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Noticias DX y calendario DX: VP8PJ
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24/02/2020
Indicativo(s) VP8PJ   
Fecha inicio-fin evento 22/02/2020 - 05/03/2020
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DXCC   VP8, LU - South Orkney Is.     
IOTA   AN-008 - South Orkney Islands     
Zona CQ 13
Locator GC79EC
Página WEB https://sorkney.com/
Modos planificados CW, SSB, Digital
Bandas planificadas 160 M, 80 M, 60 M, 40 M, 30 M, 20 M, 17 M, 15 M, 12 M, 10 M
Fuente DX-World & 425DXN & OPDX           Etiquetas: Expedición, DXCC
Busqueda en log M0URX OQRS

Información

Update February 23: We are unable to find a solid satellite connection on the island. We are waiting to change to a different satellite, but it’s not clear there will be any difference. We know it is not a hardware problem because we have 3 satellite terminals of this model and one of another model. If we can not find a solid connection we will try to upload logs from the ship every day, and even that path to the satellite is very poor.

They are are continuing to install additional antennas today. It’s cold and difficult to use hand tools in the wind.


Update February 22: Look for VP8PJ to become active on 20m, 40m, and possibly 160m in the following hours (info at 2210z). Operating positions will slowly come online as antennas and station configurations are completed. In the earliest hours of the operation, there will be NO real-time logging available. Announcement on the real-time logging being active will follow.


Update February 21: The ice has cleared enough to get the equipment ashore. Twelve team members on the island moving equipment to our preferred site. Two team members on the ship assisting with the off loading. It will take today and tomorrow to set up camp. It’s cold, light winds, but dry at the moment.

@1530: The process of assembling the camp continues and is going well, but will continue throughout today and tomorrow.

At this juncture, we anticipate being “on the air” sometime on Sunday the 23rd. Announcements regarding this will be forthcoming.


Update February 20: After initial survey, we’re waiting for a wind change which is expected tomorrow. If the ice situation does not change significantly, we’ll try an alternate site tomorrow. Currently, cold with occasional snow flurries.


Update February 19: The Braveheart is on schedule with the team reporting relatively smooth seas. Arrival to Signy Island expected later today.  Operations to go ashore expected to commence early tomorrow.


Update February 18: Good progress being made. Seas appear decent.
@17h UTC: Approx 350 miles to run. Few icebergs in the vicinity.


Update February 17: The team power on towards South Orkney. Winds / seas seem reasonable.


Update February 14:   Everything looks to be in good order and the crew is busily stowing the equipment in a particular sequence so we can reverse the process and offload in a priority sequence.

We're on schedule for Saturday afternoon departure.
Cheers, GS K5GS / Team VP8PJ


Update February 14:   Last minute update from K5GS before going to print on February 14th: "This morning's schedule was reversed due to late arriving fuel trucks.  We loaded the team's equipment first and will take on fuel this afternoon. Everything looks to be in good order and the crew is busily stowing the equipment in a particular sequence so we can reverse the process and offload in a priority sequence. The weather is cool, with some  periods of rain. We had coffee with Skipper Matt and owner Nigel, then outside to watch the loading process. We're on schedule for Saturday afternoon departure."

Update February 13: Gene, K5GS, reported on the following updates:   "The entire team has now arrived in Punta Arenas. We are planning our  departure for Saturday, exact time to be determined. We'll have immi  gration and customs formalities and ship clearance, we'll put out a bulletin at departure time."

"Braveheart arrived Punta Arenas on Thursday morning. She'll be assigned a dock on Friday morning, take on fuel, supplies and generator  petrol. Customs, Immigration and health inspections will follow.

DX-pedition equipment will be loaded on Friday afternoon.  DX-pedition team will board the ship Saturday morning.  We plan to leave Punta Arenas 3PM  -  4PM on Saturday."

 


Update February 12: The team will use callsign ZL1NA/MM during the voyage between Punta Arenas to Signy Island. QSL also via M0URX. In addition, Nigel Jolly arrived Punta Arenas. He contacted the freight agent and arranged to load the Braveheart on Friday morning. Team still on schedule to leave for Signy on Saturday.


