Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Kuheia Bay, Kahoolawe Island, HI
Kaho’olawe 6 miles SW across ‘Alalākeiki Channel from the SW extremity of Maui, has an area of 45 square statute miles and is the smallest of the eight major islands.
Kaho’olawe is under Naval jurisdiction. The island was previously used as a military target area for bombing and gunnery training. Large amounts of unexploded ordnance are present on the island and in its adjacent waters. Entry onto the island or in its adjacent waters is prohibited without the consent of Commander, Third Fleet, Pearl Harbor, HI 96860.
A danger zone extends 2 miles from all sides of the island.
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