Honokohau Harbor slip may be acquired by purchasing the Corporate capital stock, including a commercial permit, which is designated for a 42′ to 55′ vessel with the possibility of approval for a vessel of 57′, located in the center of the Inner Harbor on the south wall with unobstructed access. Electricity is available, not yet installed.***Price $199,500***
—The harbor is separated into the Outer Harbor and the Inner Harbor.
—The Outer Harbor has slips to 65 feet, and can be less protected in winter.
—The Inner Harbor has slips to 57 feet, and is calmer year round.
—There are approximately 260 slips in Honokohau Harbor, mostly “Med tie,” mooring buoy to dock. Slips are provided with water only. Power is adjacent to some slips, and may be installed by permit holders.
—120 of those slips are designated as commercial, meaning business may be conducted from those.
—For those commercial permitted slips, the waiting list ranges from several years for the smaller, to decades for the larger.
Honokohau Harbor Commercial Slip Facts:
*Honokohau Harbor is owned by The State of Hawaii, and operated Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR), Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation (DOBOR)
*Rules governing the Harbor are found in Hawaii Administrative Rules, Title 13, Department of Land and Natural Resources, Subtitle II, Ocean Recreation and Coastal Areas, Part I, Small Boat Harbors, Chapter 230 – 259 General Provisions, which can be found at: http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/dobor/rules/
*Commercial slip permits owned by corporations can be acquired by purchasing the shares of the corporation.
*Larger slips are rarely if ever available without a boat included in the sale. When available, corporations with commercial permits are valued in the range of approximately $80,000 to more than $300,000, depending upon size and desirability of location .
Please note: facts listed above are the opinions of this owner. Regulations may change.