Z being 5 hours ahead of local Bahamas time.
So 10:00z will be 05:00 local time.
Was originally written when conditions were a lot better though.
SUMMARY OF BANDS / TIMES IN BERU
10:00z 3.5 MHz VE, Other Carib, VK for first few minutes
10:30z 7 MHz VE, VK
11:30z 14 MHz G, VE, Other Carib
12:30z 21MHz Med,
12:35z 14 MHz G, VE
13:00z 21 MHz VE, G, Africa other Carib
14:00z still 21 MHz, as above + VP8 also wkd on 28 MHz
14:30z 28 MHz Short opening to VE, Africa
14:45z 21 MHz VE, G, Africa
15:00 – 18:00z Mostly 21 MHz, but short spells on 28 MHz to VE
18:00 14 MHz G, VE
20:00 28 MHz short opening to VE7, ZL
20:00-22:00 14, 21, 28 short openings, VE, VK, ZL, Africa
22:00 7 MHz G, VE, 9M2,
22:45-23:00 14 MHz VE6, VE7
23:00-23:45 21, 28 MHz VK, ZL Short reliable opening
23:45 7 MHz G, VE
00:15 3.5 MHz
00:30 21 MHz VK Very short opening
01:00 7 MHz G, VE
01:15 3.5 MHz G Very fast rate
01:40 7 MHz G Very fast rate
02:30 3.5 MHz G, VE, Mediterranean
03:30 7 MHz VE, Mediterranean
03:45 14 MHz ZL, VK Short reliable opening
04:00 3.5 MHz G
04:20 14 MHz ZL, VK
04:40 3.5 MHz G, VE very strong
06:50 7 MHz G VE, Very fast rate
09:00 until end 7 or 3.5 MHz Very slow, VE, VK on grayline in last few minutes
As QRP don't think it will matter but if there are any sunspots there might be an opening to G on 28 MHz between 13:00 and 18:00 and another opening to G on 21 MHz. I'll also try to grab any other local stations at that time.
Advised that whenever rate slows it is important to check other bands,
especially during the night, as there are often short unpredicted
openings. I'll have a second KX3 and couple SDR's so might 'park those on the non active bands so can spot 'openings'.
Unless find out otherwise I should be the only C6 QRV in BERU which will make me an immediate multiplier for many but I need to watch out for others like V31GX who will be the same for me those QSO will effect scores.