HALE O LONO HARBOR
South West Molokai, HI 96770

Harbor Master: Bernard Strehler

(808) 553-1742

Fax: (808) 553-3437

21° 05′ 09″ N, 157° 14′ 56″ W

Harbors of Moloka'i

Maui County District Office
Phone: (808) 243-5824
Fax: (808) 243-5829


Welcome to Hale O Lono Harbor,
a man-made harbor on the south
west coast of Molokai, Hawaii.

This is the starting line for the
annual Molokai Hoe outrigger
canoe competition to Oahu since
1952.The women's Moloka'i Hoe,
Na Wahine O Ke Kai, starts at
Hale O Lono Harbor and crosses
the 40 mile-wide Kaiwi Channel,
one of the most dangerous
channels in the world, and ends
at Fort DeRussy in Waikiki. The
63rd Annual Molokai Hoe is
scheduled for October 11, 2015.

There's a very nice, relaxing
white sand beach close to the
harbor, great snorkeling, fishing
and whale watching too from
December (or earlier) to April.

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