WSF Onboard With Last Call

Monday, September 17, 2007
Washington State Ferries has purchased the Last Call Marine system for use in every wheelhouse of their operational fleet. Last Call was developed and is manufactured by S.H. Systems of Everett, Washington.

The patent-pending Last Call Marine system records up to sixty seconds of the last transmission received, then amplifies and repeats the message with, yes, the push of a button. The unit simply plugs into the external speaker jack of most any VHF radio, and runs on 12-volt DC power. Even if the unit is powered off, Last Call Marine will save the last received message while still allowing the radio to be monitored.

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