[amsat-bb] Grid Expedition Eastern Canada
n8hm at arrl.net
Fri Aug 26 22:55:32 UTC 2016
For data integrity reasons, I strongly suggest you obtain a LoTW
certificate for C6AQD/MM with DXCC = 0. Otherwise QSOs you make will
be credited as being from the Bahamas.
In addition, with LoTW's verification procedures, any QSOs you make
from grids which are not within the geographical territory of the
Bahamas will not be able to be credited to other user's VUCC accounts.
On Fri, Aug 26, 2016 at 6:49 PM, Lee Ernstrom <lee.ernstrom at rcwilley.com> wrote:
> On October 1, 2016 my wife and I will be leaving New Your City aboard the
> Norwegian Gem on a seven day cruise to eastern Canada. Our ports will be
> Halifax (FN84) Saint John (FN65), Bar Harbor (FN54), Portland (FN43) and
> back to New Your City.
> I have no idea where we will be when SO-50 passes over but I will be on as
> many passes as I possibly can from whatever grid we are in at the time.
> I will be using the call sign C6AQD/MM but my Logbook of the World uploads
> will be just C6AQD.
> I understand that there are only about two cruises each fall to eastern
> Canada by the Gem, so if you are looking for it on the Norwegian website
> you will find it somewhere around the Bahamas right now.
> All QSOs will be uploaded to LOTW and QSLs will be available upon request.
> Just send me an email and I will send you a card. No need to send me a
> card or SASE.
> I hope we have good weather conditions and that I am able to fill in a new
> grid square for whoever is in need.
> Lee (Doc) Ernstrom
> Syracuse, Utah
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