Channel 01 - Mt Stokes
Coverage extends from Cape Farewell in the south to Cape Egmont in the north and the east coast from Cape Palliser to Cape Campbell, most of the Marlborough Sounds, Golden Bay, Tasman Bay, Wellington and Cook Strait. At times this channel may be workable outside these perimeters.
Channel 04 - Drumduan
Covers Tasman Bay including some of the western side of D'Urville Island. This channel was previously channel 28 but on 15 July 2018 it changed to channel 04. Channel 04 is permanently linked to channels 60 and 65 - this means that any transmission made on channel 04 is heard simultaneously on channel 65 and 60, and vice versa.
Channel 05 - Single Hill
Sinle Hill is southeast from Ward and the channel covers the east coast from Cape Campbell south to Clarence and sometimes further south. Channel 05 is permanently linked to channel 63 - this means that any transmission made on channel 05 is heard simultaneously on channel 63, and vice versa. MNMRA also has an AIS receiver on site which feeds data into the Marine Traffic website.
Channel 60 - Mt Burnett
Covers Golden Bay including the western side of D'Urville Island and down the west coast as far as Kahurangi Point.. Channel 60 is permanently linked to channels 04 and 65 - this means that any transmission made on channel 60 is heard simultaneously on channel 65 and 04, and vice versa.
Channel 63 - Mt Kahikatea
Covers Queen Charlotte Sound, Port Underwood, Cook Strait, south to Cape Campbell, Kapiti, Mana and also parts of Kenepuru and Pelorus Sounds.
Channel 65 - Paradise Reserve
Covers Kenepuru and Pelorus Sounds, Havelock, D'Urville, western Cook Strait, parts of Tasman Bay, Golden Bay and large sections of Queen Charlotte Sound. Channel 65 is permanently linked to channels 04 and 60.
Channel 66 - Mt Stokes
Coverage area is similar to Channel 01. This repeater is for commercial use only and is not operator monitored.
These channels belong to the members of the Association. If you know of someone using these channels who is not a member, please encourage them to join. Otherwise you will be subsidising their contribution to our operating costs! If you would like us to contact them in a friendly way please let us know.