Hurricane Jose

HWN recognizes CEWN

The Hurricane Watch Net has awarded the CEWN a certificate of appreciation for support and all efforts during the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane season.

Irma frequencies in the Caribbean

The Aruba Amateur Radio Club has a few hams doing Emcomm and H&W  traffic on Sint Maarten

The frequencies used are 7.191 MHz Lsb and 14.290 MHz Usb (20m as a backup) The call is PJ7/P43R

The Caribbean Emergency and Weather Net is on 7.188 Lsb from  12:00 UTC till 22:30 UTC with Operators on standby all day.
Some of the NC’s on are J69BB J85K J35X and many others assisting in the effort

The net has regular contact now with
Vp2EIH on Anguilla,
Vp2VFK on Tortola,
FS4WBS on Saint Martin,
possible contact to Saint Maarten via PJ7/P43R or via P43L

The IRLP/EchoLink service between Anguilla (AARC), Antigua (ARC), Saint Lucia (J6 Portbale), Aruba (AARC) has been up, also back on is Sint Maarten via the Aruba Club effort and presence.
This network gives vhf comms across all the nodes.


Net Frequencies

The Caribbean Emergency and Weather Net is currently running extended sessions.

During the day the net will be on 7.188 MHz Lsb.

In the evening and night it will be on 3.815 MHz Lsb


Our preferred Logging is NetLogger Please download it from To follow the net once installed, open Select Net and choose the Caribbean Emergency and Weather net. For our net controls a full write up is found under the Net Control listing.
Users: 2 Guests, 1 Bot
Current Visitors
  • Coordinated Universal Time
  • Caribbean Time
Net Control Roster

Trinidad & Tobago

1030z: 9Y4HW Harry
2230z: 9Z4DT John
Saint Vincent & the Grenadines

1030z: Open
2230z: Open

1030z: Open
2230z: 8P6BE Henderson
Saint Lucia

1030z: J69B Barnard
2230z: KP2Z Tony

Saint Lucia

2230z: J69X Stephen
Saint Lucia

1030z: J69B Barnard
2230z: Open

CEWN is always looking for net control stations. please use the contact form under the Net Control menu item to apply. In times of emergency this is a very important position. It might just be the only way to communicate right after a disaster.