Frying Pan Tower
Offshore bed and breakfast on a former lighthouse platform gets new anodes
Deepwater provides RetroLinks for a weekend retreat that was originally a lighthouse
The Frying Pan Tower was constructed in the early 1960s as a Coast Guard lighthouse based on a modified Texas drilling platform. It sits at the end of the Frying Pan Shoals off the coast of North Carolina, where it served as a lighthouse until 2003. In 2010 it was purchased by a civilian and has been undergoing constant repair and restoration ever since. It has seven bedrooms for paying guests. Deepwater donated six Retrolink™ anode strings in 2012.