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1. Beach, Ko ʻOlina, Oʻahu. During the early 1970s, developer Herbert Horita introduced the name West Beach as the project name for the residential-resort complex that he later renamed Ko ʻOlina. 2. 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. West Lagoon is the site of the Coconut Island Small Boat Harbor and the primary entry point to the island. West Lagoon is also where large marine animal research is conducted because of its superior water quality and depth. Facilities include floating enclosures for dolphins and false killer whales and several ponds for sharks. 3. Shore, Oʻahu. Shore from Kalaeloa Point to Kaʻena Point.

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