> Thanks for info. I'm a broadcaster who will be on a cruise
> next month and, of course, I have to take along my handy,
> dandy receiver. I couldn't take my amateur radio HF or
> handheld stuff on the ship, so I have to have something else
> to do besides eat. Just curious about what signals are out
> there. You folks have been a great help. LK
When we went on a cruise a few years ago, I brought along
a small radio.
Not for DX, but to listen to the locals.
I find that more interesting than drinking, gambling,
or going to a stage show.
I am in a very small minority, I found out.
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