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Re: handheld vhf

Postby laneends » 28 Dec 2018, 16:31

Still got to get around to doing this.
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Re: handheld vhf

Postby peatop » 28 Dec 2018, 16:45

I will look into getting the qualification some time next year, however as my radio doesn't have DCS im sure i can get away with not having it for the time being, although it would be handy for communicating with other vyaker while chasing pelagics on these trips we/you all do ;)
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