Update February 11: So far, all on schedule. Most of team arrived in Punta Arenas, Chile with the longest travel time being 40 hours: Perth, Australia => Sydney => Auckland => Santiago, Chile => Punta Arenas. Remainder of the team due on Wednesday. Braveheart expected in on Feb 13th or 14th, we load the ship on the 14th and depart for Signy Island on Feb 15th. Depending on the weather, 6 days travel time to the island.


Update February 2: Press Release #11.  Team members  will begin arriving  in Punta Arenas on  9 February.  The "Braveheart"  is scheduled  to depart  for Signy Island,  South Orkneys (AN-008)  on  15 February.  Shortly before  she leaves Punta Arenas,  the Garmin inReach personal locator will be activated. You will be able to follow her journey during the estimated six days at  sea to and from  the  island  by  going  to  https://sorkney.com/  (click on the "Follow Braveheart" tab).
* BAND PLAN: it can be found on the  DXpedition's website  (click "Operating Plan"  in the  dropdown menu  under the  "Island Operations"  tab). Unless  otherwise announced  by the operator,  all radio operations will be split.  FT8 will use Fox/Hound mode on all bands except 60m.
* PROPAGATION: Stu, K6TU  has made available his  "Propagation As a Service"  tool at no cost to you.  Accessed from the DXpedition's website  (click on the "K6TU Propagation Tools"  tab),  the tool is configured  with  VP8PJ's station and antenna specifications;  all you have to do is  to enter  your Maidenhead Locator  and  your  antenna configuration,  and  the tool  will  generate your customized propagation charts.
* REFLECTOR: it is available at  Groups.io  (https://groups.io/g/VP8PJ)  for you to provide thoughtful and helpful information to the team (no requests for  log checks, busted calls, not in log, or schedules).  The pilots will monitor the reflector and summarize pertinent information by region.  They will still perform their normal functions, though, so feel free to contact your regional pilot as found on https://sorkney.com/pilot-team/ should you wish not to post to the reflector.
* LOG SEARCH: assuming a stable satellite connection,  QSOs will be uploaded  to the log server in near real-time.  You can monitor logging activity  at  https://www.m0urx.com/oqrs/logsearch.php?dxcallsign=VP8PJ.  The OQRS  will  be available within  ten days after  the  team leaves the island,  as they  need time  to validate  the logs.  The  QSL manager (M0URX)  will work  on  Busted Calls and Not in Log issues after the log is validated.  Please use  the form on Tim's OQRS site, and do not send e-mails.
* FUNDRAISING: 55  clubs/foundations, over  600  individual  donors  and  73  Premier Sponsors  have supported  the project so far.  Early donors (those  who donate before  15 February)  will receive  their  LoTW confirmation(s)  usually within 24 hours of the contact(s).  All other donors  will receive  their LoTW confirmation(s) when OQRS opens.
  All donations are appreciated and will help offset the project's estimated  cost of about 310,000 USD.  "With the 'Braveheart'  and freight bills paid  and  the equipment  in Chile",  the team says,  "our last remaining  major  expenses are shipping the equipment back home, generator fuel , port fees,  general surcharges, fuel surcharge and a few smaller but still significant
  expense items. It's not unusual for unexpected fees  and  other charges to materialize so we remain vigilant with the budget management". [TNX K5GS]


Update January 29: From DX-World: "After a stop at the Panama Canal for transfer to a different ship, our sea container arrived in Coronel, Chile on December 25th. It was then placed on a coastal barge, arriving Punta Arenas on January 13th. Equipment is now secure storage at a local warehouse."


Update January 21: Permits

Landing and camping at South Orkney requires permission from several government agencies. This multi step process takes months to complete.We recently receivedour final approval, the“Antarctic Conservation Act Permit” from the National Science Foundation. Other agencies in the process were: the US Department of State and the Environmental Protection Agency. We appreciate the cooperation and assistance we received from these agencies to complete and submit the detailed applications and other required documentation.

New Corporate Sponsor

Joining the list of corporate sponsors is The DX Store, a supplier of quality products for the amateur radio market.

Equipment Status

After 8 weeks our sea container arrived in Punta Arenas, Chile on January 13, 2020.

Operating Schedule

The team will follow a rotating 4 hours on and 8 hours off schedule. In their off-time they’ll catch up on sleep, perform equipment / campsite maintenance, operate from positions available for roving operators, or (weather permitting) go back to Braveheart for a shower and hot meal.

