  Thanks again for the nice photo Commodore!  The vessel I am operating is the Robert W. Cumming, named for a past BYC commodore.  She was built in 1989 by Olde Port Launch.  The vessel is 26 feet long, and capable of holding 27 passengers.  She is powered by a 44 horsepower Yanmar diesel engine, with a three bladed propeller at the end of the shaft.  The Cumming is my favorite of the two launches BYC runs, due to her awesome maneuverability, whether she is at maximum passenger capacity or empty. 

I have been licensed since May 9, 2003, under my orginal callsign of KB1JYE. My proudest moment, is when I obtained my late great-grand uncle's callsign of W1EAV on July 2, 2003.

I enjoy EchoLink and IRLP. I usually monitor the New England Reflector http://www.new-eng.com quite a bit on either the EchoLink conference 9123 or the IRLP reflector 9123. I am a sysop on 9123.

I am a member of the Town of Acushnet Emergency Management Agency  http://www.acushnetema.com WA1EMA, a member of the South Coastal Massachusetts Amatuer Radio Group http://www.scmarg.org W1SMA, and a member of the Southeastern Massachusetts Amateur Radio Association http://www.semara.org W1AEC. I am an appointed Assistant Harbormaster, for the Town of Marion http://www.marionma.gov/Pages/MarionMA_Harbormaster/index .

I am active in ARES, RACES, and SKYWARN.

Here are the following frequencies I generally monitor:

W1EAV Marion MA 147.540s PL 67.0 EchoLink (W1EAV-L) 45688, IRLP: 4568. Click here for my node status: http://status.irlp.net/IRLPnodedetail.php?nodeid=4568 & http://www.echolink.org/logins.jsp#link (W1EAV-L). The node site in Marion has great coverage, from the greater New Bedford area, to the upper part of Cape Cod, to Middleboro on I495. Anyone listening, please let me know how the coverage is by e-mailing me. The node radio is a Motorola Maxtrac putting out 20 watts, and for those who have MDC-1200 decodable radios, it will show on your screen as (ID: 4568), but I mainly use this feature as a courtesy tone to tell me what radio is transmitting. The antenna is almost eighty feet off the ground and considerbly high above sea level. The node system runs on a APC 1500VA BX1500LCD UPS for backup power with the amplfier offline to conserve power.   

W1SMA Fairhaven MA 145.490- PL 67.0 EchoLink: (W1SMA-R) 4611, IRLP: 4617.

Well I hope I get to hear you on the air. 73.

Chris, W1EAV

AOL AIM: Rampart W1EAV

EchoLink PC Node: 141268

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