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Looking for amature SSB maritime mobile net that meets daily for Caribbean. Dave.
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You can find the complete list at WWW.ARRL.COM.
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Dave, the freqs, times and even the net names change from time to time, but here''s an article I wrote on the weather nets in the Caribbean that you may find helpful.

http://www.southwindssailing.com/articles/0205/weathernet.html

I''m told Alex''s Net is no more; he & his wife were robbed twice in Margarita, threw in the towel and moved back to Europe.

Weather seems to be the main driver for nets there. You''ll also find VHF Nets operating in some of the crossroads anchorages along the way, and they can be helpful. But it''s funny how some smaller places have nets (e.g. Luperon, DR) while larger gaggles of yachties don''t (e.g. St. Thomas).

Jack
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The ARRL website is arrl.org, NOT arrl.com.
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Peter K., K8OUA
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