Red Flags No Longer Flying in Duck as of Thursday, August 28

Red Flags are no longer flying in Duck.  As always, swim near a life guard and ask them about rip currents. Low tide will occur at 3:45 today which often increases the threat of rip currents.  Stay aware as you enjoy the sun and sand.  The ocean is constantly changing!  For more information on Surf […]

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Duck Surf Rescue

Duck Surf Rescue are replacing life guard stands now. Guards will conduct beach patrols on 4 wheelers start at 11AM.  Guards will be on stands at 1PM. Due to surf conditions & storm debris, life guards advise beach goers to stay out of the water. See images from pre and post #Arthur in Duck on […]

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Duck Surf Rescue Featured on Destination Dare

Check out the latest Duck segment on the Government Channel’s Destination Dare, which has a new episode broadcasting!  The show broadcasts daily on the Government Channel (cable channel 191) at the following times: 7:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 6:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m. & 11:00 p.m Town of Duck You TubeVisit the Town of Duck […]

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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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