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Outer Banks Cruises Featured
Hop aboard the Captain Johnny for a “guaranteed” dolphin watch in protected waters off the Outer Banks. Offering early morning research cruises, Granpa’s crab and shrimp charter, a pelican island cruise and a sunset dolphin watch. Enjoy eco-nature tours or charter a private sound safari tour and learn fascinating history about ...
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The 20+ mile self-drive is led by your personal guide into such areas as the Wild Horse Sanctuary set aside for habitat enhancement. Learn about the horses, their history and local lore. Unscheduled sightings of other species of wildlife can occur.0 reviews
Join the experts for the Trip of a Lifetime, just $45 per adult, $20 per child. Includes a 2-hour trip with a wild horse specialist to see the Spanish Mustangs on the northern beaches. All proceeds benefit the wild horses.0 reviews
The Crystal Dawn—a 65-foot head boat offering inlet and sound fishing, evening cruises, Purple Martin excursions. The Country Girl—a 57-foot boat offering offshore wreck fishing and gulfstream charters. Both boats have the latest electronic equipment.0 reviews
With our wide, sandy beaches and refreshing waters, the Currituck Outer Banks is a popular vacation destination. Rich in history, the region is ideal for golfers, families and honeymooners. Sample the fruit of our vineyards and observe the wild mustangs.0 reviews
This spectacular 1,000 foot long concrete pier is incredibly eco-friendly and a great educational experience. Check out the wind turbines and displays about how the pier operates using green energy. Fishing, day camps and daily classes. The pier also hosts several competitions - surf, kayak and volleyball. Gift shop and event rentals.1 reviews