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Lost contact

It’s been well over an hour since the last contact with Moya Mareea. Although that may not sound good, it could be for all kinds of reasons. Propagation has not been good although we have used 4 bands. Happily they occasionally call on the East Coast Maritime net on 14300 MHz so they have another net to fall back on even although they can’t reach us here in FL22cf.

The last news received was that there was a Cuban coastguard vessel in attendance and a large coastguard cutter had been dispatched from Varadero to attempt recovery.

Our thoughts remain with those on board.

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