October Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast Cancer Awareness 2022

Breast Cancer Awareness 2022 October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Therefore, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness 2022, we wanted to ensure our Bluewater family of Breast Cancer survivors and fighters were recognized.   Breast Cancer Awareness 2022 – Our Survivors We are in awe of the strength and resilience of these incredible ladies.  Pegi Davis, […]

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Swansboro Mullet Festival

Don’t miss the Mullet Festival in Swansboro, North Carolina every fall- October. It’s the oldest festival on the Crystal Coast and one you cannot miss.

A first-person point of view from the seat of a kayak in the Crystal Coast.

Experience Nature: Kayaking the Crystal Coast

Go kayaking on the Crystal Coast and paddle through salt marshes and barrier islands as you spot local wildlife. Discover our crystal clear waters for yourself at one of these kayaking destinations on the North Carolina Coast:

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A Guide to the Best Things to Do in Swansboro, NC

The North Carolina coast is a unique place full of charming port towns, fascinating history, and gorgeous beaches. Located five miles from Emerald Isle, you’ll find the coastal town of Swansboro, also known as “The Friendly City by the Sea.”

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Breast Cancer Awareness Brunch

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and we’re pampering our company’s survivors with a Breast Cancer Awareness Brunch!

4th of July on the Crystal Coast

4th of July: 2018

There’s nothing like 4th of July on the Crystal Coast. Read on to learn about all of the exciting Independence Day events on the Crystal Coast.

Downtown Swansboro

There is plenty to do and see when exploring downtown Swansboro. Founded in 1783, the “Friendly City by the Sea” offers a quaint, historic downtown district overlooking the water and numerous opportunities for coastal recreation.

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Crystal Coast Towns You Should Know

The Crystal Coast is made up of larger mainland towns, Bogue Banks beach towns, and the “Down East” community that still holds deep roots in our fishing culture.