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  1. #16

    Re: Ausfish Members Call Sign & Radio Register

    Callsign: Serenity
    Channel 73 VHF

    Red/White 5m Stessco bowrider.

    Usual habitat: Southern Moreton Bay islands.

  2. #17

    Re: Ausfish Members Call Sign & Radio Register

    Hi all stevedemon

    Call sign GOT-YA

    Home Logan City
    fish from the Gold Coast to the Moreton Bay

    ch 91 27mgz will have V.H.F on soon

    Blue and White 5.3mtr Stebercraft 1/2 cab

    Assoc Member V.M.R Jacobs Well

    Cheers
    Steve

  3. #18

    Re: Ausfish Members Call Sign & Radio Register

    Call sign, Muzza 1 or Eagle 264 when I talk to the coastguard.

    Seafarer Vermont , white with blue trim

    27 meg, channel 88 & 90

    Home port , Ballina

  4. #19
    seafarer3
    Guest

    Re: Ausfish Members Call Sign & Radio Register

    Hey All,

    CALL SIGN - Auto Pilot

    Seafarer - Victory.....White with Dark Blue Stripe

    VHF - 82

    27 MEG - 88

    Home Port - Jacob's Well.....Launch Pad - Rudy Maars Marina

    Active Member - VMR Jacob's Well

    Associate Member - Coast Guard Wynum


    Regards
    Scott

  5. #20

    Re: Ausfish Members Call Sign & Radio Register

    Call Sign #CINDYLU or #SC 263 / (Sierra Charlie 263)
    The SC 263 is my Yeppoon Coastguard Supporters Club number

    VHF
    Channels 21, 73
    Bluefin Weekender 4.75

    Home area: Keppel Bay and Islands

    Joe

  6. #21
    Ausfish Addict Chimo's Avatar
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    Location
    Gold Coast

    Re: Ausfish Members Call Sign & Radio Register

    Chimo oops
    What could go wrong.......................

  7. #22
    Ausfish Addict Chimo's Avatar
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    Jun 2006
    Location
    Gold Coast

    Re: Ausfish Members Call Sign & Radio Register

    Chimo: Radio details etc

    Boat name : #Reef Star

    Call Sign: #VLV 7503 VHF # # # Ch 73 #

    # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #27meg # Ch 91.

    6.2 m Seafarer Vagabond #White / Blue

    Used- Off Shore Gold Coast / Broadwater / Moreton Bay South
    What could go wrong.......................

  8. #23

    Re: Ausfish Members Call Sign & Radio Register


    # #Marlin_Mike

    #Suprised @ response 2 top thread...............

    Wot Type of Boat u got , gets REPLIES #634 ...................

    # # VIEWS # 89875..................

    & dIS #POST #SO #FEW.............

    M&G ........ But #no #CALL #SIGN #...............


    #????????????????????????????????????

  9. #24

    Re: Ausfish Members Call Sign & Radio Register

    As soon as I determine my callsign I will post again.

  10. #25

    Re: Ausfish Members Call Sign & Radio Register

    Hi everyone!
    I felt the necessity to add my 2 cents worth to this thread, as there appears to be a misunderstanding of the allocation of channel numbers in both 27MHz and Marine VHF.
    ALL vessels should maintain a listening watch on the emergency frequencies (27.88MHz, and VHF Channel 16) at all times. This ensures that any distress/emergency calls are heard by the maximum number of boats that may be in a position to assist, and also means that all vessels are contactable on a known frequency, should you wish to call someone.
    The choice of a WORKING frequency should then be made based on local traffic volumes/interference.
    Most channels mentioned in previous posts are allocated to ship/shore usage, and NOT ship/ship.
    For example: 27.90, 27.91MHz. For ship/ship use 27.94 0r 27.96MHz. Marine VHF ship/ship frequency is Channel 77. (This one mandated by International Law)
    Those who have completed their Radio Operator's Certificate for VHF should be well aware of this.
    For the record, my Callsign is TOPAZ, and I monitor both VHF on Channel 16, and 27MHz on 27.88MHz.

  11. #26

    Re: Ausfish Members Call Sign & Radio Register

    Call sign: Razza Matazz
    VHF ch:16
    Off White haines Hunter V213c

  12. #27

    Re: Ausfish Members Call Sign & Radio Register

    Call sign "Echo 2"

    VHF channel 73

    Home port Mooloolaba or Caloundra.

    Haines Hunter V19C

  13. #28
    eggbeater
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    Re: Ausfish Members Call Sign & Radio Register

    Callsign is Awesome

    27 Meg Ch 91

    Nomally work from Mooloolaba, Caloundra or double Island Point

  14. #29

    Re: Ausfish Members Call Sign & Radio Register

    Callsign..............GAFYM (getawayfromyamissus)

    VHF Ch 73

    Mainly Moreton Bay or outside Moreton/Straddie/Gold Coast

  15. #30

    Re: Ausfish Members Call Sign & Radio Register

    Quote Originally Posted by TOPAZ
    Hi everyone!
    I felt the necessity to add my 2 cents worth to this thread, as there appears to be a misunderstanding of the allocation of channel numbers in both 27MHz and Marine VHF.
    ALL vessels should maintain a listening watch on the emergency frequencies (27.88MHz, and VHF Channel 16) at all times. This ensures that any distress/emergency calls are heard by the maximum number of boats that may be in a position to assist, and also means that all vessels are contactable on a known frequency, should you wish to call someone.
    The choice of a WORKING frequency should then be made based on local traffic volumes/interference.
    Most channels mentioned in previous posts are allocated to ship/shore usage, and NOT ship/ship.
    For example: 27.90, 27.91MHz. For ship/ship use 27.94 0r 27.96MHz. Marine VHF ship/ship frequency is Channel 77. (This one mandated by International Law)
    Those who have completed their Radio Operator's Certificate for VHF should be well aware of this.
    For the record, my Callsign is TOPAZ, and I monitor both VHF on Channel 16, and 27MHz on 27.88MHz.
    Totally correct TOPAZ, ta

    What I believe the authors replying to this thread are doing is supplying their channel frequencies that they log on/log off with when contacting their local rescue units. The title of the thread is 'Call Sign and Radio Register', a follow up to the CG & VMR threads, I think. 'Register' is this case being interpreted as channel used to register vessel details, not necessarily distress and calling frequencies.

    Everyone using VHF is encouraged to do an operators course, and just about all would have done so. I'm sure they are aware of the protocols for distress and calling. Most VHF units have dual watch facility, and I know I always use it.

    cheers for the tips

    regards
    Steve.

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