The S77SARA shack (kindly donated by SARA member Colin Bastienne) was moved into position last weekend
Seychelles Amateur Radio Association members will have opportunity to QSO with international radio stations during WARD-2021
It has been agreed that SARA will use the IARU Region 1 band plans to complement the Seychelles Amateur Radio Spectrum plan where-ever possible.
SARA has reached out from IARU Region 1 to IARU Region 3 and has established a regular link with the Brisbane Amateur Radio Club in Australia.
SARA and the Seychelles Government have recently come to an agreement that the Seychelles be adjusted to suit the full 40m Band Plan
The first batch of remotely invigilated exams commenced on 9th December 2020.
Our website finally receives its new domain name of SARA.SC
1st Mock Exam took place at Seychelles Maritime Academy on Mahe
Conference will last for 5 days (11th -16th 2020). There were over 250 delegates attending from Member Societies from the majority of the countries covered by the IARU Region 1.
It is first time in the History of Seychelles Amateur to receive official repeater callsign and approval from local regulator - DICT.
on 26th Sept 2020 a group of radio enthusiasts have met once again at CW Meeting Room to self-train themselves in preparation of upcoming Radio Amateur Examination.
SARA Received Grant from YASME for financial support on upcoming amateur exams.