HELP WITH VHF MARINE FREQUENCIES

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HELP WITH VHF MARINE FREQUENCIES

Post by WARLOCK » 21 Jul 2009, 21:19

Please can anyone please tell me the best frequencies to store into my scanner for vhf marine band ,i live near to the wash in norfolk also can you tell me what frequencies i should search to find these frequencies?

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Re: HELP WITH VHF MARINE FREQUENCIES

Post by Hertz » 22 Jul 2009, 08:58

To miss quote Gordon Brown at Prime Ministers question time. "I refer the honourable gentleman to his previous questions."
I answered this question which you also posted on the scanning page from a site search & found the answer you were looking for in a question you asked last year :!: :!: :!: :? :roll: :roll:
I see from your previous posts that you have a Yupti. That has a band & a channel scan, so my advice would be to use the band scan once in a while.
You said you have lots of spare time in a previous post, so as the real pleasure of scanner use comes in finding new active channels why not go & find some active frequencies yourself :?: :?: , You may even find it gets you answers quicker than from constantly asking others to give you what they have found.
Doing a band scan would also mean that instead of making posts like...
AM I THE ONLY PERSON OUT THERE IN EAST ANGLIA USEING THERE SCANNER THESE DAYS NO WONDER WE ARE TAKEN AS A BIT OF A JOKE BY THE REST OF THE RADIO WORLD, WE MAY NOT BE ABLE TO SPEAK TO THE REST OF THE WORLD ON A SCANNER,BUT WE COULD TALK TO EACH OTHER ON FORUMS LIKE THIS ONE,
THATS HAD MY SAY NOW TO START THE TALKING TO EACH OTHER THING, IS THERE ANYONE WITH ANY FREQUENCIES FOR NORFOLK/LINKS/CAMBBRIDGESHIRE PLEASE?
FROM George WARLOCK,
THATS HAD MY SAY NOW TO START THE TALKING TO EACH OTHER THING, IS THERE ANYONE WITH ANY FREQUENCIES FOR NORFOLK/LINKS/CAMBBRIDGESHIRE PLEASE?
FROM George WARLOCK,
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That You are making posts that supply an answer to that comment.
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Re: HELP WITH VHF MARINE FREQUENCIES

Post by G7PFN » 13 Feb 2013, 12:09

Channel 16 156.80Mhz is the calling and emergency frequency. Most will start there.

Channel 14 156.70MHz Kings Lynn port.

156 - RNLI

All other marine channels, some are simplex, some duplex.

160.65
160.7
160.75
160.8
160.85
156.3
156.95
156.4
156.45
156.5
156.55
156.6
156.65
156.7
156.75
156.8
156.85
161.5
161.55
161.6
161.65
161.7
161.75
161.8
161.85
161.9
161.95
162
160.625
160.675
160.725
160.775
160.825
160.875
160.925
156.375
156.425
156.475
156.525
156.575
156.625
156.675
156.725
156.775
156.825
156.875
161.525
161.575
161.625
161.675
161.725
161.775
161.825
161.875
161.925
157.375
157.425
157.85
161.425

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Re: HELP WITH VHF MARINE FREQUENCIES

Post by M3ZZN » 17 Feb 2013, 22:38

im in essex and i still use a scanner so your not the only person!!
theres plenty to listen to you should mainly listen to 156.800 channel 16 then listen for the broadcasts on channel 86 and 84 which is 161.925

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