Since Sunday, October 30, 2016 Radio Mi Amigo have their own shortwave frequency of 6085 kHz and extended a daily broadcasts from 9 in the morning until 6 o'clock in the evening. The transmitter is in Germany and is in my location very good to hear: Radio Mi Amigo 6085 kHz.mp3. More information from the short-wave broadcasts of Mi Amigo can be found here: http://www.radiomiamigointernational.com/english/news.html. All the correct reception reports are answered with a new a QSL-card. The address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Radio Paradise FM is not an official radiostation and transmitting from time to time from a location of the eastern part of Belgium by occasional hobby purposes. The 1440 kHz she have chosen because it is not longer needed after the final shutdown of Radio Luxembourg. Also it is European-wide common known. An identification you can hear it here: Radio Paradise 1440 kHz.mp3. Radio Paradise was also heard meanwhile by other DX-ers in North and South Europe during last time. The QSL address is email@example.com.
When I heard the NDB “3FEI3” of the “Seajacks Hydra”, was the vessel/platform located in the Outer Harbour at Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom. That is about 100 nautical miles/185 km away of my location. The Reception was moderate: NDB 3FEI3 12.07.16 - 11.00 UTC.mp3. The captain of the Hydra confirmed my reception report by stamp and sign the home made QSL. He sent me also a friendly and personal letter!