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Weather Station Destroyed! The USCG has let us know the station was destroyed and unrecoverable. We are working with the USCG to find an alternate location.

Ocracoke Island is part of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore and only 800 acres of the island are private land. Ocracoke is 15 miles long and 1 to 2 miles wide. There is no ocean front developement on Ocracoke. There are less than 1500 year round residents but it is a day trip destination for many of the tourist visiting the northern Outer Banks. Ocracoke Island offers soundside flat water or ocean wave conditions depending on wind direction. Northeast wind is side on in the sound. Southwest winds are side onshore on the Ocracoke ocean side. Soundside sailing is in shallow 1 to 4 feet of water.
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 Season: All seasons are good for kiting. Summer is generally southwest winds and Winter brings North winds. 
 Water: late Summer over 80 degrees and Winter lows lower 50's. 
 Ability Level: Beginner to Pro depending on conditions and many locations. 
 Familiness: 2007 Best beach in America rating. 
 Parking: Driving is permitted on some parts of the beach. 
 Launch: Flat sand oceanside. Tricky marsh access on the sound side. 

Ocracoke Island is accessable by ferry only from Hatteras Island (40 min.)or from the mainland via the Cedar Island ferry or the Swan Quarter ferry (2+ hrs.).

This station transmitter is located on a nav aid (14BF) 3 miles from the village on the open sound. The readings are generally very acurate except if you are kitng on the Ocean side of Ocracoke Island where it tends to be a little bit less than what the station is reporting.

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