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Destination Sail 2016

'Anaeho'omalu to Kiholo

'Anaeho'omalu to Akahukaimu 1 mi
 Akahukaimu to Keawaiki          1 mi
Keawaiki to Kiholo                       3 mi

 For more information on these Places, click on the place names.



General Sail Info: Only Na Pe'a participants will be sailing. We will have a small escort vessel. A limited number of family members will be able to meet us Tues (6/7) - Thur (6/9) afternoon/evenings. Details about family meeting times and locations coming soon, but we need a head count on all who are COMMITTED to coming as land support crew. We must know by next Friday 5/27 and we CANNOT change it. This will be first come first served basis as spaces are highly limited.


Sail Plan - Subject to Change

Monday 6/6: Meet at Anaehoomalu at 9am, rig & load canoes, sail south to Akahukaimu. Wilderness camping - no land crew support this night. ***We will need carpool support to get all kids out to Anaehoomalu. Please let us know if you can drive and how many open seats you have.*****

Tuesday 6/7: Sail south to Keawaiki. Camping on beach. Land support crew to gain private gate access mid-day and the following morning (exact time TBD)

Weds 6/8: Sail Keawaiki to Kiholo. Camping at the Nature Conservancy property at Ka Loko o Kiholo. Land support crew to gain private gate access mid-day and the following morning. Estimated times are 10am

Thurs 6/9: @ Kiholo: Day sails & malama aina workday at Ka Loko o Kiholo. Camping at same location in Kiholo. Gates will open for Land Support Crew at 8am and again in the afternoon (time TBD)

Friday 6/10: @ Kiholo & Returning to Keauhou: Pack up camp & closing ceremony for our trip. Depart Kiholo by 1pm.

**We recognize that because this is a work day, most parents will not be able to attend a Closing Ceremony. Because of this we still plan to do a Closing for our trip, but we will move the family Closing Event (see below)**

***We will need carpool support to get all kids out back to Keauhou. Please let us know if you can drive and how many open seats you have.*****


Parents RSVP to Nahaku by 5/27 

  • which evenings/nights you wish to join us as land support crew

  • what times on those days you would be able to meet at the gate (ex. after noon, after 3p...)

  • what time you would need to be out the gate the following morning. Keep in mind that each leg of this sail is relatively short and that the kids will be coming into the next destination around 12noon each day. There is no guarantee that we will be able to accommodate you on gate opening/closing times, but we will do our best.

  • Can you bring a vehicle with a decent amount of clearance (it doesnt have to be 4WD, but it does have to be able to clear uneven ground). We will be very limited on the number of vehicles we take into each place, so we'll have to consolidate people and gear into available vehicles.


Saturday 6/18, 5p: Closing Dinner. Bring the family for a potluck dinner at Uncle Kalani's house! We'll remember our favorite times, provide program feedback, and look ahead to what's next!


Suggested Gear List - in your drybag. Those who missed last session, we passed out drybags to our 1st year members. You will get your bag on the 29th.

Water bottle

2 set sailing clothes- sunshirt/ paddle pants/ shorts

Jacket/Foul Weather Gear
Swim suit
Dry clothes to sleep in
Sleeping bag


Ground cover **We will be sleeping on the ground next to the canoes
Toothbrush & paste

Baby Wipes

Other Toiletries
Personal medications, allergic to anything? Bring medications & tell kumu what you have
Waterproof bag if you bring a camera

*Bathing - mostly we will be scrubbing in the ocean and rinsing the salt off in freshwater ponds. No soap in the freshwater ponds. If you do bring soap, make sure it is BIODEGRADABLE - like Dr. Bronners or Sea to Summit Wilderness Soap


If you have it:

Mask, snorkel, fins


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