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Old 08-30-2010, 12:30 AM
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Anyone know the freq's used on the NCL's Noregion Star. I'm cruising next week to Alaska and would like to listen to shipboard activity.
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ScanMaritime.com website didn't have anything for this ship yet!.
You should just program the main freqs most cruise line uses.
You can report back on what you find after your trip.

Looks like the Coral Princess ship will be following you in Alaska ports!

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MarineTraffic.com AIS Ship Tracking - NORWEGIAN STAR
(Limited AIS coverage in Alaska waters)
http://www.marinetraffic.com/ais/shi...mmsi=311082000


Don't forget to scan the Marine channels such as Ch13,16,12 etc... Like doing before and after Juneau area. You hear them talking to other ships, fishing boats, watching out for fishing nets, etc...

It might be nice to write down what other ships you will see in each port.
http://www.cruisecal.com/portal/ - Cruise Ship And Port Timetable.
http://www.cruisett.com/ - Cruise Ship Calendar. <<<
http://www.cruisereport.com/

http://www.cruisecritic.com/ - Read reviews about your ship before you get on it
http://cruiseclues.com/ (Some outdated links on this site )

Tracking cruise ships in Alaska area(Limited Coverage)
http://www.marinetraffic.com
http://www.portarrivals.com ( Just a site using ship AIS data)

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You might get better help in the Marine Monitoring Forum rather than the Uniden Forum.
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No information has been reported on the Star as yet. You probably will be the first one. 95% of the Cruise Ships using the same common pairs and by programming them in you can probably figure out the system on the first/day [usually at Departure]

PL/DPL Tone search is best used to determine different ships in port.

Good luck hunting and Scanning !

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Anyone know the freq's used on the NCL's Noregion Star. I'm cruising next week to Alaska and would like to listen to shipboard activity.
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