Communications — Noonsite
08:15 local time for Marsh Harbour Abaco
Bahamas Weather (BASRA)
4003 kHz at 1100 UTC
6215 kHz at 1000 UTC (Uncontrolled 1000-1200).
Maritime Mobile Net
Run by Lou, call sign KV4JC, on 7241 kHz at 1100 UTC. At 1115 UTC weather forecast
from St. John (USVI). Following this report on 7086 kHz FAX, Slow Scan TV and other weather info etc.
Controller Dave. 8104 kHz at 1230-1300 UTC and 12362 kHz at 1300-1330 UTC. Comprehensive Weather for Caribbean region.
Caribbean SW Net
8107 kHZ at 1330 UTC. Weather and information Caribbean coast of Panama
Welcome to the Caribbean Safety and Security Net
An interactive high frequency radio
network of cruising yachts which meets each morning on SSB 8104.0 at 1215 UTC for the purpose of exchanging information with regard to safety
concerns while cruising in the Eastern Caribbean
. More info. at their website.
Marine Weather Center - Bahamas & Caribbean Marine Weather Services
Opening hours: Telephone Best times 10am-2pm EST (except Weds 10-1)
Custom weather reports for the Carribbean, Bahamas and Eastern Atlantic Ocean
via SSB, phone
or web. See website for more details.
Maritime Mobile Service
Maritime Mobile Service Network
The Maritime Mobile Service Net is operational every day from 12:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time, and from 12:00 p.m. until 10:00 Eastern Time during Daylight Savings, on a frequency of 14.300 MHz., in the 20-meter amateur band. The network also operates on the alternate frequency of 14.313 MHz. The Maritime Mobile Service Network immediately follows The Intercontinental Traffic Net. Coverage extends via relay stations to most of the Atlantic Ocean
Sea, the Caribbean Sea and the eastern Pacific Ocean
Salty Southeast Cruisers Net
Up-to-date information about cruising southeastern United States and the Bahamas.
Southbound II - Herb's Weather
South Bound II VAX498 - Ship routing and weather forecasting
12C (12359) kHz at 2000 UTC. Covering the N. Atlanic and the Caribbean. Limited coverage is available for the South Atlantic and the Eastern Pacific subject to HF propagation.