Cruising Guide to the Hawaiian Islands
Paradise Cay Publications, Oct 1, 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 315 pages
This is a comprehensive guide that has something to offer the first-time island-hopper and seasoned Hawaiian cruiser alike. The Mehaffys include detailed instructions for finding anchorages and harbors including a chart for each, as well as hundreds of photographs to illustrate the text.
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NANAHOA FIVE NEEDLES OR PINNACLES
KALAMA NUI ANCHORAGE
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI
PAPOHAKU ROADSTEAD ILIO POINT
ENTERING THE ISLANDS
SETTING AROUND IN ISLAND WATERS
THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
THE ISLAND OF MAUI
MALA WHARF ANCHORAGE
LAHAINA HARBOR AND ANCHORAGE
WAIANUKOLE ANCHORAGE LAHAINA EAST
AWALUA BEACH ANCHORAGE
CORAL GARDENS ANCHORAGE
SUGAR BEACH ANCHORAGE KIHEI ANCHORAGE
ONELOA BEACH ANCHORAGE BIG BEACH
LA PEROUSE BAY
THE ISLAND OF MOLOKINI
THE ISLAND OF LANAI
WAILAU VALLEY ANCHORAGE
PAHU POINT ANCHORAGE LAEOKAPAHU POINT
OKALA ISLAND ANCHORAGE KALAWAO ANCHORAGE
KALAUPAPA ANCHORAGE AWAHUA BAY
THE ISLAND OF OAHU
ALA WAI HARBOR
WAIMEA BAY ANCHORAGE
HALEIWA SMALL BOAT HARBOR
WAIANAE SMALL BOAT HARBOR
POKAI BAY ANCHORAGE
KAHE POINT ANCHORAGE
KO OLINA MARINA BARBERS POINT HARBOR
THE ISLAND OF KAUAI
HAENA POINT ANCHORAGE ALSO CALLED TUNNELS BEACH
NUALOLO STREAM ANCHORAGE CALLED NUALOLO KAI
PORT ALLEN HARBOR
THE ISLAND OF NIIHAU
A NOTE ON THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE
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Page 1 - No alien land in all the world has any deep, strong charm for me but that one, no other land could so longingly and so beseechingly haunt me, sleeping and waking, through half a lifetime, as that one has done. Other things leave me, but it abides; other things change, but it remains the same. For me its balmy airs are always blowing, its summer seas flashing in the sun, the pulsing of its surfbeat is in my ear; I can see its garlanded crags, its leaping cascades, its plumy palms drowsing by the shore,...
Page 4 - ... Hawaiian poetry, when it is more likely that the reader will feel that the Hawaiian passion for nature is, if anything, overdone. It is full of local references - and the whole literary expression is pervaded by the deep love of Hawaiians for their verdant islands . . . Hawaii-with-the-green-back, A land that was found in the ocean, That was thrown up from the sea. Lyric and figurative rather than narrative expression seems to be characteristic of Hawaiian verse. A few poems, however, relate...
Page 8 - What are those branching things?" and the other answered, "They are trees moving about on the sea.
Page 4 - I hoea mai loko o ka ale, I ka halehale poipu a Kanaloa, He koa-kea i halelo i ka wai, I lou i ka makau a ka lawaia, A ka lawaia nui o Kapuhe'euanu'u-la, A pae na wa'a, kau mai; E holo e ai ia Hawaii, he moku; He moku Hawaii, He moku Hawaii no Lonokaeho e noho. "O Lono, Lono, Lono-ka-eho!