QSL Routes

Logbook Of The World (LoTW)

Logs were uploaded on Monday, 07-March-2011.  You should start receiving your online confirmations very soon, depending on the efficiency of the ARRL LOTW matching service.  If you don't see your confirmation immediately, keep checking your LOTW account before contacting us.

If you have any questions or problems please email us at: LOTW@PJ7E.COM

OQSL = Online QSL Service

PLEASE NOTE: The OQSL online QSL system closed on Friday, 04-March-2011.

QSL requests can still be made via the Direct Route or by using the Logbook of the World.
(See below).


Send your direct QSL to:

Sint Maarten 2010
Box 333
Bethlehem, Georgia 30620-9989

1. If you send IRCs that expire December 31, 2009 your QSL will be answered via the bureau.

2. PLEASE make your QSO entries large, clear and readable.

3. When handwriting QSOs, please write-in only One QSO Per QSO block.  Do not try to put multiple QSO’s in one QSO block.  They are often difficult or impossible to read.  If you have to use more than one QSL card (or piece of paper) to list all of your QSOs, then do it.  This only applies to hand-written QSOs.  If you use QSO labels, there should be no problem.

4. Please list QSO data in date/band order.

5. All direct QSL requests must contain a self addressed envelope (SAE or SASE) and sufficient return postage or NEW (not expired) IRCs.

6. QSL requests that are received without an SAE or return postage will be answered via the bureau

7. Bureau QSLs will be answered three times a year.

8. Requests for individual cards for each band/mode QSO will be accomodated after the bulk processing is completed.


Bureau requests should be sent via the ARRL QSL Bureau.


Sorry, but we will not be able to confirm QSOs via the eQSL system.

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