KAUNAKAKAI HARBOR, MOLOKAI
Welcome to Kaunakakai Harbor, the island of Molokai's Small Boat Harbor oceanfront to the largest town on
Kaunakakai Harbor is used for cargo, recreation and commercial uses therefore the port autority is shared by
the Department of Transportation - Harbors Diivision and the Department of Land and Natural Resources'
Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation.
The town was made famous in the 1930s by the song "The Cockeyed Mayor of Kaunakakai", beginning an
ongoing tradition of designating an honorary mayor.
In the mid-1800s, King Kamehameha V sometimes spent his summers on Molokai at a home in Kaunakakai.
The main street of Kaunakakai, Ala Malama Avenue, was named after the king's summer home.
PO Box 738, Kaunakakai, HI 96748
Harbor Office: (808) 553-1742 • District Office: (808) 243-5824
21° 04′ 47″ N, 157° 01′ 50″ W
This site is under construction and is provided as a free public service to sailors, fishermen and visitors alike.
This site is NOT affiliated with the Harbor management, the State of Hawaii, Harbors Division, DLNR nor Dept. of Boating and Ocean Recreation.
• 29 Berths / Moorings • 2 Docks • Restrooms • Harbor Office
• Vessel Washdown • 12 foot-wide Boat Ramp