MUSEUM SHIPS WEEKEND 2014
0000Z June 7 through 2359Z June 8, 2014
2014 CERTIFICATE INFORMATION
You must work at least 15 different participating ships
All stations that work at least 15 different ships of those participating (listed below) will receive a certificate if they send a copy of their log entries showing these contacts. Working the same ship on different frequencies DOES NOT count as 2 ships. Working a ship not listed will not count
We will post more information on certificates later. In the meantime, please read the following 2 articles which should help explain some problems that arise when checking your logs.
MSW FAQ UTC Time
2013 Top Operators
Ships wishing to participate should send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of ship, callsign, location and contact info for person responsible. If you are having trouble reaching the museum e-mail address, please send info to this address instead: email@example.com
Please read the rules for ships wishing to participate before contacting us.
SHIPS PARTICIPATING FOR 2014 -
(updated 01 Mar 2014)
** Ships with asterisks are new to Museum Ships Weekend
Please QSL each ship directly
NAME TYPE OF SHIP LOCATION CALLSIGN
K1USN Watson Museum Braintree, MA K1USN USS Midway Aircraft Carrier San Diego, CA NI6IW USS Hornet Aircraft Carrier Alameda Point, CA NB6GC **USS Intrepid Aircraft Carrier New York, NY WA3KEY/2 USS Yorktown Aircraft Carrier Charleston, SC WA4USN USS Lexington Aircraft Carrier Corpus Christi, TX W5LEX Zeppelin Airship Museum Airship Museum Tonder, Denmark OZ0MF ST-695 Angels Gate Army Tugboat San Pedro, CA K6AA USS New Jersey Battleship Camden, New Jersey NJ2BB USS Wisconsin Battleship Norfolk, Virginia N4WIS USS Texas Battleship Houston, Texas NA5DV Ex MV Dresden Cargo Ship Rostock, Germany DL0MCM USCG Ingham CG Cutter Key West, FL NR4DL USS Indianapolis CA-35 Memorial Cruiser Indianapolis, IN WW2IND USS Littlerock Cruiser Buffalo, New York W2PE Aurora Cruiser St. Petersburg, Russia RF1A USS Olympia Cruiser Philadelphia, PA WA3BAT USS Cassin Young Destroyer Boston, MA WW2DD USS Orleck Destroyer Lake Charles, LA W5BII FGS Moelders Destroyer Wilhelmshaven/Germany DL0MFX USS Laffey Destroyer Charleston, SC NT4HI USS Stewart Destroyer Escort Galveston, TX KK5W USS Slater Destroyer Escort Albany, NY WW2DEM USS Oklahoma Mast Memorial Fire Control Mast Memorial Muskogee, OK WW2OK MV Cap San Diego Freighter Hamburg,Germany DL0MFH D. Fernando II e Glória Frigate Cacilhas Dockyard Portugal CS5DFG LST-393 LST Muskegon, MI N8LST USCGC Mackinaw Icebreaker Mackinaw, MI W8AGB SS Grandcamp Memorial (June 7 only) French Liberty Ship Texas City, TX AC0TX SS High Flyer Memorial (June 8 only) Liberty Ship Texas City, TX AC0TX SS John W Brown Liberty Ship Baltimore, MD W3TFR SS Jeremiah O'Brien Liberty Ship San Francisco, CA K6JOB LV Elbe l Lightvessel Cuxhaven Germany DL0CUX USS Lucid MInesweeper Stockton, CA N6MSO MS Atlantis Minesweeper Dresden, Germany DK0MHD Naval Tech'l Museum La SPEZIA A.R.M.I. Italy IQ1SP RMS Queen Mary Passenger Ship Long Beach, CA W6RO SS Rotterdam Passenger Ship Port of Rotterdam PI4HAL SS Keewatin Passenger Steamship Port McNicoll, ON VA3VGC Star of India (separate contact) Sailing Ship San Diego, CA NS6OI Tall Ship Elissa Sailing Barque Galveston Island, TX N5E U-5075 Seehund Submarine Quincy, MA. WW2MAN SS Ticonderoga Steamboat Shelburne, VT W1T USS Batfish Submarine Muskogee, OK WW2SUB **USS Growler Submarine New York, NY WB3CUU/2 USS Cod Submarine Cleveland, OH W8COD USS Dolphin (separate contact) Submarine San Diego, CA NS6OI USS Cobia Submarine Manitowoc, Wisconsin NB9QV Novosibirskij komsomolec (B-396) Submarine 641-b Moscow, Russia RU3AWK USS Pampanito Submarine San Francisco, CA NJ6VT USS Nautilus Submarine Groton, CT N1S USS Blueback Submarine Portland, OR W7SUB USS Cavalla Submarine Galveston, TX KK5W U9 Submarine Speyer, Germany DK0SP USS Clamagore Submarine Charelston, SC NJ4DU HMCS Onondaga Submarine Pointe-au-Père, Quebec VA2GNQ **USS Razorback Submarine N.Little Rock AR W0OOG **B-440 Submarine Vytegra, Vologda, Russia RK3SWB/1 U-995 Submarine Laboe Germany DL0DMB SS American Victory Victory Ship Tampa, Florida W4AVM Red Oak Victory Victory Ship Richmond, CA K6YVM
|3,860 KHz||3,539 KHz|
|7,260 KHz||7,039 KHz|
|14,260 KHz||14,039 KHz|
|18,160 KHz||18,079 KHz|
|21,360 KHz||21,039 KHz|
|24,960 KHz||24,899 KHz|
|28,360 KHz||28,039 KHz|
|50,160 KHz||50,109 KHz|
EVENT PSK 31 OPERATIONS
14.070 MHz 10.142 MHz 18.100 MHz 21.070 MHz 28.120 MHz
Some ships will also be on 3880 KHz - 3885 KHz and 7290 KHz Amplitude Modulation with either their ships original equipment or modern equipment.
While any operating mode can be used in this event and CW and SSB are the dominant modes, we are encouraging all the particpating ships, that have the ability, to fire up their original equipment on
3885 KHz, 3600 & 3625 (in the UK),
3705 (W. Europe),
7290 KHz and 14.286 KHz in the AM mode.
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