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 Minor light of Maui - Hawea Point, HI    
A hike of some distance required.
Description: Hawea Point Light originally consisted of an acetylene lens lantern mounted atop a sixteen-foot pyramidal skeleton tower. First established in 1911 or 1912, the light is now a metal pole flanked by diamond-shaped daymarkers and topped by a flashing, solar-power light.

References

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

Location: Located in Kapalu on Maui's western shore.
Latitude: 21.004
Longitude: -156.66622

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Travel Instructions: Follow Highway 30 west from Lahaina for nine miles and then turn left onto Office Road, which leads to the Kapalua Golf Academy. When Office Road ends, turn left onto Lower Honoapiilani Road, and then after a half mile turn right onto Bay Road. I don't believe there is public parking in these condominiums, but the Hawea Light is on the point beyond the development.

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

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