• Bouvet Island issued licences

    licenses are valid as of 25 January 2017: 3Y0G Granted to ON4WW, valid from 1 January 2017 to 30 April 2017. 3Y0Z Granted to LA6VM, valid from 1 December 2017 to 30 April 2018. 3Y0H Granted to RA9USU, valid from 1 January 2018 to 28 February 2018.
  • 3Y0G Bouvet Island

    International Team of Radio Amateurs planning to be active from Bouvet Island, IOTA AN - 002 in February 2017 as 3Y0G. More information will be available soon. Owner of 3Y0G call sign is Mark ON4WW. DXCC Country - Bouvet Island 3Y. WAZ Zone - CQ 38.
  • The Bouvet Island Boat Mystery

    Bouvet Island is a 19 square mile piece of land in the South Atlantic which is covered in glacial ice – it is completely uninhabited for obvious reasons. The island is known to be the most remote island on the planet – the closest land is an area of ...
  • Bouvet Island DXpedition Team Secures Landing Permit

    The Bouvet Island DXpedition team has announced that its permit to land on Bouvet Island for a DXpedition has been updated, revised, and approved by the Norsk Polar Institute. The 3Y0Z call sign will hit the airwaves in early 2018. Bouvet is the second ...
  • 3Y0 Bouvet Island Activation Planned

    Three proven and experienced DXpedition leaders and a large team of operators have announced plans to activate Bouvet Island (Bouvetøya), the number 2 most-wanted DXCC entity in late 2017 or early 2018. Ralph Fedor, K0IR, Bob Allphin, K4UEE and Erling ...
  • Bouvet Island: hopes for 2016!

    From what is reported by DxWorld in these days the Norwegian Polar Institute has given the opportunity to an amateur radio operator to be able to be part of the Norwegian Antarctic mission to Bouvet Island in 2016 for a period of three months, from mid ...
  • Check out: The Abandoned Boat of Bouvet Island

    Bouvet Island lies in the furthest reaches of the storm-wracked Southern Ocean, far south even of the Roaring Forties. It is a speck of ice in the middle of a freezing fastness: a few square miles of uninhabited volcanic basalt groaning under several ...
  • The Mystery Boat of Bouvet Island

    Bouvet Island is 1,700 kilometers from Antarctica, and further away from anywhere else. The island is a volcano covered with a glacier. The few expeditions to explore it were many years apart, and some of those explorers never set foot on Bouvet Island ...
  • Bouvet Island: the world’s most isolated place

    Stop scratching your head, I’ll tell you where you’ve heard of Bouvet Island. It was there in the 2004 movie Alien vs. Predator, and figures prominently in the book A Grue of Ice by Geoffrey Jenkins. The reason I bring this island up, is because its ...
  • Bouvet Island

    Bouvet Island is located at 54°26S 3°24E / 54.433°S 3.4°E / -54.433; 3.4. It is 49 km2 (19 sq mi) in area, 93% of which is covered by glaciers, which block the south and east coasts.[4] A number of rocks and very small satellite islands lie offshore ...