Early last month, 13 amateur radio operators set sail from the Falklands Islands (Islas Malvinas) aboard a 31-meter-long sailboat.
The goal was as audacious as it was curious: to sail to the most remote uninhabited island on the planet, only to make contact with other radio amateurs from there.
What, at first, might seem like a rather meaningless goal – to cross one of the worst seas in the world and sail to the most remote island on the planet just to receive and send messages from there – was just the opposite for the amateur radio people, who are . . .