Hatteras North Carolina

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alphabetical listing


ATLANTIC BEACH

 

AVON BEACH

 

BALDHEAD ISLAND

 

BEAUFORT

 

BUXTON

 

CALABASH

 

CAROLINA BEACH

 

CAROVA

 

CASWELL BEACH

 

CEDAR ISLAND

 

COROLLA BEACH

 

DUCK

 

EMERALD ISLE

 

FORT FISHER

 

FRISCO

 

HAMMOCKS BEACH

 

HATTERAS

 

HOLDEN BEACH

 

INDIAN BEACH

 

KILL DEVIL HILLS

 

KITTY HAWK

 

KURE BEACH

 

NAGS HEAD

 

NORTH TOPSAIL BEACH

 

OAK ISLAND

 

OCEAN ISLE BEACH

 

OCRACOKE

 

PEA ISLAND

 

PINE KNOLL SHORES

 

ROANOKE ISLAND

 

RODANTHE

 

SALVO

 

SANDERLING

 

SHALLOTTE

 

SOUTHERN SHORES

 

SOUTHPORT

 

SUNSET BEACH

 

SURF CITY

 

TOPSAIL BEACH

 

TOPSAIL ISLAND

 

WAVES

 

WILMINGTON

 

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH

 

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welcome to hatteras nc

Hatteras is an unincorporated community , on Hatteras Island of the Outer Banks.Located between Frisco and Ocracoke, it is south of the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse in Buxton. The inlet that the ferries use is Hatteras Inlet.

 

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse at Hatteras Village Hatteras is best known as a fishing and vacation destination. This community offers ample recreation, sightseeing, and remote relaxation especially on its beautiful beaches. Watersports are popular on both the ocean-side and the sound-side of the village.

 

On the protected Pamlico Sound side of the island watersports such as windsurfing, kayaking, kiteboarding, and swimming are all readily available and accessible. Fishing is a major source of recreation as well as revenue in Hatteras. In shore charters are available to fish in the Pamlico Sound.

 

Deep Sea Charters

are also available at Hatteras Harbor Marina and Oden's Dock. Deep sea trips to the warm waters of the Gulf Stream are popular, to fish for blue, white marlin, tuna, wahoo and mahi mahi. It takes approximately one and a half to two hours to reach the Gulf Stream from Hatteras Inlet.

 

Pamlico Sound, which separates Hatteras and Ocracoke Islands, is one of the largest estuarine systems in the world and offers an almost limitless variety of fishing opportunities

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 Carolina Coastal Living 2014