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I getting ready to shove off (ha ha) on the cruise ship paridise
carvinal line.
Last year I took along my 2 meter ht, and had a good time.
This year I will bring along my scanner. I have about 10 freqs. but am
happy to scan any more that the group my have.
Most of the freqs I have are 400mhz. Any one have others?
peace
DW.
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I getting ready to shove off (ha ha) on the cruise ship paridise
carvinal line.
Last year I took along my 2 meter ht, and had a good time.
This year I will bring along my scanner. I have about 10 freqs. but am
happy to scan any more that the group my have.
Most of the freqs I have are 400mhz. Any one have others?
peace
DW.


Just remember that the Cruise Ship is likely a Foreign Flagged and
therefor under the Radio Regulations of that Country. Also, ANY
operation of a Transmitter while aboard is at the Discretion and
Authority of the ships Master.
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