Jorge, TI2HMJ informs DX-World that he is again returning to Cocos island. Today he departed Puntarenas, Costa Rica aboard the Okeanos Aggressor expecting to arrive on Monday, August 31.
Since his visit is not solely ham radio, he will be active when time permits using an IC-746 and multiband dipole.
Updates from TI9/TI2HMJ to follow.
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