Baja-California Maritime Net
The Boaters' Friendly Net
03/19/17 AI6DS will do weather, thank you!
03/12/17 Russ Sherwin AD6ZL (sk).
We received notice of the passing of Russ Sherwin of Prescott, Arizona on March 6, 2017. Russ and his wife, Donna, sold their home and lived on their boat full-time with their rescued German shepherd, Gracie. They made five trips to Mexico and two trips to Alaska over an 8 year period. Russ was a very active ham especially in the Baja area. He will be missed.
On a personal note, we got to know Russ and Donna when taking our boats from the Victoria area on Vancouver Island to Alaska. Russ was one of those technical geniuses who could fix anything and if he couldn’t fix it, he would design something to solve the problem. His wife, Donna, was always by his side and contributed to everything they did. She is also an active ham.
Thank you for mentioning the passing of this wonderful friend and enthusiastic ham.
03/12/17 Updated Mexico Licensing Information on
Changes to Mexico's Reciprocal Licensing
03/12/17 Hope you remembered to set your clocks forward.
03/12/17 Sunday weather: AI6DS, Brad. Thank you!
02/28/17 FORREST 'ED' HUGGIN, KK6GO (sk). Ed passed away last Sunday. For many years he was always the first to check in on the net. We will miss his cheery voice.
As with all of our members, he had an interesting life. Read more here.
02/19/17 Sunday Weather: Chubasco Net TBD, Baja Net: AI6DS
01/18/17 Baja Roundup Updated
The Baja Net is one of the boaters' favorite nets on the West Coast. It has
a long history of handling traffic for mariners who are out of touch with
friends and family. Several stations have phone patches enabling them to put
you right on the line to talk to your loved ones.
Many boaters listen to the net to find out where their friends are today.
It's a good place to meet folks and catch up with your friends. Get
together on this frequency and then move to another frequency to talk to
Our net control and weather lineup
|Day||Net Control||NC Name||Weather 0815 PT||W Name
As Dick says
"Don't forget to look out the porthole."