Yes, Molokai Harbor is a whole lot of nothing. One simple pier for one simple island. But it hails back to another time when steamers came and went and a ferry still does today. For those longing to get out on the water catch the Molokai Ferry in Lahaina and come over for the day. Then hire a local guide... 更多
Mike is a very nice person, we had very interesting and enriching conversations. Fishing was fantastic! Conditions were not easy, but we caught a 1.6 meter long honu :) !!! Capitan Mike delivered it to us cleaned and ready to grill!!! He also brought us to see the turtles!!! WHAT A DAY!! We strongly reccomend to spend one day (or... 更多
Just a small commercial/personal boat wharf at the end of a manmade 1/4 mile mole. Frequented nightly by locals as a convenient gathering area. Access to a large portion of the wharf tightly controlled by inter island shipper Young Brothers. Public restroom available 24/7 but not always presentable because of immature vagrancy. .
Not sure the reason for all of the good reviews. It was a typical harbor and a typical wharf. The views out to sea and back to Molokai were quite good. But there was an industrial dock which added negatively to the ambience. Lots of far prettier sights elsewhere on the island.
Long wharf that you can either walk or drive down. Not many people, it's plain and simple. And, that is what makes it so nice. Beautiful views abound.