Learn about two of the most iconic head boats on the Outer Banks, the Miss Hatteras and Cap N Clam.

The Cap N Clam and Miss Hatteras party boats are known throughout the Outer Banks because of satisfied customers like you.

For over 30 years we’ve been an integral part of the fishing community in the Outer Banks. Our two head boats, the Miss Hatteras and Cap N Clam have been providing fishing trips, cruises, and private events to all of our community.

 The Vessels at Captain Stowe Head Boats in Hatteras, NC

The Miss Hatteras head boat of the Outer Banks

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  • The Miss Hatteras is 75′ long, 20′ wide, is a wood and fiberglass molded vessel, and weighs in at  88 tons.
  • She’s powered by twin Daewoo V12 Turbo Diesels churning out a serious 1,700 horsepower combined.
  • She features state of the art navigational equipment, electronics, and fish finders to put you on the fish.
  • She’s US Coast Guard Inspected annually so you can rest assured you’ll be safe and sound aboard our vessels.
  • There’s two bathrooms, a climate controlled cabin with cushioned seating, a huge sundeck, and giant coolers for keeping your fish cold.
  • There are no refreshments sold on-board, but there’s plenty of room for you to bring a cooler with any food, drinks, or alcohol you’d like.
  • For fishing trips, she can hold a maximum of 45 people. For cruises she can hold a maximum of 70 people.

The Cap N Clam head boat of the Outer Banks

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  • The Cap N Clam is 65′ long, 20′ wide, is a wood and fiberglass molded vessel, and is a little lighter than the Miss Hatteras at a total of 62 tons.
  • She’s powered by twin Detroit Diesel Series 92 V8’s kicking out a total of 700 horsepower.
  • She features state of the art navigational equipment, electronics, and fish finders.
  • She’s US Coast Guard Inspected annually so you can rest assured you’ll be safe and sound aboard our vessels.
  • There’s two bathrooms, a climate controlled cabin with cushioned seating,  and coolers for keeping your fish cold.
  • There are no refreshments sold on-board, but there’s plenty of room for you to bring a cooler with any food, drinks, or alcohol you’d like.
  • For fishing trips, she can hold a maximum of 45 people. For cruises she can hold a maximum of 60 people.

Take a cruise or fishing trip aboard our party boats in the Outer Banks.

We’ve been operating our head boats in the Outer Banks for over 30 years, and we’d love to add you to our list of satisfied customers. For more information about our services click here to contact us or give us a call at (252) 986-2365.

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