Ships with Amateur Radio in the Antarctic



Icebreaker Polar Star
in the Ross sea
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The Royal Research
Ship James Clark Ross
in Antarctica
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VE3HBF/MM
on board Russian
ship--Akademic Ioffe Vessel
Antarctica
63.15S 58.50W
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RW1AI/mm
on board Russian
ship--Akademic Federov
Antarctica
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UA1PAC/mm
on board Russian
ship--Akademic Federov
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VP8DII
on board Bark
Europa
Antarctica
at Trinity Island
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VP8DJK
on board Bark
Europa
Antarctica
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XR9A/MM
on board M/V
Dap Mares
Antarctica
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UA0ZDA/MM
on board
MV Lyubov Orlova
Antarctica
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UA0ZDA/MM
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FT5WL/MM and FT5XP/MM
on board
Ile de la Reunion
sub-Antarctic seas
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FT5WQ/MM
on board
Ile de la Reunion 2010
sub-Antarctic seas
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The Royal Research
Ship James Clark Ross
in Antarctica
new QSL
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National Geographic Explorer
at Palmer Station


Sea Explorer
near Antarctic Penninsula


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