Radio Waddenzee 1602 goes offshore

April 14, 2008 at 11:34 am Leave a comment

Dutch commercial radio station Radio Waddenzee has comfirmed plans to broadcast from sea on 1-3 May 2008. The radio ship ‘Jenni Baynton’ will anchor close to the island of Griend between Harlingen and Terschelling. On Sat/Sun 2 and 3 May, the historic lifeboat Javazee will make a series of trips to carry visitors to the radio ship. Unfortunately, there are no spare places available as they have already been fully booked. Radio Waddenzee broadcasts on 1602 kHz with a power of around 1 kW.

(Radio Waddenzee via Media Network weblog)

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