Molokai Island MapMap of Molokai Island
The ESI-HI58 Molokai East, Molokai Island, Hawaii 2001 (Environmental Sensitivity Index Map)
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Kawakakakai (Molokai Island, Hawaii) Ferry Timetable
Katakakakakai Harbor is a marina on Molokai Island (Hawaii USA) and with about 3,500 inhabitants the biggest city of the island. The island of Molokai measures 61 x 16 km (38 x 10 ml). Kaunakakakai Harbor ferryboats sail to private Lanai Island, which moors at the Manele Bay jetty. Recent overhauls of the terminals involved the replacement of the old pillars, foundations, building renovation, the installation of new water and sewage pipes and the extension and renovation of all areas of a hospital.
The island of Molokai is known for its pine apple cultivation, livestock breeding and tourist attractions. The Molokai Ranch (owned by Singaporean Guoco Leisure Ltd.) was also a property development firm that built properties and tourist facilities on the island. After civilian protest and allegations of illicit activity, the firm shut down all its resorts (hotels, dining, prime course, cinema) in 2008.
Molokai Ranch sold its whole island site (55575 acre / 225 sq km or 35% of the island) for $260 million in September 2017. Cruisers moor at the Kaunakakakakai Harbour Ferry Terminal on the south shore of Molokai Island. It has a 580 metre long shipyard that extends into the harbour and is the longest jetty in Hawaii.