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1461 Duck Road, Duck, NC 27949-4635
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  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Staff required to regularly wash hands
  • Contactless check-out
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Value
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At the Sanderling Resort, casually elegant first-class amenities blend seamlessly with the spectacular landscape to foster connection and renewal. Offering magnificent views of both the Atlantic Ocean and the Currituck Sound, our guests have the same unique opportunity to admire both a sunrise and sunset - both over water. The Resort's guestrooms with their oversized bathrooms and generous decks, are a perfect complement to the quality of the natural setting, while our acclaimed spa and pools provide both unparalleled serenity at the tranquility pool, or a boisterous family environment at the Resort pool. The Resort's renowned restaurants offer the finest dining on the Outer Banks, with perfectly prepared and presented fresh coastal cuisine and a choice of venues to match the time of day, the season and your mood.
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Free parking
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Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
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Bicycle rental
Children's television networks
Electric vehicle charging station
Parking
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Hot tub
Pool / beach towels
Adult pool
Indoor pool
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Saltwater pool
Fence around pool
Yoga classes
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Kids' meals
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Poolside bar
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Highchairs available
Business Center with Internet Access
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Couples massage
Facial treatments
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Matt C wrote a review Oct 1
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Had a wonderful week marred by an Exceptionally rude staff experience at their restaurant. What was worse , several attempts and requests to have the issue addressed following our trip were not responded to in any way by senior management. Makes me wonder. Otherwise would be a 4.5 rating.
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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Debra E wrote a review Sep 2022
long island, ny4 contributions11 helpful votes
I will preface this by saying I was hesitant about making reservations after seeing some of reviews from this summer. But many of the reviews were ridiculous. This resort was PERFECT in every way. The adult pool had very comfy lounge chairs. No extras for beach chairs or umbrellas which were plentiful on the beach. Everyone friendly and personable. Complimentary coffee and tea every morning. Ocean front king was just that. Very Comfy bed. We will be back!
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Responded 1 week ago
Debra! Surpassing your expectations was a pleasure! I am so happy you decided to vacation here at The Sanderling as we greatly enjoy sharing all of our beauty and fun! The team will be ecstatic to know they contributed significantly to your five-star stay by offering the best service around! Thank you for such an awesome review. Join us again anytime!
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Kathie N wrote a review Sep 2022
8 contributions3 helpful votes
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Its taken me over a month to wrap my head around how this so called resort is doing any business. I'm sure many years ago, it was quite a nice place but age has taken its toll and sadly, management hasn't done a thing to bring it up to standards. From bugs crawling on the floor and ceiling in our room, to the filthy carpeting in our room and disgusting soiled chairs not only in our room but also in the main lobby. But we overlooked that as it was small stuff compared to what unfolded. When I called to make reservations, I indicated we needed a room for my disabled husband. When we arrived, they gave us a second floor room, and couldn't move us since there was no other rooms available at the $600+/ night while we were there. Day 2, I went to the lobby 4 (FOUR) times asking for them to bring a higher lounge chair from the family pool over to the Serenity Pool (adult only) for my husband since he couldn't get down on the lounge beds they had poolside, which were very nice I will admit. After 45 minutes, and my husband standing in the 95 degree heat, he fell over and bled significantly from injuries. I RAN back to the lobby and asked that someone come immediately to help, which they did, bringing first aid products to help stop the bleeding. So now my husband has his legs wrapped in bandages and he can no longer go in either of the pools as we didn't feel that would be right for other guests. Day 3, there was nothing we could have done because of his injuries, no pool, etc, so we decided to cancel the rest of our vacation and check out early from our 4 night stay. I spoke to someone (not Lauren, who was the most helpful through this ordeal) at the front desk asking if they'd refund us for the 4th nite and they flat out said "NO". So aside of this mess, a few other things I'd like to point out... the trash barrels by the pool areas are overflowing with trash on the floor and they remained that way all day (keep in mind, you're staying at a $600+/night resort). There is no daily housekeeping (ok, we'll overlook that, I know how to make a bed and dispose of and get additional towels). And btw, the housekeeping that we did chat with occasionally in the halls were exceptional, they were all extremely helpful and kind! Prior to coming down, I packed two bottles of my favorite red wine to have in the room. A mere $14.99 at Costco or Total Wine, Meiomi Pinot Noir. We only got to dine one night at the Lifesaving Station and we will admit the food was fabulous but, I just couldn't see spending $95.00 (huge mark up) for a bottle for the same bottle I had sitting in my room of Meiomi. Come on Sanderling, these are your customers and you are raping them!!!! One last thing, free water bottle with the Sanderling logo on it, nice touch, until you go to fill up your water bottle just off the lobby at the filtered water station and there's mold. I don't usually write reviews, but this "resort" is very misleading to its patrons. Save yourself a ton of money and stay somewhere else.
