We believe that it is more important to give a new country to "small pistol" than to give an 8th band QSO to a "big gun" station. By doing this, we hope to fulfill the demand for a "new one", especially from stations located in Japan and the rest of the Far East.

Bogdan VP2V/SP2FUD, Kazik VP2V/SP6AXW,  Leszek VP2V/SP6CIK, Janusz VP2V/SP9FIH, Robert VP2V/SP9WZS

2014 WPX Contest effort awarded

SP9FIH - WPX 2014 Trophy




Little pistols

We promised to work stations with simple equipment and below you can see few examples:









Robert's QSL card

Best view of all antennas from the salt water.






More aces in the pack :-)



What about this one?



VP2V/SP6CIK card


Participants' cards are with different photos on front side. Enjoy views!





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Summary balance


Flight/drive/sail – 18000/900/100 km

Eaten eggs – 6 dozens

Eaten breads – 12 pcs

Swallowed icecreams  - 30

Tasted beers - 130

Baggage weight – 235 kg

Lost cellular phones – 1

Taken pictures – 1000+

Participants' weight loss – 10 kg

Antennas - 8

QSOs with JA - 6618


Farewell to Anegada

From L to R: SP9FIH, SP2FUD, SP6AXW, our host - Kenneth,  SP6CIK, SP9WZS.  In the background are visable some of our beach weapons.




SP9FIH plans to operate during WPX Contest on 15m SOSB. If you hear him give a point.


Plans are plans but the weather is another story. Tonight storm broke our 80/30m antenna and demaged 40m and 10/15/17m beams. Caribbean Sea waves are close to our other antennas....




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