After working at her family’s seaside resort, an Atlantic Beach native went off to culinary school, then returned home to open a restaurant of her own. Decades later, Amos Mosquito’s is a treasured mainstay.
In the village of Corolla, a different kind of lodging stands out from the weeklong rentals typical of the northern Outer Banks. Guests might only stay there for a night or two, but in that short amount of time, the Corolla Village Inn feels like home.
Our boat towns are beloved by sailors and powerboaters, cruisers and trawlers. And the best part of all: Every one of these classic boat towns is just as hospitable to folks who don’t know port from starboard. Welcome aboard.
For a new view of North Carolina, leave the land behind. A journey by boat unlocks hidden worlds, helping us see another side of our state — within the marshes, creeks, rivers, and sounds — and leaving fond memories in its wake.
From the deck of a boat, a sunset over the water is even more spectacular. With gentle waves as the stage, charismatic captains as the cast, and an orange glow as the backdrop, these evening cruises put on a show that’s sure to impress.