North Molokai island, between Kahiu point and Kukaiwaa point, there are two small islands (Mokapu and Okala), really just giant
rocks, eastern-most Mokapu and next to the black sand beach Okala.
Leave the islands on the port side and anchor in 25 feet, black sand
bottom. You will be at the bottom of a long valley with great cliffs on
both sides. You will see the Kalaupapa peninsula to the east.
This anchorage is supposed to be vile and generally lived up to its
reputation. It does, however, make a nice stop between Honolua Bay
and Oahu, but the wind blew harder in
the anchorage than out at sea.
Kaunakakai is a small town with a small harbor fisheriy management area, on the south shore of the island of Moloka'i. It provides a good protected anchorage from all but the worst kona storms.The harbor was
dynamited out of the solid coral.’ Anchor past the commercial barge ...
On the south east coast of Molokai, this little harbour is worth the effort of negotiating the entrance through the reef.Most of the inner harbour is a private facility, but the three areas in the outer harbour all offer safe anchorages.
There is a dinghy landing near the palm trees ...
A small harbor on the south coast of Moloka'i. Approx 13 mi west of Kaunakakai and 3.5 mi east of Laau Point. Lono Harbor was once used for commercial barge traffic, but is no longer in commercial service. It provides well a protected anchorage for a few boats. Anchor to the east ...
Located on the southwestern coast, Kaumalapau is the main commercial seaport for Lanai. The original harbor breakwater located here was built in 1920’s but was
severely damaged by hurricanes. A new breakwater was built by the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers and was dedicated on ...
Wonderfull anchorage, great snorkeling. Get there early before the tour catamarans arrive and be careful not to anchor
on the coral; big fines if you damage. The bay has two bights. You can only anchor in the eastern. This is a great snorkeling spot
( by mid-morning you will ...