Kauhola Point Light

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Kauhola Point Light
Kauhola Point Lighthouse.jpg
Kauhola Point Light, demolished in December 2009
Kauhola Point Light is located in Hawaii
Kauhola Point Light
Location Kauhola Point
Coordinates 20°14′43.1″N 155°46′19.2″W / 20.245306°N 155.772000°W / 20.245306; -155.772000Coordinates: 20°14′43.1″N 155°46′19.2″W / 20.245306°N 155.772000°W / 20.245306; -155.772000
Year first constructed 1897 (first)
1933 (second)
Year first lit 2009 (current)
Deactivated 1933 (first)
2009 (second)
Construction reinforced concrete tower (second)
stainless steel pole (current)
Tower shape cylindrical tower
Markings / pattern white tower (first)
unpainted pole (current)
Height 86 feet (26 m) (second)
Focal height 116 metres (381 ft) (current)
Light source solar power
Range 10 nautical miles (19 km; 12 mi) (current)
Characteristic Fl W 15s.
Admiralty number G7222
ARLHS number HAW-010
USCG number 28010
Managing agent United States Coast Guard[1][2]

Kauhola Point Lighthouse was located near Kapa'au, on the "Big Island" of Hawaii, near the northern tip of the island.

On December 12, 2009, this structure was demolished due to erosion near its base.

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  1. ^ Hawaii The Lighthouse Directory. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Retrieved 5 November 2016
  2. ^ Light List, Hawaii District 14 United States Coast Giuard. Retrieved 5 November 2016

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