Amanda and Rich said their vows on Sanderling’s Observation Deck in front of both loved ones and calming waves. While Amanda stunned in white, Rich wore soft blue and a simple white rose. The special occasion continued at the resort’s Event House. The reception space was a vision incorporating tone on tone taupe linens, creamy […]

‘The hunt is over’ for Lauren and Michael! They kicked the day off with a First Look at the historic Whalehead Estate and treated their guests to a stylish Corolla Trolley arrival at Sanderling Resort. Holding a bright bouquet of sunflowers and roses by Flower Girls OBX, Lauren walked down the aisle and said “I […]

Tiffany and Tony had a gorgeous elopement here at Sanderling Resort! The bride walked down the aisle with the help of the Club Violin’s beautiful music. Rev. Jay officiated as the two said “I do” with their little one by their side. Afterwards, cocktail hour took place on the Event Lawn. The younger crowd showed […]

Maggie and Jake said “I do” on a beautiful sunny August day.  With the talents of our vendors, the couple’s celebration incorporated all the right shades of blue.  The unforgettable day began at the Sanderling Resort, where the bridal party got ready, then to Corolla Chapel to tie the knot, and finally back to the […]

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 […]

Images by Brooke Mayo Photographers The Outer Banks offers everything you could ask for when planning the perfect romantic getaway: long beaches to stroll, fresh seafood to enjoy, and stunning sunsets to take in. Relax and unwind together- let us help you make the most out of your time away with your loved one! Day […]

Schooner Thomas J. Martin, January 1883 A boat load of fertilizer would grow another crop of heroes. By James D. Charlet The Economics Trade between the North and the South of the USA during the 1700s, 1800s and early 1900s was mostly confined to east coast Atlantic shipping; and almost always, was done by the […]