1. Landing, Kīhei, Maui. Landing ruins at the north end of Mai Poina ʻOe Iʻau Beach Park. About 1890, Maui Sugar Plantation owners and farmers selected this site for a landing in Māʻalaea Bay. A 200-foot-long wharf was constructed and used by interisland steamers to land freight and ship produce. About 1915, the interisland steamers stopped calling because severe sand accretion prevented them from reaching the wharf, but smaller boats continued to use it until 1952 when Māʻalaea Small Boat Harbor was constructed. Now only a few pilings and a rubblemound remain. 2. Offshore mooring, Kīhei, Maui. State mooring site off the old landing. 3. Ramp, Kīhei, Maui. State boat launching facility south of Kamaʻole III Beach Park. Facilities include three ramps, two docks, and a vessel washdown area. Lit., shawl, cape, cloak.