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Spring on the Outer Banks means the beginning of another tourist season. Six million tourists visit the Outer Banks each year, and their economic impact in 1993 was $550 million.
The state has the nation's second-largest ferry system, next to Washington state. For tourists who want to sail and sightsee, a three-day trip along the Outer Banks incorporates ferry riding and car travel, with stops at island towns, like Ocracoke.