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Date of stay: July 2022
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FBTraveler2 wrote a review Sep 2022
Miami, Florida36 contributions43 helpful votes
Having a lovely time at the Sanderling resort in Duck, NC on Labor Day weekend. We have a fabulous room in the main house with a big sitting area, king bed and sleeper sofa overlooking the pool and dunes... Listening to the surf is very relaxing and I've slept like a log. We had a terrific (and very expensive) dinner last night at Kimballs, shortly to be closing for the season. The crab soup was exquisite, and my scallop entrée was also excellent. Today we decided to eat at the beach bar bar. Had a juicy burger, but didn't feel like ice cream for dessert, and wandered over to the lighthouse restaurant for a take out cheesecake. Nearly died -- when I got the check -- $9,00 for the cheesecake, a $5.00 takeout charge, plus tax on the lot, and I added a $2.00 tip. the cheesecake is fine (although the crust is soggy!); but allow me to warn all those out there in reviewland that it is categorically NOT worth $17. As for the rest of the trip -- the hotel staff is generally excellent, and the spa staff is terrific. I had a GREAT massage and a fabulous mani/pedi. Room attendants are top notch. Rooms can be noisy at night -- no one seems to enforce the 10.30 PM firepit curfew, and it would be nice if the hot water for lobby morning tea service was hot enough to actually brew tea. It has been a great couple of days, but I can assure you I won't be ordering dessert (or any other takeout!) from here again!
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Date of stay: September 2022
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Response from Property Management, General Manager at Sanderling Resort
Responded 3 weeks ago
HI, Thanks again for choosing Sanderling Resort for a memorable Labor Day getaway! We loved impressing you with our breathtaking views and are glad you had enough time to fully enjoy some of our on-site luxuries, like our spa. There is no better feeling than escaping the heat at the end of the day in our luxuriously comfortable accommodations! Getting the best night's rest is important to us as we want you to have the most fun possible every day of your trip! I sincerely appreciate your feedback and have shared with our leadership team. I cannot wait to do it all again next year. Until then!
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Harold B wrote a review Aug 2022
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Recently we returned from a visit to the Sanderling Resort. This is our fifth trip in nine years. Since this was our first trip since Covid started so we decided to upgrade to a two room suite. In the past when you arrived at the resort there was a welcoming valet at the bottom of the entrance steps (not any more). Once we got checked in we requested help with our luggage since we are both elderly. They said they would try to get someone. We asked for a rolling cart (they were not sure they had one). The suite was very large but you could see the wear and tear in the room and throughout the complex. The tranquility pool was not cleaned the first 3 days there so there was a lot of sand in the pool. My wife had to skim the pool 2 days to remove floating debris in the corners. On our fourth day finally somebody arrived to vacuum the pool (unable to do because his equipment wasn't working correctly). They say the tranquility pool is adult focused (what does that mean). There were teenagers using it and one day preteens were. In the past we have enjoyed going to the Sanderling Resort. and expected to pay more for a first class resort. This year the prices went up and the facility and amount of trained staff has gone downhill. Let's get pass trying to use Covid as an excuse for everything.
