|Radio America QSL card from 1966|
|Radio Americas Map|
|Swan Island Postcard 1961|
Swan Island Radio eventually became The Voice of America and moved to Miami. Since then ownership of the island has been transferred to Honduras, which maintains a navigation beacon, or at least did. A few scientists and cruisers visit occasionally.
|Rotating Navigation Beacon Light 1986 Edwin P. Cutler|
|Dr. Sylvia Earle Explores a coral reef at Swan Island, (c) Kip Evans Photography 2011|
|Aerial View of the Swan Islands, (c) Kip Evans Photography 2011|
We are looking east. Big Swan is in the foreground, Little Swan in back.
|cGPS site CN18 on Swan Island, Honduras. Photo by Michael Fend, UNAVCO 2014|
Used to measure Caribbean plate movement
|Aerial view of Swan Island, Honduras. Photo by Michael Fend, UNAVCO 2014|
|Living quarters for the Honduran navy while stationed on Swan Island|
2015 Barbara Duhn
|Honduran sailors on the wharf|
|Radio Havana had a page with this map, but it's been deleted.|