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Visited this marina 2 years ago and thought then what a mess this place is was here again may 2018 and its just as bad there is piles of rubbish everywhere it never seems to get moved abandoned vehicles that look like they have been...More
We took three tours that left from this place, the place has restrooms which were acceptable and a nice parking with trees which charged us $ 1 per hour, they do have an old man taking pictures of the cars that didn't pay to park...More
There are the usual good looking boats here which make a visit worthwhile but there are also those vintage, maybe even home made craft needing some attention. Plenty of boating related rubbish floating in the water and it would appear that several boats are being...More
I gave this a 2 star because of the condition and considered giving a 1 star. I would rate the harbor a 5 as a prime location, for accessibility, beautiful and extreme potential for views and atmosphere. In it's current condition you can still have...More
On your transfer from the airport to Waikiki Beach hotels you will drive pass this harbour. It is the largest small boat harbour in Hawaii and can give you some excellent photo opportunities. It is fairly easy to walk back and find this from the...More
This marine beside Magic Island looks picturesque during the day, but particularly at night.
Unfortunately it is filled with floating rubbish which detracts significantly when you get a little closer.
Despite this, many small fish seem to survive.
A few hotels front this marina; apart...More
Since we were staying so close to this marina (we could see it from our hotel balcony) we wandered over to it once. Since I'm not a yachter I don't know if it's better than other ones, but there is a nice walking/bike path that...More