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Wanchese is a small fishing village located on Roanoke Island in Dare County, North Carolina. With a population of approximately 1,600 residents, Wanchese is a tight-knit community with a rich history and a strong connection to the sea.

The village is named after Chief Wanchese, an Algonquian Native American who was one of the first to encounter English settlers in the 16th century. Today, Wanchese is known for its thriving fishing industry, with many of its residents working as commercial fishermen or in related industries.

Wanchese has a picturesque waterfront dotted with fishing boats and seafood processing plants. The village is also home to a number of seafood restaurants, where visitors can sample the day’s catch prepared in traditional Outer Banks style.

In addition to its fishing industry, Wanchese is also home to a number of boat builders and marine-related businesses. The village is known for its skilled craftsmen who create beautiful wooden boats and other nautical items.

Wanchese is also a popular spot for outdoor enthusiasts, with opportunities for fishing, boating, and birdwatching. The nearby Roanoke Island Marshes Game Land is a great place for wildlife viewing and birdwatching, with a variety of species to be spotted in the marshes and wetlands.

The village also has a number of historic sites and landmarks, including the Roanoke Island Maritime Museum, which highlights the history of the area’s maritime heritage. The museum features exhibits on boat building, commercial fishing, and the village’s connection to the sea.

Wanchese is a close-knit community with a strong sense of pride in its maritime heritage and natural beauty. Visitors to the village can expect a warm welcome and a glimpse into the traditional way of life in a coastal North Carolina fishing village.

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