Update October 6: Final logs uploaded to clublog.
Update September 24: Dom, 3D2USU inform via DXNews.com that he is ok.
He was active today using FT4 mode.
Its still very windy there and also strong rains.
Its possible that he will leave Island on Monday, 27 September 2021.
There is very little chance that he will be able to setup antennas on 80 and 160m.
Update September 23: Due to very strong winds 3D2CR have to stop his operation. More info later. [TNX DXNews]
Update September 22: 24300 stations in the log. Last night he installed the 80m vertical and worked about 200 JA stations, but the antenna collapsed due to the wind. It is not clear whether he will attempt to repair it. Dom is barely sleeping 2h a day and there is constant strong wind, so be patient as he is surely doing all his best.
Update September 20: After 56 hours of operation 16906 QSOs Logged.
Wind is still very strong 40 knots. Impossible to setup antennas on 80 and 160m. When wind speed will drop down Low Band antennas will be installed. [TNX DXnews]
Update September 18: First qso in the log on Sep.tember 18 at 03:41z. Due to very windy weather currently 20m and 17m antennas assembled. Later today planning to install 15m, 30m and 40m antennas. Antennas for 80m and other bands tomorrow - weather permitting. Propagation on 17m better than 20m. [TNX DXnews]
Update September 15: Dom has departured from Fiji to Conway reef at 9:00 UTC. The cruise is expected to take about two days.
Update September 11: He is expected to start operating on September 17, for two weeks. They will not sail to Conway reef until the 15th, so be aware that current operation is pirate.
Suggested frequencies at QRZ.com
The operator (Dom, 3Z9DX aka 3D2USU from Fiji) says that he will have "no Internet connection, no online log, no QSO request", and that he will not be able to read DX cluster spots. "All log mistakes will be checked when back to Fiji main island after the trip".
Dom, 3Z9DX, announces that will sail for Conway Reef in the next 2 weeks or so and be QRV as 3D2CR. Single operator activity only.