Barkentine Angela ~ A Caffeys Inlet Station No.5 Rescue, 5 March 1883 By James D. Charlet There are hundreds upon hundreds of shipwreck and rescue accounts faithfully documented in great detail in the “Annual Report of the Operations of the United States Life-Saving Service” (direct predecessor of today’s U.S. Coast Guard) for each year from […]

While Sanderling Resort’s Lifesaving Station is a restaurant you can dine at today, the site historically served as the Caffey’s Inlet No. 5 Life-Saving Station. The Station, built in 1874, was established as one of the 29 stations along the Outer Banks of North Carolina that spanned 200 miles from Currituck to Oak Island.  Due […]

Last Fall, we welcomed our new Chef de Cuisine at the Lifesaving Station, Andy Fradenburgh from Pinehurst, North Carolina. Chef Fradenburgh has been in the food and beverage business for over 37 years after studying and exploring the culinary world. Most recently, Chef has opened and managed a family restaurant called ‘Nina’s Classic Cuisine’ since […]

This winter our Food & Beverage team has drummed up some winter specials for all to savor. Mark your calendars to join us in February and March on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Sunday to enjoy these great specials. Burger & Beer Tuesdays Every Tuesday stop in at the No 5 Bar to taste one our delicious burger […]

Some people are looking for adventure, which is readily at your fingertips in the Outer Banks with our water sports and nature trails among other things. Some, however, are looking to just relax already. No packing up the car and sitting through traffic for hours on end, no 6 AM wake up calls for skydiving, […]