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 Minor light of Kaua'i - Kuki'i Point, HI    
Lighthouse accessible by car and a short, easy walk.
Description: This navigational aid consists of a twenty-two-foot pyramidal, concrete tower that displays a white flash every 2.5 seconds at a focal plane of forty-seven feet. The Kuki'i Point Light was originally powered by acetylene gas and was maintained by the keeper of the Nawiliwili Lighthouse.

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References

  1. The Lighthouses of Hawai`i, Love Dean, 1986.

Location: Located on the point opposite the Nawiliwili Harbor breakwater.
Latitude: 21.95658
Longitude: -159.34791

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Travel Instructions: From Highway 51 (Rice Street) near the northern end of Nawiliwili Bay, turn west on Hoolaulea Way (this is the road to Kaua'i Marriott Resort and Kauai Lagoons Golf Club). Drive past the Marriott and then turn right onto Kalapaki Circle. Continue until the end of the road, where you will find public parking and a public path to the shore and the light.

The lighthouse is owned by the Coast Guard. Grounds open, tower closed.

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