OAHU
HALEIWA BAY Zone E (Exhibit "O"), is a designated recreational thrill craft area. The boundaries are as follows: Beginning at a point from the low water mark on the tip of the breakwater of Haleiwa Small Boat Harbor, then by azimuth measured clockwise from True South, 110 degrees for a distance of two thousand eight hundred feet; 020 degrees for a distance of two thousand feet; 110 degrees for a distance of one thousand feet; 200 degrees for a distance of two thousand feet; then by a straight line to the point of beginning. This zone shall be closed to all thrill craft operations from December 15 to May 15 of the following year. Zone F (Exhibit "O"), is a designated recreational thrill craft area. The boundaries are as follows: Beginning from the low water mark at Pua'ena Point, then by azimuth measured clockwise from True South, 125 degrees for a distance of four hundred thirty feet to a point in the water; tehn 140 degrees for a distance of one thousand feet; 230 degrees for a distance of two thousand feet; 320 degrees for a distance of one thousand feet; then 050 degrees for two thousand feet and the point of beginning.
KANEOHE BAY The Kaneohe Bay recreational thrill craft zone (Exhibit "V1" and "X"), is defined as beginning at a point in the water immediately south of bouy "3", which marks the southeast boundary of the northern shipping channel in Kaneohe Bay; then in a southerly direction along the eastern boundary of the channel to the intersection of the Sampan Channel at bouy "10", except where zoned for other activity; then in a northeast direction along the northwestern boundary of the Sampan Channel to bouy "R2"; then on a straight line to the point of beginning. The speed of any watercraft shall not exceed 15 knots when within the confines of the Kaneohe Bay channel (Exhibits "V1", "W" and "X"). The boundaries are described as follows: The Kaneohe Channel, beginning at a line across the channel at daybeacon "G11", then through each and every buoy and daybeacon in ascending order to the intersection at the extended line of the Sampan Channel range marks.
MAUNALUA BAY Zone D (Exhibit "EE"), is a designated recreational thrill craft area. The boundaries of Zone D are as follows: Beginning at a point in the water, by azimuth measured clockwise from True South, which is 012 degrees for a distance of seven hundred fifty feet from a point on the low water mark on the east side of Maunalua Bay boat ramp; then on a radius of two hundred feet around that point. Zone "E" (Exhibit "EE"), is a designated recreational thrill craft area. The boundaries of Zone E are as follows: Beginning at a point in the water, by azimuth measured clockwise from True South 076 degrees for a distance of four thousand one hundred feet from Bouy "1", then 076 degrees for a distance of eight hundred thousand four hundred feet; 168 degrees for a distance of one thousand four hundred fiftyfive feet; 259 degrees for a distance of eight thousand five hundred eighty feet; then in a straight line to the point of beginning. Other vessels shall exercise caution when transiting this area. This zone shall be closed to all thrill craft operations during the whale season, from December 15 to May 15 of the following year. Zone F (Exhibit "EE"), is a slownowake zone. Caution should be taken when transiting through this zone because it is a green sea turtle resting and foraging area. Zone I (Exhibit "HH"), is a designated recreational thrill craft ingressegress zone for access to the ocean waters of Maunalua Bay. No person shall operate or moor a vessle, surfboard, or sailboard within this area. The boundaries of Zone H are as follows: Beginning at a point of the shorward western boundary of Maunalua Beach Park boat ramp; then by azimuth measured clockwise from True South, 120 degrees for a distance of seventyfive feet, 030 degrees for a distance of one hundred feet to a point in the water; 120 degrees for a distance of one hundred feet to a point in the water; 218 degrees for distance of one hundred feet to a point on land; then in a straight line to the point of beginning.
REEF RUNWAY The Reef Runway Zone (Exhibit "NN"), is designated for recreational thrill craft operations. Any vessel transiting this area shall exercise extreme caution when occupied by recreational thrill craft. The boundaries are as follows: Beginning at a point in the water by azimuth measured clockwise from True South, 323 degrees for a distance of four hundred fifty feet from the low water mark of the western boundary of the Reef Runway "8R"; then 323 degrees for a distance of two thousand seven hundred sixty feet; 270 degrees for a distance of thirteen thousand seven hundred ten feet; 180 degrees for a distance of two thousand two hundred fifty feet; then by a straight line to the point of beginning.
BIG ISLAND OF HAWAII
HILO BAY Hilo Bay Zone A (Exhibit "CCC"), is designated a recreational thrill craft area. The boundaries of Zone A are as follows: Beginning at a point at the low water mark which is three thousand six hundred feet east of the tip of Hilo Breakwater; then by azimuth measured clockwise from True South, 005 degrees for a distance of one thousand one hundred feet; 095 degrees for a distance of three thousand nine hundred feet; 185 degrees for a distance of two thousand feet; 275 degrees for a distance of one thousand one hundred feet; 005 degrees to the low water mark on the seaward side of the breakwater; then along the low water mark to the point of beginning. WAIAKEA ACCESS CORRIDOR The Waiakea Access Corridor means the area confined by the boundaries shown on Exhibit "DDD". The corridor is for access to the beach from Hilo Bay for recreational thrill craft and waterski activities. The boundaries of the corridor are as follows: Beginning at a point at the low water mark at the north tip of the Wailoa River Channel; then by azimuth measured clockwise from True South, 187 degrees for a distance of four hundred fifty feet; 097 degrees for a distance of one hundred fifty feet; 007 degrees for a point at the low water mark of the shorline; then along the shorline to the point of beginning.
KAILUA BAY, KONA Kailua Bay Zone B is a recreational thrill craft area. This zone shall be closed to all thrill craft operations during the whale season, from December 15 to May 15 of the following year. The boundaries are as follows: Beginning at a point in the water, by azimuth measured clockwise from True South, 341 degrees for a distance of two thousand one hundred ninty feet from the south tip of Kukailimoku Point; then 330 degrees for a distance of three thousand seven hundred fifty feet; 090 degrees for a distance of three thousand eight hundred forty feet; 210 degrees to the point of beginning. Kailua Bay Zone C is a recreational thrill craft area. Zone C shall be closed to all thrill craft operations from May 15 to December 15 of each year. The boundaries are as follows: Beginning at a point in the water, measured clockwise from True South, 060 degrees at a distance of six hundred sixty feet from Kalaepaakai Point, then 330 degrees for a distance of three thousand five hundred forty feet; 090 degrees for a distance of one thousand seven hundred forty feet; then in a straight line to the point of beginning.
