More details when we get them.
From R. Dillman:
Night of Nights 2013 will take place on 12 July (Pacific time). Coast stations KPH, KFS and our own KSM will be on the air. Most frequencies will be activated with vintage transmitters. Plus we have just be informed that US Coast Guard station NMC will be on the air. We hope (but can't yet confirm) that WLO and KLB will be on the air as well. This annual event, sponsored by the Maritime Radio Historical Society (MRHS), commemorates the sending of what was supposed to be the last commercial Morse message in North America. But one year and one minute later we returned KPH to the air, picking up the thread and keeping the faith with the men and women who went before us and made the profession of radiotelegrapher one of honor and skill. Every year since that first Night of Nights we have recognized and honored our heritage by returning these stations to the air on all marine frequencies from MF to HF. And our amateur station, K6KPH, will be on the air as well. You can receive full information including the transmitters and antennas in use for each frequency by subscribing to our electronic Newsletter to receive the special Night of Nights 2013 Extra Edition. To subscribe go here: http://tinyurl.com/kkd662d The extra edition will be issued on the evening of Tuesday 9 July Pacific time so subscribe before then if you want to receive it. You can opt out at any time with the click of the mouse. We will send out last minute changes and signal reports by Twitter. You can join Twitter free at: https://twitter.com/ and follow us at @Radiomarine You can join us in person as well at the RCA receive site in the Point Reyes National Seashore north of San Francisco. VY 73, RD