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frequencies / maritime frequencies
- Bermuda - Rescue Co-ordination Centre Bermuda and Bermuda Harbour Radio
Broadcast schedule and frequencies for Rescue Co-ordination Centre Bermuda and Bermuda Harbour Radio.
- Brunei - Brunei Bay Radio
Brunei Bay Radio provides HF radio and HF e-mail (SailMail) services for recreation vessels in Asia, the NW Pacific, and Indian Ocean using standard SSB marine radios and Pactor modems.
- California - Ventura County Marine Radio Frequencies
- Canadian Offshore Marine Broadcats
- Carnival Cruise Lines Frequencies
- Cruise Lines Operating in the US
Frequency list for cruise lines operating in the US.
- CruiseEmail Frequencies
CruiseEmail provides the solution for S.S.B. (single side band) radio communications for email service to boaters private and commercial with worldwide coverage.
- East Coast Ship to Shore Frequencies
- Florida - Port Canaveral Cruise Ship Frequencies
- Florida - South Florida Cruise Ship Frequencies
Miami cruise ship frequencies.
- Great Lakes Merchant Fleet Frequencies
- HF Marine Frequencies
USGC channels, simplex frequencies, and 2MHz marine SSB frequencies.
- Marine Low Power Frequencies
Marine low power frequencies used for ship and dockside operations.
- Marine Radio HF SSB ITU Channel Frequencies
International HF SSB Marine Radiotelephone Channels.
- Marine radio nets and frequencies on SSB, Ham, HF, and VHF for crusing yachts
Marine radio or 'maritime mobile' is the most effective means of communication at sea with ham, HF and SSB marine frequencies used for long range and VHF for contact up to about 20 miles. Marine radio nets are set up all over the world to handle and co-ordinate this traffic from vessels sailing the oceans. It is important for cruising yachts to know these net frequencies and times so as to pass messages, log positions, receive weather information, etc. This list provides a few important ones below for circumnavigating cruisers.
- Marine VHF channel frequencies and usage
- MarineNet Frequencies
Email (Pactor) frequencies and SSB voice frequencies.
- Maritime Frequencies
- Maritime mobile Access & Retrieval System (MARS)
A database retrieval system, developed by the International Telecommunication Union. This system allows the Maritime Community to consult the current contents of the master ITU Ship database. The main ITU database is updated daily by information notified by Adminsitrations and the MARS database is reviewed on a weekly basis.
- Maritime Safety Information Broadcasts
The International Maritime Organization has designated NAVTEX as the primary means for transmitting coastal urgent marine safety information to ships worldwide. In the United States, NAVTEX is broadcast from Coast Guard facilities in Boston, Portsmouth VA, Miami FL, New Orleans LA, San Juan PR, Cambria CA, San Francisco CA, Astoria OR, Kodiak AK, Adak AK, Honolulu HI, and Guam.
- New York - Long Island Area Marine Frequencies
- Oregon - Coast Guard Frequencies
- Princess Cruise Lines Frequencies
Email services for yachts via marine HF SSB radio.
- Ship to Shore Frequencies
- U.S. Coast Gaurd HF Radio Facsimile Broadcast Schedule
Weather charts and ice charts are broadcast over scheduled HF facsimile frequencies from Coast Guard Communications Stations.
- U.S. VHF Marine Radio Channels and Frequencies
- US Coast Guard Telecommunications Services
A launching point for a lot of information about Coast Guard communications services.
- USCG Frequencies
United States Coast Guard VHF and UHF frequencies.
- VHF Marine Frequency Allocations
US, Canada, and International marine frequency allocations transcribed from Standard Communications Owner's Manual.
- Winlink 2000
Winlink 2000 Utilizes enabling technologies and sound operating practices to provide a full-featured radio digital message transfer system, worldwide. Email transfer, position reporting, weather and bulletin services, and emergency communications are now available to the amateur radio community by linking radio to the Internet.
- Worldwide Marine Radiofacsimile Broadcast Schedules
- Yacht Communications SSB, Satellite, and VHF Frequencies
A comprehensive list of frequencies used worldwide by yachtsmen.
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