Mahukona harbor (Hawaii I)

Mahukona harbor (Hawaii I)

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Mahukona harbor (Hawaii I)
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Located on the North West tip of Hawaii on the North Kohala Coast.

The harbor is identified by the lighthouse on a point just south of the anchorage and by a few houses and warehouses that are easyly visible from the water.

Anchor in sand , in 30 to 40 feet of water.

Mahukona is an excellent dive for those who have a few dives under their belt. The entry is very easy and there is a hot water shower to alleviate the chills of an hour long dive (the shower pipe runs over the lava, and is heated by the Sun -- very nice!). Since this is still used as a small boat harbor, a dive flag is recommended, as always.

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