KALAELOA BARBERS
POINT HARBOR
91-550 Malakole Street,
Kapolei, HI 96707

Harbor Office: (808) 682-3989

21° 19′ 30″ N, 158° 07′ 04″ W

Island of Oahu, Barbers Point
Harbor

Dept. of Transportation
Harbors Division
Pier 11 Gallery
700 Fort Street
Honolulu, HI 96813

Welcome to Kalaeloa Harbor,
located in Kapolei at Barber's
Point, Oahu next to Ko Olina
Harbor.

Kalaeloa Harbor occupies the
location of the former Naval Air
Station Barbers Point, which
was closed in 1999 and
subsequently transferred to the
State of Hawaiʻi.

The geographical name, Ka lae
loa, means "long point" in
Hawaiian and is the native
name for what is now called
Barbers Point on Oʻahu. The
area was known as Barbers
Point because Captain Henry
Barber wrecked his ship on a
coral shoal at this location on
October 31, 1796.

In 1993, after the federal
government listed Barbers Point
for closure, the state legislature
established the Barbers Point
Naval Air Station
Redevelopment Commission
(BPNAS-RC) to guide the
redevelopment of the former
military facilities comprising
John Rodgers airfield and 3,700
acres (15 km2) of land along
the south shore of Oʻahu
between the towns of ʻEwa,
Kapolei, and Campbell
Industrial Park.

On July 1, 2002, the Hawaii
Community Development
Authority became the
redevelopment authority for
Kalaeloa. The former Naval Air
Station runways and associated
facilities are now Kalaeloa
Airport.
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• Dry Dock 
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• Barge Basin
• Cement Storage
• Harbor Office
• Ko Olina Marina