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Atlantic SSB weather channels
Radio Net Frequencies & Schedules
Follows an incomplete listing of Maritime Mobile & SSB Radio Nets. Please forward any suggested Corrections and/or Additions, and I will edit this posting:
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Bahamas Weather Net: 7.096 MHz at 0720 EST
(sometimes on 3.696 Mhz depending on propagation)
Caribbean Cocktail and Weather Net: Virgin Islands-7.086 MHz +- QRM at 1645 AST
Caribbean Emergency and Weather Net: Trinidad-7.162 MHz at 0630 AST, 3.185 MHz at 1830 AST
Caribbean Hurricane Watch Net: 14.325 Mhz, 14.275 Mhz,
and on 14.175 MHz when needed.
Caribbean M/M Net: Virgin Islands-7.230 MHz - 7.240 MHz.at 1100 Zulu.
At 2045 Zulu (except Sundays), you can pick up the Cocktail and Weather Net, the afternoon version of this daily net.
Chubasco Net: Mexico West Coast-7.294 MHz at 1530 Zulu
Intercontinental Net: 14.300 Mhz -14.316 Mhz (changes often) at 1100 Zulu
Manana M/M Net: 14.340 MHz at 1200 PDT.
Covers the U.S. west coast to Hawaii
Maritime Emergency Net: 14.310 MHz.at 0400 Zulu and on 14.303 MHz.at 1800 Zulu
Maritime Mobile Net: 14.300-14.316 Mhz (changes often) after the Intercontinental Net and running until around 0200 Zulu
Mississauga Net: VE stations with relays. 14.121 MHz at 1245 Zulu.
Covers Europe, Med, Atlantic, Caribbean and Central America.
Mediterranean M/M Net: 7.085 MHz at 0700 Zulu
Northwest Caribbean Cruisers Net: 8.188 MHz at 1400 Zulu.
Covers from Mexico to San Andres Island, Colombia.
Pacific M/M Service Net: 21.402 MHz at 1500 PDT
Pacific Seafarers Net: 14.313 MHz at 0200 Zulu to 0325 Zulu
Panama Canal Connection Net: 8.107 MHz at 1330 Zulu.
Covers Pacific from Mexico to Galapagos, Atlantic from Belize to Colombia. / Emphasis on SW. Caribbean.
PST Baja California M/M Net: 7.238 MHz at 0800 PDT.
Covers coastal Baja & Calif.
Robby''s Net: Australia- 14.315 MHz at 1000 Zulu and again at 2300 Zulu.
Roy''s Net: Perth, W.A. - 14.320 MHz. at 1115 Zulu.
Gives wx. warnings & then covers boats in N & W Indian Ocean.
Then at 1130 Zulu, QSY''s to SA M/M net on 14.316 MHz.
S.A. M/M Net: South Africa- 14.316 MHz at 0630 Zulu and again at 1130 Zulu.
SE.Asia M/M Net: (Rowdy''s Breakfast Show), Phuket, Thailand. 14.320 MHz at 2400 Zulu
and on 7.085 MHz at 0030 Zulu.
Covers SE Asia.
South Atlantic Net: 21.325 MHz at 1130 Zulu.
Covers the South Atlantic.
Tony''s Net: Kenya-14.316MHz at 0500 Zulu.
Covers Indian Ocean & Red Sea.
Tony''s Net: New Zealand- ZL1ATE-14.315 MHz. +- QRM at 2100 Zulu.
Position reports from the South Pacific - Australia areas.
TransAtlantic Net: 21.400 MHz at 1300 Zulu.
Covers North Atlantic and Caribbean
U.K. M/M Net: 14.303+/-QRM MHz at 0800 and 1800 Zulu
Waterway Radio & Cruising Club (WRCC): 7.268 MHz at 0745 EST.
Covers U.S. east coast, Gulf of Mexico, Bahamas, and occasionally the extreme northern Caribbean.
Australian Hailing: 8173.0 MHz USB at 0900 AST.
BASRA Weather Net (Bahamas): 4.003 MHz USB at 0700 EST
Canadaian Net: 14121.0 MHz USB at 0845 AST.
Caribbean Hailing: 8104.0 MHz USB from 0745 to 0815 AST.
Caribbean/Bahamas Hailing: 8152.0 MHz USB from 2000 to 2100 AST.
Caribbean Safety & Security Net: 8104.0 MHz USB from 0815 to 0830 AST.
Cruisehiemers Net (Bahamas): 8152.0 MHz USB at 0930 AST.
German Net: 8140.0 MHz USB at 0900 AST.
Panama Connection: 8107.0 MHz USB at0930AST.
Russell Radio: New Zealand-covers from Bora Bora to Australia / 12.359 MHz at 0830 and 1630 (NZ time).
and on 12.353 MHz at 0915 and 1600 (NZ time).
VAX498 - SOUTH BOUND II COASTAL - Herb Hilgenberg (VE3LML, VP9LM)
South Bound II, Herb, provides a daily ship-routing/weather forecasting service, as a hobby, on marine HF/SSB frequency 12359.0, starting at 2000 UTC until 2200 UTC or until completion of traffic. 8294.0 and 16531.0 are used as alternate frequencies as announced from time to time, subject to propagation
Scandanavian Net: 8182.0 MHz USB at 0800 AST and 16534.0 at 0900 AST.
E.& O.E. (Draft copy July 13/03 - No revisions)
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Last edited by GordMay on 24-07-2003 at 15:08