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Lighthouses on Lanai Island

Information about light stations and lighthouses on the island of Lanai in Hawaii.

Lanai Lighthouse Near Kaneapua Rock
Lanai Island Lighthouse Near Kaneapua Rock
Photo Credit: Forest and Kim Starr / USGS



Paiaoa Point Lighthouse
Also known as the Cape Kaea Light. Displayed for the first time on June 6, 1934. onsisting of an automated beacon positioned atop a wooden skeletal tower, the light was one of eleven acetylene-powered lights built in the islands during the late 1920s and early 1930s. The flashing white light with a period of six seconds has a focal plane of ninety-one feet above the water and has a red sector to mark rocks to the southeast off Manele

Kaumalapau Lighthouse
To transport the harvest from the island, the bight at the mouth of Kaumalapau Gulch was converted into a small harbor by constructing a breakwater on the north side of this small indentation along Lanai's southwest shore. The island's first navigational light was established at the end of the breakwater in 1924, and the following year, the Bureau of Lighthouses assumed control for this beacon and established a second light on the south side of the entrance to Kaumalapau Harbor. This second light was originally a beacon mounted atop a small wooden building but has since been replaced with a metal pole, daymark placard, and a solar powered light. Kaumalapau Harbor on the western coast of Lanai.

Manele bay Lighthouse
In 1965 a breakwater was constructed in Manele Bay to form a small harbor. At the outer end of the breakwater, a beacon mounted atop a pole anchored in a ten-foot-high white house served as an entrance light. Today, a cement base supports a pole light that serves pleasure craft and the ferry that runs between Lanai and Maui. Located at the end of the breakwater in the harbor at Manele Bay.

Pohakuloa Point Lighthouse
A metal pole light was installed in 1968 at Pohakuloa Point, the northern-most point of land on Lanai Island. (same as the lighthouse ruins at Shipwreck Beach?)

Kaunolu Village Light Tower


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