Kihei Charly Young Beach (Maui Hawaii)

Kihei Charly Young Beach (Maui Hawaii)

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Kihei Charly Young Beach (Maui Hawaii)
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Caractéristiques

Mouillage
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Plage
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Description

A little rolly and tricky to land at beach.
Good holding ground - big Sand patch for many boats.
Don't anchor where coral are. Stay away if: You want the boat don't move at all You can't handle shorebreak Don't like people paddle around your boat.
2015/12/11
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Honolua bay (Maui Hawaii)

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325°
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