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June 9, 2018

1) Other than completing the Oceans 7, why swim the Kaiwi channel? Why swim Channels?
We are member of the team Ocean-Navi, our mission is to promote the ocean swimming in Japan, for that, first we should enjoy the open water swimming by ourselves. For that reason, Haw...

July 13, 2017

Rohan More was the first and this year another swimmer from India successfully Crossed Kaiwi, 17 yo Prabhat Koli. He swam it in 17:20 on June 7, 2017.

I'm always a bit concerned when the really young swimmers want to attempt this channel but this young man had no proble...

June 12, 2017

We are starting to gain some sort of understanding of how the wind and tides and currents effect these swims. We know (obviously) that the wind needs to be behind the swimmer. On a Molokai to Oahu swim that means a wind out of the Northeast, East or Southeast.  We also...

June 4, 2017

On Saturday May 20, 2017 Pat Gallant Charette became the oldest swimmer to successfully cross the Kawai Channel( 23:54.)  She told me right after the swim that she was exactly 66 years and 107 days old. Great job Pat. I stopped counting after 50 but maybe now I'll catc...

May 22, 2017

Starting in 2017 the swimmers who aren't shy about sharing will all answer these same questions. First up in 2017  - Abhejali Bernardova. She successfully swam Kaiwi in March of this year in a time of 21:52. 

1. Other than completing the Oceans 7, why swi...

May 22, 2017

I end up spending a lot of time answering emails about swimming the Kaiwi Channel and all that leads up to it from accommodation on Oahu to taxis on Molokai and currents and jellyfish and sharks and winds and... I really enjoy helping swimmers through the process but I...

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