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Date of stay: August 2022
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Response from Property Management, General Manager at Sanderling Resort
Responded Aug 12, 2022
Hello, We appreciate you taking the time to leave a review, and for staying with us over the years in the Outer Banks. Please know we do take your response seriously and will be tending to the concerns outlined. Opportunities for areas to be refreshed are also being addressed. We will continue working to elevate our guest experience and hope to have the opportunity of welcoming you back to the Sanderling
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Karra D wrote a review Aug 2022
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Never in my life have I stayed at a hotel where the front desk people don’t go out of their way to say hello, good morning, etc. it’s absolutely ridiculous to say hello in a lobby and to be met with only silence. They keep their heads down, and I’m sure they are busy, but customer service (those staring at you) should be a top priority, in my opinion. The many service folks say hello and are very nice. The beach guys, the bartenders, the waiters, cleaning people and the beach rental man… all very pleasant and kind. Regardless, the room needs a coat of paint, and the bathrooms need a stronger fan. Other than these superficial issues, it’s a nice spot with a pretty pool (for families) and a gorgeous beach. Just get over the rudeness at the front desk and you’ll be golden.
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Great for families with babies and littles.
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Response from Property Management, General Manager at Sanderling Resort
Responded Aug 11, 2022
Hi Karra, thank you for sharing your concerns and feedback. I have carefully reviewed the statements you have provided and can assure you that they are highly valued. Providing our guests with the highest quality stay from check-in to check-out is our greatest priority. Your feedback will be shared with the rest of the leadership team to ensure the necessary changes and adjustments are made. I hope to have the opportunity to welcome you back again for the enjoyable stay I know we can provide.
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mlcb1 wrote a review Aug 2022
Hummelstown, Pennsylvania40 contributions13 helpful votes
This was our fourth time at Sanderling. It is a beautiful, secluded location, the beach isn’t very busy which we love! The beach is shallow with great waves to ride. Lots of flora and fauna. We saw dolphins every morning and a deep with its babies. Many fishes swim at the ocean and the kids had fun to catch them. Beach chairs and umbrellas are nice but could use some new paint. Pools are nice, the kids pool needs more working umbrellas! Trash cans should be emptied more often.- they were overflowing . I loved the idea of free kids toys on the beach! The rooms are clean and spacious — our cleaning lady Vernette was the best! I was a bit saddened to see how unmotivated most staff was. I asked for a second umbrella and got an eye roll. We ate at the sand bar and first the waitress brought a wrong dish, then forgot to refill my coke and brought my eight year old an cocktail instead of his lemonade— I complained but was laughed at. I really do not mind the first two things ( things can happen) but the alcohol in a kids drink was not acceptable. The food at lifesaving station definitely was better than the years b before. We ate five times there. They noodles and soup were awesome. The staff was very inattentive, slow and overworked. I am understanding of many things but if you pay 150$ for a meal you do expect a bit more for the service. Betty was great though— she looked clearly stressed but was very attentive and delivered a good service. Also make sure you reserve your table right away when you reserve your room otherwise you will have to eat before 6 pm. The overall feeling is that this is a beautiful location but nobody cares for the details because there are enough people who will come either way,
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Make table reservations early! Avoid travel on saturdays and sundays
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Responded Aug 4, 2022
Hi, Thank you for taking the time to share that your stay was relaxing. We are pleased you enjoyed our hospitality and resort amenities here in the Outer Banks. We are always excited to receive positive comments from our guests, but we are also grateful to learn from detailed comments like yours. We are continually striving to improve our guest experience, and we appreciate you letting us know the things you would expect. We hope to have another chance to welcome you on a future visit.
