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  Station Hatteras Inlet

 


Coast Guard Station Hatteras Inlet is located on the southern end of Hatteras Island, North Carolina, within the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. The unit's building was constructed in 1962 situated on 6 acres of National Park Service land. Station Hatteras Inlet maintains administrative and operational control of the seasonally manned Station Ocracoke (small) located on Ocracoke Island.

As a multi-mission unit, Station Hatteras Inlet conducts search and rescue, boating safety, law enforcement, and marine environmental protection operations. There is a boat crew available 24 hours a day that responds to more than 150 calls for assistance annually. The station's Area of Responsibility (AOR) includes more than 2350 square nautical miles of the Atlantic Ocean, one third of the Pamlico Sound, and half of Ocracoke Island. This area includes Diamond Shoals, also known as the "Graveyard of the Atlantic".

 


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(910) 362-4015
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Last Modified 9/19/2013