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Ocracoke is a must see. You can catch the free ferry over to the island in Hatteras. Plan on at least a 1/2 day or more. Ocracoke is very laid back and has some great places to eat and small shops to visit. Our personal favorites are Jason’s Restaurant and The Pirates Chest for souvenirs.
45 minute drive to Swan Quarter ferry, 2.5 hour ferry ride to Ocracoke Island.
Nice long day trip with a ferry ride to see Blackbeard's ole stomping grounds. Get to the ferry dock early though if you want to beat the lines.
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“The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse protects one of the most hazardous sections of the Atlantic Coast. Offshore of Cape Hatteras, the Gulf Stream collides with the Virginia Drift, a branch of the Labrador Current from Canada. This current forces southbound ships into a dangerous twelve-mile long sandbar called Diamond Shoals. Hundreds and possibly thousands of shipwrecks in this area have given it the reputation as the Graveyard of the Atlantic. The Cape Hatteras Light Station is located near Cape Hatteras, its namesake, which is roughly in the middle of Cape Hatteras National Seashore. The street address is: 46379 Lighthouse Road Buxton, North Carolina 27920”
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“Grab a cup of Joe and baked good. Sip it outside with your fur baby by your side. ”
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“Aquarium! Live animal encounters, feedings, a 285,000-gallon shark tank, interactive exhibits, films & more. Hours: open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily The STAR Center is open 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily *Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day **Tickets available online: ncaquariums.com Admission: Adults (Ages 13-61): $12.95 Seniors (Ages 62 and older): $11.95 Military: $11.95 Children (Ages 3-12): $10.95 Ages 2 and younger and NC Aquarium Society Members: FREE”
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