Island Assignments

Each team member is assigned tasks while on the island. Major activities are prioritized and staffed accordingly. The Braveheart crew will help with the heavy lifting and other setup activities. After landing, designated teams will first erect the WeatherPort shelters, install the power grid, and furnish the sleeping and operating shelters. Meanwhile the antenna teams will install the HF antennas, followed by the low band antennas.Weather permitting, setup is expected to take approximately two days.

Fundraising

We appreciate the support from the worldwide DX and amateur radio community. With the addition of Japan’s Nara DX Association, The Spokane DX Association and W4DXCC By SEDCO Convention, we currently have fifty-twoclubs / foundations signed on, over 500individuals and 60Premier Sponsors who each donated $200(USD), or more. We continue to make progress towards our goal of the radio team paying 50% of the project cost with sponsorships paying the remainder. Is your DX club listed on our website?

Thanks for your continued interest and support of our project, we’ll publish one more press release before leaving home in early February. Good luck in the pileups.


Update January 3: We are pleased to announce the call sign for the Perseverance DX Group’s expedition South Orkney 2020 will be changed to VP8PJ.

In past years it was relatively easy to get a preferred VP8 call sign for the British Antarctic Territory. After a licensing administrative change, we were unable to obtain a VP8 call sign for operation from South Orkney and were advised to use /VP8. Alan, VK6CQ, a recent addition to the team, holds the call sign VP8PJ that was issued to him for operations from the British Antarctic Territory. After submission of a copy of Alan’s license, ARRL has issued us a new LoTW certificate for the use of this call from South Orkney for the duration of our expedition.


Update December 3: Team Staffing:

We’re sorry to report that Dave WD5COV had to leave the project, replacing Dave is: Alan Cheshire VK6CQ. Originally from Scotland, Alan has lived in Perth, Western Australia for many years and was first licensed as G4EEL in 1975 whilst studying for his commercial Merchant Marine Radio Officer ticket. He holds degrees in Physics & Telecoms Engineering and is a consultant telecom engineer in the offshore oil and gas industry. Has over 5 years Antarctic and sub-Antarctic experience with the British Antarctic Survey, Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions and Antarctic Logistics & Expeditions and has over-wintered four times with the call signs VP8PJ and VKØLD. Other DX calls over the years: A4XYF, VS5AC, V85AC, P29AC, VK8AC, 9V1DX, 9VØA, CE9/VKØLD. An A1 CW Op, he gave many an all time new one as VKØMM from Macquarie Island over the year 2000 and was also a member of the 2016 VKØEK Heard Island team. When not pounding away on a Morse key, Alan plays a mean bluegrass banjo.

Equipment Shipping:

After a short delay the equipment was accepted by our freight agent, placed on pallets, shrink wrapped and loaded into a sea container. The container was trucked to Oakland, California and after US Customs formalities it began its journey to Coronel, Chile. Expected arrival is December 21 st . Subsequently, the shipment will be taken to Punta Arenas, Chile.

Fundraising:

The estimated cost of this project is $310,000 – $325,000(USD), with the most expensive line items being the ship, freight and cold weather shelters. We expect fuel prices to remain within the contracted range, with minimal foreign exchange fluctuation. Our bills are paid in: US and New Zealand Dollars and Euros, we closely follow currency trends. We appreciate the support from the worldwide DX and amateur radio organizations. Forty-nine clubs / foundations have signed on, and equally important are the over 400 individuals who have already supported the project, especially our 47 Premier Sponsors who each donated $200(USD), or more. While we still have a long way to go, we continue to make progress towards our goal of the radio team paying 50% of the project cost with sponsorships paying the remainder.

The corporate sponsors:

Elecraft, DX Engineering, WIMO, RadioSport, Low Band Systems, Spiderbeam, Rig Expert, Mastrant and Clamcleat are instrumental to the success of this project. We know that Max at ON5UR Print, working with our QSL manager Tim M0URX, will deliver a high quality QSL card. Our next major milestones include finalizing the radio operating schedule and assigning team member responsibilities for camp setup, radio and antenna installation.

Thanks for your continued interest and support of our project. Good luck in the pileups.

