Kaulakahi Channel

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noun - The Kaulakahi Channel is a 17-mile (27.3 km) wide channel that separates the islands of Kauai and Niihau in the state of Hawaii. It is part of the Eight Seas.

Kaulakahi Channel Swimmers

The list of successful Kaulakahi Channel Swimmers who have successfully crossed this channel include:

8. 2012 - Bill Goding
7. 2012 - Tina Neill
6. 2012 - Forrest Nelson
5. 2010 - Quinn Carver
4. 2003 - Linda Kaiser, 1st Channel Crossing, 1st Women
3. 2003 - Laurie Foster
2. 2003 - Mike Spalding
1. 2003 - Tom Robinson

Channels in the Hawaiian Islands

There are 9 main channels in the Hawaiian Islands that individuals attempt to swim: Auau Channel (or the Maui Channel), Kalohi Channel, Alalakeiki Channel, Pailolo Channel, Alenuihaha Channel, Kaulakahi Channel, Kealaikahiki Channel, Kaiwi Channel (or Moloka'i Channel) and the Kaieiewaho Channel.

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