Liquid Bulk Cargo Dry Dock Boat Ramp
Barge Basin Cement Storage Harbor Office
Ferry/Tug Terminal Ko Olina Marina
KALAELOA BARBERS POINT HARBOR
Kalaeloa Harbor
Kalaeloa Harbor is located in Kapolei at
Barber's Point, Oahu. Ko Olina Marina is
located within Kalaeloa 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.


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

(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



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In 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.
Ko'olina is an amazing oceanside resort with many fine hotels, restaurants and a beautiful
golf course. Ko Olina Marina offers many ocean adventures such as sportsfishing, sunset
sailing cruises, whale and dolphin watching, snorkeing and diving charters or just beach it
at one of the beautiful lagoon beaches.

Ko Olina Marina is privately owned and is undoubtably one of the nicest harbors in all of
the Hawaiian islands. The official site is www.KoOlinaMarina.com.

Ko'Olina Marina

Ko Lopine Punana - 43' Riviera


(808) 372-3868





(808) 225-7493










47' Viking Sportfisher • Email



• Snorkel / Luau

• Snorkel / Horseback Ride

• Catamaran Sail / Snorkel / Snuba Tour



(808) 396-2068

or 1-866-456-6666





• Dolphin Watching
• Sightseeing & Snorkeling
• Dolphin Smart Operator
• Private Charters



(808) 677-1277

or TOLL FREE

1-888-667-1277


Ko Olina Sailing Adventures
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