73, Team VP8/VP8DXU


Update November 2: During the week of October 21 – 27, 2019 team members and helpers met in Placerville and Los Altos Hills, California to consolidate, test and repack the equipment to be used during the South Orkney Island DX-pedition.

On Friday, October 25th we visited the Elecraft factory to receive 8 K3s stations, including amplifiers, pan adapters and other supporting equipment. During the week antennas were assembled, tuned, tested and marked for easy transport and reassembly.

All software was loaded on Lenovo laptops, QSOs were entered into N1MM and test logs were uploaded to our log search server over the Inmarsat BGAN satellite network.

Photos of the week are posted here

Thanks to all who participated and to the equipment suppliers that are supporting the project, a complete list at: https://sorkney.com/corporate-sponsors/

73, Team VP8/VP8DXU


Update October 12:  ARRL Colvin Award

We are honored to have received a significant grant from the ARRL’s Colvin Award program. The Colvin Award is funded by an endowment established by Lloyd D. Colvin, W6KG (SK). Consistent with Mr. Colvin’s wishes and with the policies of the ARRL Board, the Colvin Award is conferred in the form of grants in support of Amateur Radio projects that promote international goodwill in the field of DX. For additional information about this award: http://www.arrl.org/colvin-award-grants

Clipperton DX Club

The Clipperton DX Club (CDXC France) has joined the list of club/foundation sponsors with a significant donation to the project. CDXC has been a long-time sponsor of PDXG DX-peditions, we appreciate the confidence CDXC has shown to our DX-pedition projects.
http://wp.cdxc.org/cdxc-history/

Corporate Sponsors

We are pleased to announce that ON5UR QSL Printing has joined our list of corporate sponsors. Max (ON5UR) is a full service QSL printer that produces high quality QSL cards in many formats, including monochrome, full color, folded / single cards at competitive pricing. We appreciate Max’s offer to be our QSL card sponsor.

Project Major Milestones

Beginning on October 24th team members will meet nearPalo Alto, California to consolidate, integrate, test and pack the equipment for its transport to Punta Arenas, Chile. Arrangements were made for our customs broker to transport the equipment to their depot where a container will be prepared for the journey.Equipment shipments from European sponsors:WIMO, Spiderbeam, Mastrant, Clamcleat and Low Band Systems arrived from Europe, or via DX Engineering.The Elecraft equipment will be picked up at the factory, DX Engineering, RadioSport and Rig Expert products were previously received. The team began making their travel arrangements to meet the Braveheart in Chile. At their own expense airline reservations are being booked, and a Punta Arenas hotel will house the team.

Braveheart left New Zealand on August 20thto meet her contractual obligations in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, including VP6R Pitcairn Island DX-pedition, first stop was Papeete, French Polynesia. She will return home sometime in April, 2020.

Antenna Strategy

Similar to our Ducie Island (VP6D) plan,the antenna team designed a strategy that considers Signy Island’s location and topography. Vertical Dipole Arrays, constructed from Spiderbeamproducts, will bedirected towards Europe, over water. For other geographies the topology is less suitable for VDAs so insteadEAntenna Moxons will be used. Low band vertical antennas, using Spiderbeamand DX Engineering products, will be used for all geographies.

Fundraising

We appreciate the response from the worldwide DX organizations. So far, forty-fourclubs / foundations have signed on, and equally important are the over 350 individuals who have supported the project, especially the 41 Premier Sponsors who each donated $200(USD), or more. We still have a long way to go but we’re encouraged by the response. If you or your club aren’t listed on our website please consider a donation.

73, Team VP8/VP8DXU
Please direct your questions to: info@sorkney.com


Update September 2: 

Corporate Sponsors

We are delighted to announce that Low Band Systems will supply their High-Power Bandpass Filters for all planned bands. This complement of best in class filters, in conjunction with vertical and horizontal polarized antennas, will allow us to operate two stations on the same band simultaneously and improve overall inter-station operability.
DX-peditions to the Southern Ocean are challenged by high winds which may result in downed antennas unless adequately guyed. Joining our corporate sponsors are Mastrant Antenna Guying and Clamcleat Limited. We’ll use a selection of their antenna support products to keep the masts in the air. We appreciate the confidence these new sponsors have in our project and team.