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Jonathan F wrote a review Aug 2022
10 contributions6 helpful votes
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I really didn't take note of the campy chair that would be a distraction to children, because I was looking forward to a quiet room in the south building. And I was looking forward to some infused water from a lovely decanter to quench my thirst after putting up with the inbound traffic. We've all been there and it's nothing new. I was taken back when this decanter was removed and replaced with a large package of s'mores purchase. There are awesome some hooks left in the wall behind the check-in counter that I thought looked odd and couldn't remember what was being hung from them. After my stay, I've got a pretty good idea. A floating my car and going through the main entrance to the south building I noticed a knob had been completely removed from one of the doors, and on the back side of the same door, the latch was completely pulling away from the wood. And from here it only got worse. On entering my room, the lovely little wooden do not disturb signs had been replaced by something akin to a quiet please from a Motel 6. The glassware and coffee mugs have been replaced with individual plastic cups wrapped in plastic and Styrofoam cups for coffee. The bottle of water that one would typically find and as pictured on their current website is no longer there. Nor are the s'mores for two, that which entices one to go to the once solo fire pit and mingle or meat other guests. These items are gone. This explains why they are selling s'mores up front. And in hindsight, comparing the remove items to the items that were left by comparison to the website picture, they also remove the goddamn chairs around the tables. So right now all you've got is a nice bucket with a tray underneath it that carries nothing of simple elegance. In making my way to the beach during my short stay of only two nights (which in hindsight should have only been one had I known they made the changes to the rims that they did) they no longer rake the pathway to provide a soft stroll in and around the courtyard. For that matter, they no longer even update the current weather conditions, forecast, water temperature, high tide and low tide for each day. The lovely little sign was blank, only to have that it was sometime in April (with no updated date) and 2022. The riptide sign is so faded, someone that is visually challenged could not read it. There was another warning sign that had been simply nailed to the side of a handrail that a person may or may not notice, because it's underneath another sign that's mounted right on top of the rail (wish I'm pretty sure is a code violation). Near these signs was a basket falling apart with sadly used beach toys, which are typically brought my families. Albeit fine for those with children, it gives the staff something else to pick up, that could easily have other duties or tasks. Also at the top of the stairs, and you wouldn't know it because there's no signage for what's inside, or water bottles. The only way you would know is because a very uncommunicated child that works inside a hut and is only staring at a screen, memory not tell you this. Fortunately, the gentle persons which come each year to work on this beach are still friendly and courteous. Which right now, the staff is about the only thing carrying the place but still doesn't justify the absorbent price that's currently being charged. In earlier reviews it is said that even from the middle floor one can hear the ocean. That is not the case these days. All the windows must remain closed because none of them have screens. There is a screen door that you can open to try and listen ambient ocean waves, if they're not being drowned out by an AC unit that will not turn off and continually blows (which in my case it was and was even further agitated with an unbalanced fan wheel that provided an unpleasant dinge to the night air). The Sanderling was once a very very nice place to stay. It had a concept that brought charm and elegance to the beach. It was a safe place from the rest of the Redneck Riviera. I would say it was once on par with an omni or a four seasons. In the recent ownership change it has position itself to the other end of the spectrum. And dare I say, because the company is still using old photos on its website, it's now entering into deception of offerings of what the rooms themselves have to offer. The new fire rings at the South building are true incorrect, but nobody is using them because in order to do so you've got to spend an extra 30 bucks just to make some s'mores... If you're still doing that as an adult. And thinking this one through, those that are making s'mores at night are in between the south beach house decks and the 21 and older pool. Which kind of defeats the purpose of getting a room at the South Beach House. Which is to say, this is no longer an adult facility. Period. Nor is it a well maintained through proper upkeep of existing facilities for that matter. Only half of the rinsing stations at either end are fully functional. That pretty much guarantees lots and lots of sand in the pool, which maintenance doesn't bother cleaning each day. And they've changed the products for sunscreen that they once sold in the gift shop and they wonder why they have so much oil on the surface of the pool. That's right. Sand and oil in the 21 and over pool. The fraying of the umbrellas is just sad. Some of them they don't even bother opening up. But they've got this new Big chair in front and you can get your picture taken in it for some merch or a night stay, just like you can in Kitty hawk, or topsail, or Wilmington, or anyplace else on the Redneck Riviera. But you're going to have to go elsewhere for fancy cocktails, cuz they've removed those from the list as well. My biggest concern is for those of the staff that have been working there for years. It was their understanding that they came to do their best in the service industry. And now they are being challenged by the mediocre and rundown hotel in where they once shined. They are all good people. Oh Sanderling, it was a good run of 12 years. Alas, please change your name so is not to spoil our fond memories. Or at least while under the current management and ownership which is driving you into the ground. This place is not the sanderling of your nor as shown in all of the pictures on their website. Furthermore, I'm pretty sure now that those hooks behind the front desk are from diamonds that once hung on the wall.
