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    Re: Radion Licensing
    From: Peter Smith
    Date: 1998 Jun 18, 10:46 AM

    On Thu, 18 Jun 1998 19:50:58 -0700, tom carr  said:
    > I should know the answer to this question, but not being 100% confident
    > of my knowledge, and considering the recent changes in license
    > requirements I pose the question to the Navigation Group:  for a pleasure
    > vessel (38 foot sloop) planning to cruise in the Caribbean and Leeward
    > Islands, what license requirements are there for VHF and SSB?  Do the
    > requirements change as the vessel size increases, or if the vessel
    > category changes from pleasure to commercial?
    You need a Ship Station License for the SSB and for international travel.
    You need a Restricted Radiotelephone Operator's Permit (or higher-grade
    Radiotelephone License) in order to visit foreign ports or communicate
    with foreign stations.
    For details, see "http://www.fcc.gov/wtb/fctsht13.html".
    Peter Smith -- psmith@wellspring.us.dg.com
    Data General Corp., Westboro, Massachusetts  (for whom I do not speak)
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