Marine Investment Co. Inc. (registered in Grand Bahama) leased the ship from Panavess Inc. of Panama and purchased the broadcasting equipment.
Advertising sales were handled by a British-registered company, Radlon (Sales) Ltd
5th December 1964 and 18th December 1964 (test transmissions)
23rd December 1964
(regular transmissions from 6.00am)
14th August 1967 (3.00pm)
(from 23rd December 1964)
Top 40 (known as the Fab 40)
Records were allocated to one of three categories which were played on a rotation basis each hour. Category A were the top ten records of the week, Category B were the remainder of the Top 40 and Category C were new releases. There were also slots in the rotation for LP tracks and Flashbacks (old Fab 40 hits).