The Hatteras / Ocracoke ferry is one of the most popular of the seven coastal ferry routes that are orchestrated and managed by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT.) Open for everyone, with daily runs that occur 365 days a year, the short 40-45 minute island-hopping ferry provides an integral link for Ocracoke Island to the rest of the Outer Banks, and provides visitors of all seasons with an exciting way to enjoy a coastal day trip. For a little bit of completely free entertainment, hop aboard via car, truck, bike or even just on foot, and discover a scenic boat ride that's just as thrilling as discovering the island of Ocracoke itself.
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From fishing charters to marine supplies, Oden’s Dock in Hatteras village has something for every Hatteras Island visitor who loves the open waters. Situated on the edge of the Pamlico Sound and an easy cruise away from Hatteras Inlet, Oden’s Dock offers some of the easiest access to the Gulf Stream on the Outer Banks, as well as miles more for mariners and everyday visitors alike.
Oden’s Dock has been family run and operated for decades, and is a full-service marina that features a host of amenities for visiting mariners and everyday explorers. The ship’s store has everything that on-the-water visitors require to enjoy the island, including bait and tackle, as well as fish cleaning services, and an on-site seafood market. Oden’s Dock is home to a large charter fishing fleet for visitors who want to head offshore to real in the big catches, as well as head boat vessels, the Miss Hatteras and Captain Clam, for visitors who want a shorter but no less enjoyable fishing adventure. Boat slips and outdoor adventures are also awaiting at the docks, and the site is wonderfully close to a number of restaurants and shops, which makes it a fine place to drop anchor, unwind, and enjoy Hatteras village’s vibrant fishing scene.
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