How You Might Be Able to Track Us Down:Cell Phone
- our number is 912 577-8941. It works while we are around Florida, etc. It also works in the Bahamas. Although, roaming charges apply and it is VERY expensive. Text messages are only $0.50 and the roaming fee for a voice call costs us about $3 per minute. So, if an emergency or something is urgently needed, do call us. If not so important, text us or email.Best Bet
- The best way to get in touch with us will be by via email (see addresses below).Skype -
We are signed up on Skype. ken.cindy.miller is our identifier. If you join, we can Skype each other at no cost. All that is needed is WIFI...which we have sometimes, and don't at other times!Snail Mail -
We have a snail mail box at a UPS store in Brunswick, Georgia, (912) 554-1513. When we get to a place we can receive mail, we call and the nice UPS store folks bundle it up for us and ships it to wherever we are. We anticipate doing this every few months. So, if you need/want to send us something – the snail mail address is:Cynthia (Cindy) Miller Kenneth (Ken) R. Miller, Jr.
139 Altama Connector, # 414Brunswick, Georgia 31525 SSB "Ham" Radio and SSB Email
(no internet accesss needed by us) - We have an SSB radio on the boat for contact at all times and in emergencies. Ken is General Class Ham operator, Cindy is a Technician Class Ham. Ken's call sign is KJ4KIA, Cindy is KJ4GUW. We can also use our SSB/Ham radio to receive emails while out of internet/wifi range. Emails to this address cannot have attachments or pictures and shouldn't be too lengthy. The SSB 24/7 email address is email@example.com
You can find our current position at:www.winlink.org/dotnet/maps/positionreportsdetail.aspx?callsign=kj4fia
Just copy the above into your internet explorer, add it to favorites and check on us frequently!Emails:
- Our email addresses are: firstname.lastname@example.org
. ONLY send emails with attachments to the kenandcindy address...we will get them when we have internet/wifi access. We love to get your pictures! We can always get emails on the SSB radio winlink email address (kj4fia)..even when no wifi signal. That address will get to us even on the water but remember NO attachments please. We also periodically check email@example.com
as a backup address, in case our others are not working for any reason. So, you may want to copy us on it as well when emailing the kenandcindy address.Emergencies
- If we are near any land, an area marina may know of us, or they might be willing to radio other boaters who may have seen us or know where we are anchored/moored. A marina may also be able to raise us via our VHF radio. Each morning, we listen to Chris Parker, www.mwxc.com
out of Lakeland, Florida (Carribbean Weather Center) for weather. Often he announces he has an emergency message for a certain boat. His listeneners are everywhere so someone may have seen us or know where we are. If you know we are in the Bahamas, "BASRA" headquartered in Nassau, is like the US Coast Guard. They may be helpful if we are in the Bahamas. If we’re in US waters, the Coast Guard nearest our location may be willing to try to raise us on the VHF radio. Area marinas, SeaTow, BoatUS, also may assist. Just tell everyone the nature of the emergency and that you are trying to contact a 42' Robertson Caine, "Leopard", sailing catamaran with aqua sail covers – named "Meant To Be", US Coast Guard Registration No. 1188210, and Brunswick, GA shown on the back as the home port.Stay in touch, keep us posted on what is happening in your lives. We are always are so happy to hear how (and what) everyone is doing!!