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Oceania Sirena

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If anyone sees the Sirena in port, these are the UHF frequencies. I collected these during their stay in Southern California. They have rather strong repeaters that reach a good distance from the ship.

Deck Department/Tender Ops: 467.775 (457.550 input), Group 455, Slot 1, CC 7
Engine Dept.: 467.800 (457.575 input), Group 456, Slot 1, CC 8
Shore Ex/Guest Svcs: 467.800 (457.575 input), Group 458, Slot 2, CC 8

They (obviously) use DMR, and operate with XPR 3300 radios. (No display) The tenders were also using marine VHF, but I didn't pay enough attention to see what channel they were using. The ship belongs to Oceania Cruises.

Hope this can help someone! :)
 
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