Hatteras Island will be a stop at the first annual American Windsurfing Tour. The tour will start at the Waddell Creek beach just south of San Francisco in May. Next stop will be in Southern Oregon in June followed by Punta San Carlos on Mexico’s Baja peninsula in July or August. Hatteras Island is the next stop with Hatteras Wave Jam in September. The tour will finish off in October in Maui at Ho’okipa Beach Park.
Dreaming of ways to have fun during your upcoming Hatteras Island vacation? There are plenty of adventures waiting in the Atlantic Ocean and Pamlico Sound, from kiteboarding and surfing to kayaking and stand up paddle boarding. Discover the amazing world of Hatteras Island water sports on your next Surf or Sound Realty vacation.
All of us at Surf or Sound Realty are excited to announce the launch of our community blog, dedicated to all things Hatteras Island. As we progress in the coming months, we’ll provide you with an ocean of information to help you prepare for your upcoming vacation, learn about upcoming special events, and most importantly, give you an insider’s look at this unique little stretch of the Outer Banks.
We’ll take you behind the scenes of some of the area’s best restaurants and favorite businesses, give you a guided tour of some of the most popular attractions, and lead you off the beaten path to little known destinations that even some of the locals haven’t discovered yet. Continue reading
From kayaking to kiteboarding, the island was made for those who just can’t stay out of the wind or water. It’s no wonder that thousands of people flock to the island from all over the world for its exceptional weather and water conditions, both on and off the beaches.
New to the island sporting scene? Then pick a sport, grab some gear, and get ready for a little exercise. Remember that equipment and lessons are available up and down the island at renowned local surf and sport shops, like Kitty Hawk Kites, REAL Kiteboarding, Avon Surf Shop, and Hatteras Island Board Sports. Call before you arrive to reserve a lesson or equipment rental, or simply stop by for information once you’re on the island. Continue reading