Dock the boat within feet of your balcony door and your own 30+ foot long boat slip. You can fit any length boat as long as it can fit in the 10-foot wide slip. Anchors Away is located in a no wake zone, which means it's safe for your family and your boat! The boat slip comes with 30Amp shore power, fresh water hose/wash down, courtesy lights on the dock, and a fish cleaning station. Anchors Away offers crabbing, snorkeling, diving opportunities, and some of the best fishing on the East Coast.
Stunning views from 3 separate balconies, the moment you walk into this 3-bedroom water-front townhouse, you’ll know you are on island time. You can lay out in the sun and relax by the swimming pool or sit in the shade and relax on the water underneath the covered community gazebo.
Anchors Away was just fully remodeled with comfort in mind. A freshly renovated kitchen with granite counter tops, glass top stove and all new appliances leads into a dining area with a new, high top table and chairs and continuing into a relaxing living room, complete with cable, WIFI, new sleeper sofa, new love seat, and a new 4K 55-inch HDTV adjacent to the electric fireplace. There is also a half bath just off the kitchen. The entire area is complimented with your private, spacious back deck overlooking your boat slip and the Intracoastal Waterway. Sit in the porch swing or laid-back Adirondack chairs that are perfectly positioned for sunsets and cocktails. Time to relax, as you’re now on island time!
Upstairs, is a nautically themed master bedroom with a king size bed, views of the Intracoastal Waterway and your private balcony with sliding glass door, which is perfect for watching the boats come and go. This master bedroom also boasts a 42inch HDTV flat screen TV. The master bath is adjacent with tub/shower combo and a large walk-in closet. Head down the hallway past the laundry area & second full bathroom and you’ll find the second bedroom with queen bunk beds, yes queen sized bunk beds and a third bedroom with a queen sleigh bed.
The lower level of Anchors Away has an oversized, one car garage that includes plenty of storage and toys for your use; crab pots, corn hole, ping pong table, boogie boards, and a gas grill.
Some stairs at this location.
No Smoking at this property Pet Friendly (restrictions may apply).
Outdoor Pools are normally open Memorial Day to Labor Day (weather permitting).
Sea Coast ALL INCLUSIVE PACKAGE Includes Rent, Linens- beds made, Property Protection waiver, Departure Cleaning and one Pet Fee.
Memorial Day through Labor Day Saturday to Saturday check-in only- In the summer season, daily rentals are only available for booking within 10 days of the arrival date and require a 2 or 3 night minimum. Select properties are available for monthly reservations in the off season (mid-Sept to mid-May); call or email a Sea Coast Representative for details.
Explore the treasures of Pleasure Island; ranked one of the top 10 boardwalks in the country by Food & Wine magazine. One of the last remaining beach boardwalks on the East Coast it includes a variety of restaurants, arcade, shops, ice cream, Famous Britt’s Donuts, bars, and more! During the summer months, the Boardwalk is bustling with the sound of music, laughter and the squeals of kids of all ages as they whoosh and whirl past on the assortment of rides at the seaside amusement park and at extraordinary events like the weekly fireworks and concert series. Annual off-season events that include Boardwalk activities are Christmas by the Sea and the Island of Lights Festival.
Our south end beaches offer tons of adventure as well. Discover aquatic wildlife at our North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher or enjoy a relaxing ferry ride across the Cape Fear River to a quaint little shopping town called South Port. Take a trip back in time at the Fort Fisher State Historic Site and Museum which features live oak covered trails and bunkers from the American Civil War. Or wind down with nature at our two state parks, sure to provide a memorable experience with hiking, fishing and water activities such as paddle boarding and kayaking. As one of North Carolina’s most undeveloped beaches, the island offers a unique opportunity to see many diverse coastal wildlife, including pelicans and loggerhead sea turtles, in their natural habitat. Whether its exploring activities on the island or simply enjoying the ocean views, Pleasure Island life is sure to capture your heart.