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You will need an understanding of what frequencies people are actually listening in on and communicating on. For the Pacific get familiar with the Pacific Seafarers Net.

I'll try and find a link for you on the current nets that you maybe able to communicate on from Hawaii.
 

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While the USCG and other agencies may not be monitoring specific frequencies, other ships carry on communications on a variety of frequencies. Casey- next time you are out in a quiet anchorage listen in on 4 Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, then go up to 6 and 8 and 12. You will be surprised at all the chatter going on. If you tune in often enough, you will hear the same guys talking. Make contact, find out where they are, see how far your radio can receive and transmit. You might make some friends out there.....
 
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