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ʻĀkau.

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  1. Bay, Kāneʻohe, Oʻahu. Northernmost section of Kāneʻohe Bay.
  2. Beach, Kāʻanapali, Maui. Northernmost section of Kāʻanapali Beach between Black Rock and Kahekili Beach Park.
  3. Beach, surf site, Mōkapu, Oʻahu. Calcareous sand beach on the north end of Mōkapu Peninsula between Ulupaʻu Crater and the runway. Also known as Heleloa.
  4. Lagoon, Kāneʻohe, Oʻahu. One of several man-made lagoons at Coconut Island that were created by Christian Holmes, who owned the island in the 1930s. It is used primarily for recreational swimming.
  5. Shore, Molokaʻi. Coast of Molokaʻi from Hālawa to Kalaupapa.
  6. Shore, Oʻahu. Coast of Oʻahu from Kahuku Point to Kaʻena Point. These boundaries are used by the North Shore Neighborhood Board to define their area of responsibility. For most surfers, the "North Shore" is the 10 miles of shore from Kahuku Point to Kaiaka Bay that includes eight world-class surf sites: Velzyland, Sunset, Rocky Point, Pipeline, Waimea, Chun's Reef, Laniakea, and Haleiwa. The remainder of the coast from Kaiaka Bay to Kaʻena Point is called Mokulēʻia.

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