Project Major Milestones

During the week of October 20 th team members will meet near Palo Alto, California to
consolidate, integrate, test and pack the equipment for its transport to Punta Arenas, Chile.
Arrangements were made for our customs broker to transport the tents and all other
equipment to their depot where a container will be prepared for the journey.
The team began making their travel arrangements to meet the Braveheart in Chile. At their own expense airline reservations are being booked, and a Punta Arenas hotel will house the team.

Braveheart left New Zealand on August 20 th to meet her contractual obligations in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, including VP6R Pitcairn Island DX-pedition, first stop Papeete, French Polynesia. She will return home sometime in April, 2020.

Fundraising

The inconvenient truth is amateur radio DXpeditions to the Southern Ocean, and other rare
entities that require a ship charter, are expensive. While the team members will shoulder much of the cost of the project, we depend on corporate sponsors, clubs/foundations and individuals to share the cost. Ham radio is our hobby, businesses require full payment for their services. To date, 37 clubs / foundations and over 300 individuals have shown their support for the project. With 6 months before sailing we are at 48% of our fundraising goal.

A subsequent DXpedition to South Orkney Island will likely not take place for a long time. If you need South Orkney for an ATNO, band fills, or plan to play in the pileups, we would appreciate your help before we sail.

Ham Radio Events:

With the project still in the planning stage, we’ve agreed to participate at the following events:
– Ham Radio (June, 2020) Friedrichshafen, Germany
– Asia Pacific DX Convention (November, 2020) Osaka, Japan

In closing, we’ve been in contact with Silvano I2YSB of the Italian DX Team. Their recently announced DXpedition to Tanzania will not overlap our South Orkney project. Good luck to Silvano and his team.

73, Team VP8/VP8DXU
Please direct your questions to: info@sorkney.com


Update July 27: Project planning continues on schedule.

Tent Weekend:

During the weekend of July 12th seven team members and three volunteers met in Placerville, California to prepare the tents for use on South Orkney Island. Participating were team members: Dave K3EL, Les W2LK, Gene K5GS, Steve W1SRD, Walt N6XG, Mike WA6O, and Rob N7QT. Volunteers Kevin K6TD and Bob W1RH helped with the preparation and Doris K0BEE prepared meals for the three days the team was doing the work. Temperatures hovered around 100 degrees Fahrenheit (37C), much different than the next location where these tents will be deployed. These are the same tents that were used by VP8ORK 2011 South Orkney and, with a different configuration,KH1/KH7Z 2018 Baker Island DX-pedition. Kevin K6TD having previously assembled the tents on Baker Island offered his assistance to the team. We unpacked and inventoried all the parts, assembled the tents, and marked key components for faster installation on the island. The inside and outside of each tent were power-washed and treated with a disinfectant to avoid inadvertent introduction of non-native species. Flooring was constructed using approved materials, assembled and integrated with the tents. After this trial run the flooring was disassembled, power washed, and disinfected. Everything was packed and wrapped in waterproof tarps, ready for transport to our customs broker. Pictures of the weekend activities are at: https://sorkney.com/tent-weekend/

Band / Mode Addition:

We added 60m FT8 to the operating plan.

Fundraising:

Team members made their 2nd payment to the project, and our 2nd payment to the Braveheart was processed. As of this writing, 33 clubs / foundations and 273 individuals have shown their support for the project. While we’re making progress, we have a long way to go to reach the goal of 50% team member funding of the estimated project cost of ~$325,000(USD). Please keep in mind, serious DXpeditions, especially those in the Southern Ocean, must pay the bills before leaving home, we are no exception. If you need South Orkney for an ATNO, or plan to work us, we would appreciate your help.

Ham Radio Events:

Please look for us at the Pacific Northwest DX Convention, Everett, Washington in August.

73, Team VP8/VP8DXU


Update June 28: Project planning continues on schedule.

Corporate Sponsors:
A key component of any serious DX-pedition is the equipment. Joining our corporate sponsor team are:

WiMo:
We are pleased to announce that WiMo Antennen und Elektronik Gmb, Herxheim, Germany will sponsor the HF Yagi antennas by providing a complement of antennas from their EAntenna product line.

