QSO confirmation of PE2ENE

The radio station is operated on board of the sailing vessel sy-Gabber. sy-Gabber is Dutch desing by Aad de Lange with the name "Breewijd 31". Main characteristics: length 9.5m, beam 3.1m, draught 1.45m, 8ton displacement, cutter rig, semi long keel, S-curved and steel construction. Gabber was build in 1982 and traveled from The Netherlands to New Zeeland (1984) passing Panama canal. In 2001 the first owners completed the circumnavigation, rounding Cape of Good Hope. This returned Gabber to The Netherlands, where we became the new owners (2003). After travelling in Europe during the holidays for several years we gave Gabber its travel area back where it was build for.
The years to come we plan to travel from The Netherlands to: England, Spain, Portugal, Madeira, Marocco, Canary Islands, Gambia, Senegal, Guinee, Cape Verden, Brazil, Argentina, Brazil, Suriname, ....
Feel free to make contact when we are on air. Home frequencies: 7.095 Mhz, 14.275 Mhz. As we depend fully on solair energy please accept that our on air time is limited and navigational and weather information prevail above random QSO.

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Operation details:
  • Radio: ICOM 706 MK II G
  • Arial: longwire 12,5m (back stay) with ICOM AH-4
  • Power: usualy 40 Watt
  •     Link to last known location: Winlink position report for PE2ENE
        Link to travel route from start: All shiptrak records for PE2ENE
        Link to travel route last 365 days: Shiptrak records for PE2ENE
        Link to QSL card: QSL-card of PE2ENE