The team and all equipment left Bluff on the very southern most point of New Zealand's south island today en-route to Campbell Island.
A journey of up to 60 hours on the Great Southern Ocean, before they reach the UNESCO World Heritage Campbell Island IOTA (OC-037) / World Flora and Fauna radio award (ZLFF-019) DXCC most wanted No. 11.
ZL9HR will be active on all bands from 160m to 6m as soon as the antennas are up and the equipment installed from 28th November to 9th December 2012.
So if you want to contact the guys please remember from Wednesday to point any beams in Campbell Island direction. Here's hoping for mild weather for the sea trip and good propagation for the event.
DX'Pedition's website - http://www.zl9hr.com<