Spiderbeam:
Returning as a sponsor is Spiderbeam GmbH, Spremberg, Germany. As with our previous DX-pedition projects, Spiderbeam will provide their line of high-quality fiberglass and aluminum telescoping masts. We are happy to again welcome Spiderbeam to another PDXG project.

Tent Weekend:
Scheduled for July 12 – 15, 2019 in Placerville, California is our tent assembly project. Over 2,300 pounds (1,050kg) of WeatherPort extreme weather tents and supporting equipment was shipped to California from Illinois and Georgia. We appreciate the assistance from: Don N1DG, Craig K9CT, Bob K4UEE and Rick N4HU in making these tents available to our project, and Mark KJ6EUO for his assistance in receiving and storing the shipment in California.

We will unpack, inspect, make any necessary repairs and repack the tents. To minimize island setup time, we will construct and “kit” the tent bases / flooring in California.

Band / Mode Addition:
We added 80m SSB to the operating plan.

Fundraising:
Our fundraising campaign continues. The next payment to Braveheart is due in July and our shipping budget of $25,000(USD) is tracking close to plan. As of this writing, 30 clubs / Foundations and 236 individuals have shown their support to the project.

We have a long way to go in order to reach the goal of 50% team member funding of the estimated project cost of $325,000(USD). If you need South Orkney for an ATNO, or plan to work us, we would appreciate your help, expenses must be paid before we sail.

Many of the current individual donors have supported our previous DX-peditions whether they needed the entity or not. We appreciate the confidence they’ve shown in our team, and invite others to sign on.

Ham Radio Events:
We enjoyed meeting many DXers at Ham Com Dallas, Friedrichshafen, Germany and the Arizona ARRL State Convention, Prescott. Please look for us at the Pacific Northwest DX Convention, Everett, Washington in August.

73, Team VP8/VP8DXU


Update May 26: Thanks to the Northern Ohio Amateur Radio Society, Northern Ohio DX Association, Ohio/Penn PacketCluster Network, the AB5K's AR Clusters Network and K5GS for the following DX information.

For Immediate Release Press Release #3 May 26, 2019

Project plans continue to be developed. The radio and antenna strategies are complete and work is underway building detailed project plans and sourcing equipment.

Call Sign: We will use the call sign: VP8/VP8DXU

Corporate Sponsors: A key component of any serious DX-pedition is the radio equipment. We are pleased to announce that Elecraft is again partnering with us as a major equipment sponsor.  Elecraft will provide fully featured K3s transceivers,

KPA-500 amplifiers and P3 Panadapters. Elecraft has been a trusted supplier of all Perseverance DX Group (PDXG) projects, we appreciate their continued support and sponsorship.

Our other corporate sponsors include: DX Engineering, Arlan Communications (RadioSport) and Rig Expert.

Tent Weekend: Scheduled for the 2nd weekend of July in Placerville, California is our tent assembly project. We will unpack, inspect, make any necessary repairs and repack the 3 tents we acquired for this project. To minimize island setup time, we will construct and ?kit? the tent bases / flooring in California. The tents and flooring will then be disassembled and repacked for sea shipment.

 

Fundraising: We received significant financial support from the Northern California DX Foundation, the German DX Foundation and the Far East DX-Ploiters. As of this writing a total of 29 clubs/foundations have committed to support the project and 178 individuals have shown their support. This is a good start, but we still have a long way to go in order to meet the goal of the team members funding 50% of the estimated project cost of $325,000(USD).

If you need South Orkney for an ATNO, or plan to work us, we would appre- ciate your help.

Confirmations: As with previous PDXG DX-peditions we are again offering a tiered structure for early LoTW upload (from the island) and free QSL cards at the $50 or greater level. Both offers have proven to be very popular with the DX community. Details are available at the website or by contacting us at:  info@sorkney.com

Ham Radio Events: With Visalia and Dayton behind us, one or more of our team members will be attending: Dallas Ham-Com, Ham Radio Friedrichshafen (Germany), the ARRL Arizona State Convention (Prescott, AZ) and the Pacific Northwest DX Convention. Please look for us and say hello.

We enjoyed meeting many DXers at Visalia and Dayton. The winner of the Icom 7300 (Visalia raffle) was Rick Kile, WA7BNG.

73, Team VP8/VP8DXU

Website: https://sorkney.com/

Please direct your questions to: info@sorkney.com


     

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