The Broadcasting Fleet

A large part of the texts published here are based on the great “Encyclopedia of Offshore Radio” by Jim Parkes.

We are very grateful to Dr. Adrian Peterson from Adventist World Radio.

And we also received valuable information from Mike Brand, Paul Rusling, Andy Sennitt, Prince Holman, Leendert Vingerling, Geoff Toon, Göran Carlsson, Wikipedia, The Offshore Radio Museum and many other sources.

Shipboard Radio Stations – by Dr. Adrian Peterson  
The first radio broadcasts from ships
The heydays of watery wireless
Mislukte radioprojecten 
 
MS Mebo II
Norderney
M.V. Bon Jour = Magda Maria = Mi Amigo
Jeanine
M.V. Aegir
M.V. Aegir II = Martina
Borkumriff
M.V. Fredericia = Caroline
M.V. Nannell = Mia Migo
Magdalena
M.V. Magda Maria
M.V. King David
USCGC Courier
Droit de Parole
Faithful Friend
Comet
M.V. Galaxy
M.V. Oceaan VII
M.V. Communicator
M.V. Ross Revenge
M.S. Cheeta
M.V. Cheeta II
Lucky Star
Olga Patricia = Laissez Faire
M.V. Peace
M.V. Hatzvi
M.V. Odelia
M.V. Hof
M.V. Kajur
M.V. Polaris
King David (Arutz 2000)
M.V. Aurora
M.V. Columbus
Uilenspiegel
M.V. Kanimbla
M.V. Manor Park
S.S. City of Panama
S.S. Rex
Hirondelle II
M.V. Sarah
REM-eiland
Knock John Fort
Red Sands Fort
Shivering Sands Fort
Sunk Head Tower
M.V. Pamela
Tiri
Tiri II
M.V. Elisabeth
M.V. Maria
S.S. Malolo
Juanita
Boys’ Own
M.V. Epivan
Elisabeth II
Cornucopia
Saint Yves
HMS Winchester Castle
Hospitaal-Kerkschip De Hoop IV
Hendrik Jan
U.S.S. Leviathan
M.V. Piscator
Broadcasting ships during the Gulf War
Mebo I

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