It sounds like you have a very good QRP station, already.
I'm sure some of the guys/gals on this list will offer many good
alternative rigs and antenna systems. The only thing I would recommend is
to get the antenna as high as possible but you've already thought of
that, too. And your results with your current setup are something to be
I enjoyed operating QRP as N4QA/MM ( or should it have been /DD ? :) in
DryDock in Pernis, near Rotterdam, back in 1983 aboard M/V Sealand
Voyager/ KHRK... worked PCH many times on maritime bands.
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