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day at the docks=celebrating hatteras

Day at the Docks has become one of the best Outer Banks traditions around. Irene Nolan and Lynn Foster have done a great job of capturing the feel of the day in this article in the Island Free Press.

Boats ready for the blessing of the fleet at the Day at the Docks. Photo, Donnie Bowers

Boats ready for the blessing of the fleet at the Day at the Docks. Photo, Don Bowers

“After last year’s day-long deluge, the organizers of the Day at the Docks on the waterfront in Hatteras village welcomed a warm and breezy late summer day with only occasional clouds interrupting the sunshine.

A crowd estimated at between 1,500 and 2,000 people enjoyed the day, which is a celebration of Hatteras Island watermen and the culture and traditions of the island’s fishing community.”

 

A great Hatteras tradition and fun for everyone. Find out more about the Day at the Docks.

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