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Posted by on in For Sale

This Marine band receiver probably dates from the 80s. However, this in my opinion is a first-class Marine band receiver. At themoment it does have various channels programmed into it. They are channels 16, 67, 9, 10, 12 and 14. You can also listen to channel 0 which is the coast guard personal frequency. This receiver is about the size of a CB radio and doesn't need a power supply, it just plugs straight into the mains.It's quite basic, but that is all you really need to listen to marine man traffic.

Also included is a receiving Marine antenna & an external speaker

£80

If you are interested then please drop me an e-mail penn@pennwooding.com

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