“As 2016 quickly approaches, focus on dxpedition planning details intensifies. All is going very well as we continue to develop the operating plan, site plan, and plans for getting equipment and personnel onto the island. We thank the many that have responded to the “NEED” SURVEY on the website. A serious effort is being planned to address those specific needs
The other matter is financial planning. In the relatively near future we’ll need to secure the transportation to the island. Those that have donated are listed on the Sponsor’s list on the website www.CY9DXpedition.com . The team is fully committed and investing significantly; your financial support will help and be appreciated more than words can express. No amount is too small; All persons who donate will receive a QSL automatically without having to request one.
The single most expensive item is the cost for the transportation to access the island. Donations can be made at: http://www.cy9dxpedition.com/donate.html If desired, more details / info on this matter, contact: N0TG – email address per QRZ.com.
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