The Bouvet Island DXpedition
For some of us, this will be our 4th trip with Nigel Jolly and his crew. His vessels and their crews are the hallmark of adventure, coupled with safety and reliability. Our ship’s schedule prior to our sailing will dictate our port of departure. When weather permits, we will land our team and equipment on Bouvet by helicopter.
We are pleased to report that the revisions and updates to our longstanding landing permit (2007) have been approved by the Norsk Polar Institute and that an updated landing permit has been issued to us. The updated permit now specifies our camp site, current dates, current wildlife populations areas, helicopter access routes, and environmental precautions.
Our amateur radio license, also originally issued in 2007 with the call sign of 3YØZ, has been renewed and will be used during our DXpedition in early 2018.
The team is the most important element of a DXpedition. Your leaders are humbled to serve with this amazing group of individuals. We have great confidence in this team — and you can too.
Ralph – KØIR, Bob – K4UEE, Erling – LA6VM
The worldwide DX community helped us achieve success on the dozens of previous DXpeditions. Once again, we are asking for your generous support to help us make the Bouvet DXpedition a similar success. Our team will bear approximately 50% of the cost of this purely amateur radio project. We are asking for your help with the rest. Thank you for any help you can give us.
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Thank you for helping to make this DXpedition happen.