Kaunakakai (Molokai Island, Hawaii)

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Hawaii - Mexico - Panama Canal


21.09333 N, -157.02389 W

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Kaunakakai is a CDP (census-designated place) located in Maui County, Hawaii, United States. It's the largest town on Molokai Island. In 2010 the population of Kaunakakai was 3,425. The town is "twinned" with Embo, Scotland and was made famous during the 1930s by "The Cockeyed Mayor of Kaunakakai" song, beginning the ongoing tradition of designating honorary mayor for the city. King Kamehameha V spent some of his his summers on Molokai at a Kaunakakai home in the mid-1800s. Kaunakakai's main street, Ala Malama Avenue, was named after king's summer home.

Molokai Island (MolokaŹ»i/Molokai), often called the "Friendly Island", is located in the Hawaiian archipelago. It is 61x16 km (38x10 ml) in size with usable land area of 260 sq.miles (673 km2), making it the 5th-largest of main Hawaiian Islands and 27th largest in the United States.

Ferries from Kaunakakai go to the privately owned Lanai Island docking at Manele Bay's pier.

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