How To Contact Them

Contacting someone who lives on a sailboat is not an easy task. They have no telephone and it can be very difficult to keep in touch with someone without a phone. However, email has been an excellent way for them to stay in touch with friends and family.

If you want to communicate the old fashion way, you can send them mail at:

Murray and Heather Rand
37 Edwin Crescent
Tillsonburg, Ontario
Canada
N4G 5H2

Also, they use HAM radio to keep in touch with some people in Canada. They operate on 40 meters and check into the Mississauga Net (14.121 MHz at 0745) on a regular basis. Murray’s call sign is VE3ZUA and Heather’s is VE3ZUB.

Lastly, I do have a way to contact them while they are in the islands. However, this communication channel should be reserved for very serious emergencies. If you need to get in contact with them immediately, you should contact me and I will make sure that the message reaches them.

2 thoughts on “How To Contact Them

  1. It was so nice to spend time with you at H-D Cay and Spanish Wells. We are back in Fort Pierce for some upcoming visitors, then back to the Abacos in May. Thank you for your help and advice along the way. And thanks for the books – such a unique gift for or daughter and granddaughter. Fair winds and all blessings,

    Marty and Karen
    Spellbound

  2. Welcome back to the States. Spellbound will be heading back to the Abacos next week till mid-June. Then up to WI for a bit. We sent or daughter the copies of Heather’s books for Mother’s day. Back to FL in October to pursue the Thorny Path.

    We enjoyed meeting you, your help and knowledge. Perhaps we will meet again in the Bahamas. Be well, Karen and Marty “Spellbound”

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