The Foremans understand that water, whether for fishing, playing or relaxing, is what brings most visitors to the Outer Banks and what keeps many locals happy. Being on the water, feeling the breeze, being in the middle of the wonder of it all - well, it just doesn't get much better. Read more...
Captain Allan Foreman expanded his love of fishing into a four decade career on the water. Read more...
Standing on land at the water’s edge and looking out at the ocean or sound is an experience we all love on the Outer Banks. Hearing the waves roll in, watching the wind play on the water’s surface and smelling the salty air make us feel alive and in awe. Read more...
Every boat was built for a specific purpose. Some are all business for jobs like commercial fishing, rescue and transport. Some are functional, built for long-distance travel or living on the water. And some, as you know, were built just for pure fun. And that’s where the Crystal Dawn comes in.
As the sun rises over the Outer Banks each morning, the ocean and sound come alive with fishermen and boat captains awakening to cast fishing nets, pull up crab pots and cruise the waters of Oregon Inlet and beyond.