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Okay, so I wasn’t at Friedrichshafen for 2022 and to be honest, it would’ve been nice but it wasn’t in my plans for this year. However I am aware that most UK Hams fly to Zurich (Switzerland), get a train from there to Romanshorn, then get the ferry across Lake Constance to Friedrichshafen. Is that the quickest and less hassle route? Yes I guess it is as so many choose to use it. However for me next year 2023, I will be taking the Eurostar service to Paris, then a train from Paris to Stuttgart for a couple of nights, then the train from Stuttgart to Friedrichshafen for three nights, then up to Heidelberg for a further two nights then back to Stuttgart for our train to Paris then home, takes longer but a whole lot better than flying (don’t like flying). I will add lots of information regarding booking etc and after we’ve been I will add lots of photos and add a YouTube video on my YouTube channel, right here Visit the Friedrichshafen Hamfests website Here
Friedrichshafen Hamfest
A few years ago TX Factor reported from the Friedrichshafen Hamfest you can watch their video below, but at the end of it BOB say’s We’ll definately be here again next year but I guess there just wasn’t enough funding which is a tremendous shame. From what I gather Friedrichshafen Hamfest has been around for many years, growing in stature and in size every year, attendances high and well attended by the big Ham radio companies (although Yaesu didn’t attend this year? Strange that one).
A few years ago TX Factor reported from the Friedrichshafen Hamfest you can watch their video below, but at the end of it BOB say’s We’ll definately be here again next year but I guess there just wasn’t enough funding which is a tremendous shame. From what I gather Friedrichshafen Hamfest has been around for many years, growing in stature and in size every year, attendances high and well attended by the big Ham radio companies (although Yaesu didn’t attend this year? Strange that one).
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Okay, so I wasn’t at Friedrichshafen for 2022 and to be honest, it would’ve been nice but it wasn’t in my plans for this year. However I am aware that most UK Hams fly to Zurich (Switzerland), get a train from there to Romanshorn, then get the ferry across Lake Constance to Friedrichshafen. Is that the quickest and less hassle route? Yes I guess it is as so many choose to use it. However for me next year 2023, I will be taking the Eurostar service to Paris, then a train from Paris to Stuttgart for a couple of nights, then the train from Stuttgart to Friedrichshafen for three nights, then up to Heidelberg for a further two nights then back to Stuttgart for our train to Paris then home, takes longer but a whole lot better than flying (don’t like flying). I will add lots of information regarding booking etc and after we’ve been I will add lots of photos and add a YouTube video on my YouTube channel, right here Visit the Friedrichshafen Hamfests website Here
Friedrichshafen Hamfest
A few years ago TX Factor reported from the Friedrichshafen Hamfest you can watch their video below, but at the end of it BOB say’s We’ll definately be here again next year but I guess there just wasn’t enough funding which is a tremendous shame. From what I gather Friedrichshafen Hamfest has been around for many years, growing in stature and in size every year, attendances high and well attended by the big Ham radio companies (although Yaesu didn’t attend this year? Strange that one).