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19 Jun Posted by in Blog, fishing | Comments Off on Spotted Eagle Ray

Spotted Eagle Ray

Spotted Eagle Ray

If you’re out on the water as much as we are, there’s a good chance that you’ll end up seeing something wild. As we’ve said in previous posts, dolphins are a common occurrence, and we also spot rare birds like … Continue reading

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28 May Posted by in Blog, north carolina birding | Comments Off on Ospreys

Ospreys

Ospreys

Ospreys, fish eagles, or sea hawks- no matter what you call them, these birds are amazing. They’ve been sighted in classical Greek and Roman literature, as mascots for local university’s sport teams, and, of course, from the deck of the … Continue reading

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29 Apr Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on We See Dolphins

We See Dolphins

We See Dolphins

It’s not an uncommon occurrence on the Shamrock: We’ll be motoring down Banks Channel, grooving on Bob Marley and investigating sandbars for rare birds, when one of the passengers shrieks and points at the water. “Dolphin!” they’ll say. “I just … Continue reading

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04 Apr Posted by in Blog, north carolina birding, shorebird | Comments Off on The Least Terns have Re(tern)ed, Earth Day Special

The Least Terns have Re(tern)ed, Earth Day Special

The Least Terns have Re(tern)ed, Earth Day Special

The next time you head to the beach, turn the volume down on your radio and instead listen for a sharp, high-pitched twittering sound. That’s the call of the Least Tern, the smallest species of the tern family of nesting … Continue reading

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22 Mar Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Easter Egg Hunt 2013

Easter Egg Hunt 2013

Easter Egg Hunt 2013

Last year on our annual Easter egg hunt we had over 150 people exploring every nook and cranny on Masonboro to find eggs. Adults and kids alike had a blast, and this year, you can too! We’ll be heading out … Continue reading

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28 Feb Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Luck of the Irish Cruise

Luck of the Irish Cruise

Luck of the Irish Cruise

In celebration of the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day holiday, we will be offering a special Luck of the Irish Cruise aboard the M/V Shamrock— the only Irish run USCG inspected charter boat at Wrightsville Beach. On Saturday, March 16th, and … Continue reading

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09 Feb Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Basic Safety from Theft During Travels

Basic Safety from Theft During Travels

Basic Safety from Theft During Travels

Wrightsville Beach Scentic Tours has always been dedicated to the safety of our clients. Here we will discuss possibly the only thing that can ruin your vacation time entirely, and that is theft of your hard earned buck. While noone can … Continue reading

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06 Feb Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Winter Birding Tours

Winter Birding Tours

Winter Birding Tours

The winter birding in Southeastern NC can really be exciting for birders of all ages.  The novice birders can observe flocks of Brown Pelicans and Gannets in the inlet diving.  More experienced birders can observe the Caspian Tern,  Dovekie, and Sea … Continue reading

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26 Nov Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Wrightsville Beach Holiday Gift Certificate

Wrightsville Beach Holiday Gift Certificate

Wrightsville Beach Holiday Gift Certificate

The perfect way to show you care. This is good for a Sunset Cruise for 2 passengers aboard the Shamrock. A $50 value. You can purchase online and the gift certificate will be emailed to you.

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08 Nov Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on 3 Steps To Get Your Home Ready For A Vacation

3 Steps To Get Your Home Ready For A Vacation

3 Steps To Get Your Home Ready For A Vacation

Are you familiar with out extraordinary M/V Shamrock? The custom built motorized catamaran is 27 foot long and it can carry up to 22 passengers – and by “carry”, we mean take you on unforgettably adventurous rides on twisty shallow … Continue reading

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