UPDATE – Tomorrow (April 12) is the last full day of activity by the team. Teardown begins the next day. Meanwhile, the C92RU log has been updated. Add together A25RU log then a total of ~85,000 QSOs so far by the Russian DX Team.

APRIL 4, 2021 – With thanks to team leader, R7AL, who sent these pictures from Mozambique.

APRIL 3 @ 19:00Z – Vasily, R7AL informs DX-World the team arrived at Barra Beach in C9. They are very tired and currently looking (in the dark) to find best place for antennas. 

APRIL 3 @ 05:00Z by team member R9LR:

After some delay at customs, and thanks to our South African driver with his discreet driving style, we had our first overnight stay in Mozambique. During the morning (local time) we will continue our journey to the QTH.

APRIL 2 – Team leader, Vasily R7AL got in touch (April 2 @ 06:00z) to say the team’s now loading all their equipment and will soon start the 1500km journey to Mozambique. This involves crossing two borders, and will be “quite a challenge in these conditions” according to Vasily. 

We also received a couple of pictures from Vasily and a video shortly before A25RU went QRT.

Vasily, R7AL next to BEV ant. NA, EU, JA


Russian DXpedition Team (A25RU) activity from Barra Beach, Inhambane Province, Mozambique.

QRV: April 4-13, 2021

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