What you need to know about the Mid-Currituck Bridge

What you need to know about the Mid-Currituck Bridge

For many business and property owners along the Northern Beaches of the Outer Banks, the Mid-Currituck Bridge has been a long time coming.  While the construction dates are pending, Currituck County is taking steps to make the bridge a reality. On March 8, 2019, the...
Sunny days ahead, Spring is on the way!

Sunny days ahead, Spring is on the way!

March is finally here and winter is officially on its way out.  With each day the excitement of Spring is luring us outside.  Flowers are beginning to bloom and the sound of chirping birds are ringing in our ears.  The days are longer, the air warmer and the Town of...
Home Rep Program

Home Rep Program

Communication and collaboration is vital to our success as a fractional ownership community.  The Home Representative Program is a critical component of the strategic plan for the future of Ships Watch Association.  In pursuit of that objective, the Board of...
Winter time is renovation season at Ships Watch

Winter time is renovation season at Ships Watch

The winter season means fewer crowds on our beautiful Outer Banks beaches.  While guests plan vacations, we are busy preparing for the summer season.  At Ships Watch, that means home improvement projects to ensure all visiting our community have the most memorable and...

November OBX Events | Thanksgiving on the Outer Banks

OBX November Events We love November on the OBX here at Ships Watch Resort! Cool, ocean breezes, gorgeous sunsets, perfect for beach nights with flips flops and a sweater! If you are lucky enough to be staying with Ships Watch Resort in November, we have compiled a...
April Fool’s Day

April Fool’s Day

April Fool’s Day: My mother use to joke that April 1 was a hoax because that was the day she and my father were married (it lasted 57 years until his death). I am reminded of that because it snowed in southern Virginia on their wedding day in 1942. It also snowed in...