Red Flags in Duck Friday, September 26

Please note – red NO SWIMMING flags are flying today, Friday, September 26,  in Duck.  This is a warning system used on our beaches which indicates that the currents are strong and the water is unsafe for swimming. DO NOT GO IN THE WATER — YOU PUT YOURSELF AND LIFEGUARDS AT RISK!  Local safety officials determine when […]

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Red Flags in Duck: Wed. September 10, 2014

Red Flags are flying along Duck Beaches today, Wednesday, September 10.  Lifeguards ask you to stay out of the water for safety reasons.  Enjoy the beautiful day with walks along the beach or the soundside boardwalk. Also, check out the last family-friendly Scarborough Faire Days this afternoon in Duck. NO SWIMMING IN DUCK: Wednesday, September […]

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RED FLAGS ALONG DUCK BEACHES: 8-30-13

Red Flags are flying along Duck Beaches today, August 30, 2013.  Lifeguards ask you to stay out of the water for safety reasons.  Enjoy the beautiful day with walks along the beach or the soundside boardwalk.  RED FLAGS: Our beach utilizes a warning system — a large red flag flying indicates that the currents are strong […]

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Red Flags Remain Up: NO SWIMMING

Red Flags remain up in Duck today, Sunday, August 25, 2013.  Conditions are similar to yesterday, rough conditions and rip current threat.  Lifeguards ask for your cooperation to stay out of the water. Red Flags: Our beach employs a warning system — a large red flag flying indicates that the currents are strong and the […]

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High Rip Current Threat Issued by National Weather Service

   Rough conditions along Duck, NC beaches and Outer Banks today, Saturday, August 24, 2013.  High rip current threat issued by National Weather Service.  Lifeguards are asking for your cooperation.  The highest risk is this afternoon through dark (approx. 8:00 p.m.)

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Red Flags Flying: NO SWIMMING at Duck Beaches Saturday, Aug. 24

TOWN OF DUCK: Surf Rescue has raised Red Flags along Duck beaches. No swimming allowed. Stay dry and safe. Red Flags: Our beach employs a warning system — a large red flag flying indicates that the currents are strong and the water is unsafe for swimming. DO NOT GO IN THE WATER — YOU PUT […]

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