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General Information - The Braveheart is owned by Nigel Jolly, KC3HAE (General Class Amateur Radio Operator).  Neil and Nigel’s son Matt alternate voyages as the Captain. The Braveheart is based in Palmerston, North Island New Zealand and they seem to be willing to go anywhere!            http://www.braveheart.pn/

BRAVEHEART   is operated by:
Stoney Creek Shipping Co. Ltd.
PO BOX 1236
Palmerston North
New Zealand

Contact:
Nigel Jolly   owner
Phone  0064274420381 mobile
njolly@ihug.co.nz

About obtain amateur radio license - Nigel R. Jolly, Owner of the BraveHeart studies with VP8STI/VP8SGI crew (David - K3LP, Paul - N6PSE and Dave - WD5COV) provided workbooks and ham related materials, and passes FCC General Class License - Welcome KC3HAE. His future vanity call sign NJ3BH or K3NRJ was submit and pending with the FCC.

In the featured photo, Nigel took 35 minutes of his time to talk with and answer numerous questions from Qty 32 4th Grade Students at Dorothy Grant Elementary School (K6DGE) in Fontana, CA at sea leaving S. Sandwich Islands via SatPhone. Fantastic!!!!!!! Here are additional photos from the Jan. 9-Feb. 23, 2016 VP8STI/VP8SGI DX-pedition:

About the RV Braveheart - The RV Braveheart has been the subject of intense interest lately with her recent voyages to South Sandwich and South Georgia and soon to be underway to Heard Island. I thought my readers might find it interesting to learn a little bit more about this ship and her amazingly dedicated crew.

The Braveheart was constructed in Japan for the Japanese Government as a fisheries research vessel. She is 39 meters in length and has an all steel hull. The Braveheart has a massive 1200 HP Niigata engine and a single screw (propeller).

The Braveheart carries a crew of six and twelve passengers. She also carries two smaller boats, a jet boat and a rigid inflatable boat (RIB).

The Braveheart has a crane on the rear deck and a second crane on the second deck. She is a working boat, built not for comfort or speed but for getting there and back. Safety is the most important concept on the Braveheart.

 

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