Virtual Voyage: The Outer Banks

Intracoastal WaterwayFrom’s guide to cruising through the Outer Banks:

The Intracoastal Waterway is often described as a sheltered inside passage, but there are portions that can get really nasty when the weather kicks up. This is exactly what happened as you made your way south through Pamlico Sound in North Carolina. Two days of squall lines and bashing into short, steep chop has left the cabin damp and in disarray. Everyone is cold, and your first mate is threatening mutiny.

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