It's always nice to get something new and I was delighted to see stations from Russia and Iceland making it through. I had the ALA 1530 pointing a bit more to the north so that probably explains it a bit. 

2238 UTC - Coast station: Floroe MRCC Stavanger] (Norway)
2257 UTC - Coast station: Coruna MRCC Finisterre, MRSC Coruna] (Spain)
2303 UTC - Coast station: Reykjavik MRCC Coastal/Oceanic] (Iceland) (New)
0015 UTC - Coast station: Kaliningrad MRSC Kaliningrad] (Russian Federation) (New)
0214 UTC - Coast station: Valentia MRCC Dublin, MRSC Valentia] (Ireland)
0239 UTC - Coast station: Taman MRCC Novorossiysk] (Russian Federation) (New)
0550 UTC - Coast station: MRSC Stornoway MRSC Stornoway] (United Kingdom)

<Selective call to a particular individual station>
Called MMSI station address: 246330000 [Ship] (Netherlands)
Category: Safety
MMSI self-identifier: 002320024 [Coast station: MRSC Stornoway MRSC Stornoway] (United Kingdom)
Telecommand 1: Test
Telecommand 2: No information
Neither RX/TX frequencies nor position supplied
Check Sum: OK
Date and time of decoding: 05/12/2012 05:50:36
<Selective call to a particular individual station>
Called MMSI station address: 002734411 [Coast station: Novorossiysk MRCC Novorossiysk] (Russian Federation)
Category: Routine
MMSI self-identifier: 002734446 [Coast station: Taman MRCC Novorossiysk] (Russian Federation)
Telecommand 1: F3E/G3E All modes telephony
Check Sum: OK
Date and time of decoding: 05/12/2012 02:39:02

<Selective call to a particular individual station>
Called MMSI station address: 250001999 [Ship] (Ireland)
Category: Safety
MMSI self-identifier: 002500200 [Coast station: Valentia MRCC Dublin, MRSC Valentia] (Ireland)
Telecommand 1: Test
Telecommand 2: No information
Neither RX/TX frequencies nor position supplied
Check Sum: OK
Date and time of decoding: 05/12/2012 02:14:32
<Selective call to a particular individual station>
Called MMSI station address: 236262000 [Ship] (Gibraltar (United Kingdom))
Category: Safety
MMSI self-identifier: 002734417 [Coast station: Kaliningrad MRSC Kaliningrad] (Russian Federation)
Telecommand 1: Test
Telecommand 2: No information
Neither RX/TX frequencies nor position supplied
Check Sum: OK
Date and time of decoding: 05/12/2012 00:15:07

<Selective call to a group of ships in a particular geographical area>
Zone: 70°N Side=12°    040°W Side=30°
Category: Safety
MMSI self-identifier: 002510100 [Coast station: Reykjavik MRCC Coastal/Oceanic] (Iceland)
Telecommand 1: J3E telephony
Telecommand 2: No information
Neither RX/TX frequencies nor position supplied
Check Sum: OK
Date and time of decoding: 04/12/2012 23:03:55

<Selective call to a particular individual station>
Called MMSI station address: 304217000 [Ship] (Antigua and Barbuda)
Category: Safety
MMSI self-identifier: 002241022 [Coast station: Coruna MRCC Finisterre, MRSC Coruna] (Spain)
Telecommand 1: Test
Telecommand 2: No information
Neither RX/TX frequencies nor position supplied
Check Sum: OK
Date and time of decoding: 04/12/2012 22:57:05

<Selective call to a particular individual station>
Called MMSI station address: 273333020 [Ship] (Russian Federation)
Category: Safety
MMSI self-identifier: 002570500 [Coast station: Floroe MRCC Stavanger] (Norway)
Telecommand 1: Test
Telecommand 2: No information
Neither RX/TX frequencies nor position supplied
Check Sum: OK
Date and time of decoding: 04/12/2012 22:38:31
 





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    My GMDSS logs (DSC) are for Coastal stations only. I do not do ships because the reality is you can never be too sure where the broadcast actually originates from. With Coastal stations we know exactly where they are.

    Evenings I tune to 2187.5 with The Icom R75 and Perseus. I use the ALA which you can see on the left. daytime I tune to 16804.5, 12577 and 8414.5. You can see the Inverted V I use to monitor these HF frequencies

    My current number of countries heard are:
    2187.5 -   xxx
    8414.5 -   xxx
    12577 -    xxx
    16804.5 - xxx