Outer Banks Water Sports
With the Outer Banks surrounded by water, it’s no wonder that water sports abound. The open waters of the sound are great locations for motorized watercraft including jet skis and boats, but take care as it is very shallow in some places. Surfing, Jet skis, kayaks, wind surfing, parasailing, and paddle boarding can be found in many different areas along the Outer Banks. The sound’s calm waters and many lagoons are perfect for kayaking. There are several launches in the area and kayaking is a great opportunity to take in the abundant wildlife in our area. Cranes, osprey and many birds frequent the Outer Banks and can be spotted with little effort. The shallow water and consistent wind conditions make windsurfing one of the top sports here. Kite boarding and paddle boarding are becoming popular and the ocean is a great place to try these newest activities.
Corolla Parasail or Duck Parasail -- Your entire family will enjoy this relaxing flight and the breathtaking panoramic views of Corolla, Duck, the Currituck Sound and the Atlantic Ocean! Begin your adventure sitting down on the back deck of the boat and let your Captain and First Mate do the rest, as you fly comfortably over the beautiful Outer Banks. Fly high above the iconic Currituck Lighthouse and Whale Head Club in Corolla or cruise above the beautiful historic town of Duck.
Phone: Corolla 252-453-6900 Duck 252-261-4200
Kitty Hawk Surf Company -- With 6 locations from Corolla to Nags Head, Kitty Hawk Sports not only sells equipment and clothing but also offers Kayak Tours, Parasailing, Surf and Paddleboad lessons.
Nor'Banks Watersports -- Located on the Soundfront in Duck (near the water tower) Nor'Banks offers sailing, parasailing, waverunners, paddleboards and motorboats.
Kitty Hawk Watersports --Offers Jet Ski Rentals, Kiteboarding and Windsurfing Lessons, Kayak Tours, Parasailing and more. Located in Nags Head MP 16