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Traveled solo
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Responded 2 weeks ago
Jonathan, Welcome back! Thank you for staying with us and taking the time to leave your feedback. Providing excellent service is our top priority and we have shared your feedback with our leadership team to make adjustments accordingly. We want all our guests to leave feeling 100% satisfied with their stay and we are disappointed to hear that this was not your experience with us. We truly value your business and hope to welcome you back to Sanderling for an elevated experience in the future.
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Tootallal wrote a review Jul 2022
Augusta, Georgia776 contributions217 helpful votes
Sanderlin is very much North of any activities on the island. We found it a time consuming drive during high traffic times due to the two lane road. The resort itself is nice and well maintained. Plenty of people working there to make your stay positive. While we were told about the three restaurants, there were no phone numbers to call for reservations or even room service which I found surprising. It’s almost like you have to seek them out on your own. We were near the family pool. It’s behind the dunes that separate the resort from the beach. Boardwalk and foot washing places are available.
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Responded Jul 22, 2022
Hi, Thank you so much for staying with us at the Sanderling Resort. I am happy to hear that you enjoyed our accommodations, amenities and your interactions with our staff. Lifesaving Station and Kimball's Kitchen, two of our restaurants, do accept reservations, you can set that up on our website or by calling them directly, the phone numbers are also available on our website. I sincerely appreciate your feedback and have shared with our leadership team. Please come back and see us again soon.
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suz64 wrote a review Jul 2022
Boston, Massachusetts276 contributions5 helpful votes
First time to the Outer Banks and our stay at the Sanderling was a highlight to our visit. The hotel was beautiful, room was spacious, pool was nice, beach was amazing, the restaurants were great and the staff was extremely friendly and helpful. I can not wait to return.
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Date of stay: July 2022
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Responded Jul 15, 2022
Hi Suz, Thank you for staying with us to celebrate such a special occasion. It is a pleasure to know we were able to exceed your expectations. We strive to ensure every guest has a comfortable and relaxing stay, and I will enjoy sharing your compliments with the team. Thank you again for your kind words, and I look forward to welcoming you back on your next visit to The Outer Banks.
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$268 - $509 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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sanderling hotel duck, sanderling resort duck, the sanderling
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United StatesNorth CarolinaNorth Carolina CoastOuter BanksDuck
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Frequently Asked Questions about Sanderling Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Sanderling Resort?
Nearby attractions include Duck Town Boardwalk (4.0 miles), Local Color - Painting Parties & Fine Art (4.2 miles), and Scarborough Lane Shoppes (4.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Sanderling Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Sanderling Resort?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Sanderling Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Sanderling Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Sanderling Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Duck Donuts, Paper Canoe, and The Blue Point.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Sanderling Resort?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness center, and locker rooms available in the fitness center during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Sanderling Resort?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Sanderling Resort offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Does Sanderling Resort have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.
Is Sanderling Resort accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.