The 65-foot, red and white boat dubbed Miss Oregon Inlet has been running in Oregon Inlet for about 30 years and was the first head boat in the area. She is powered by twin 350 HP diesels, she is equipped with complete electronics including loran, fathometers, ship-to-shore and C.B. radios.
Miss Oregon Inlet is no stranger to fishing excursions and comes with three crew members at the ready — the experienced Captain Frees and two mates. More often than not, the mate speaking inside the cabin will be John Booth (who also serves as relief captain), who has been working and fishing at Oregon Inlet since the ‘50s.