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Navigating the waters off the coast of Cape Hatteras can be a difficult feat, even for the most experienced sailor. Known as the Graveyard of the Atlantic, Hatteras Island’s coastal waters are well known to be the home to thousands of ships lost at sea. One of the last great shipwrecks to fall...

Everyone loves vacationing at the beach, including your pets! The beaches (ocean and sound side) of Hatteras Island welcome pets and their owners to come and enjoy the beauty that the island has to offer. To help keep our beaches clean and insure the...

Did you know there was a smaller "lighthouse" in addition to the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse?

Established in 1855, the Beacon Light was part of the Cape Hatteras Light Station that was located about a ½ mile from Cape Point. This fixed white light could be seen up to

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For more than 100 years residents of Rodanthe have celebrated two Christmases: the Christmas that comes with Santa Claus on Dec. 25, and Old Christmas, which is visited by "Old Buck" on Jan. 6. Held at Rodanthe Community Building, festivities begin on the first Saturday after Epiphany with

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Back in 1963 the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge completed construction linking Hatteras Island to the mainland. With the bridge in place, the vacation industry blossomed on Hatteras Island. Visitors wanting to enjoy the beaches and fishing now had an easy way to access the island.

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