Tag: Kealaikahiki Channel

Swimming Across A Rare Stretch Of Blue

Swimming Across The Big Blue Courtesy of Jeff Kozlovich, Kahoolawe, Hawaii. The Kealaikahiki Channel is a body of water between the islands of Kahoolawe to Lanai in the state of Hawaii. It is rarely crossed. Captain Sidney Akiona escorted software engineer Quinn Carver (10 hours 24 minutes) and retired U.S. Air Force pararescueman Bill Goding (10 hours 44

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Goding Is Golden

Bill Goding has always lent a helping hand. Whether it is mainland visitors to Hawaii or a foreign marathon swimmer attempting to swim between islands, Goding has always ben willing to help. A true waterman and retired Honolulu lifeguard who is skilled in all types of conditions and equipment, he has also done a number of inter-island swims including the

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The Blue Kealaikahiki Channel In Hawaii

The Blue Kealaikahiki Channel In Hawaii Courtesy of Jeff Kozlovich, Big Island, Hawaii. Quinn Carver (10 hours 24 minutes) and Bill Goding (10 hours 44 minutes) swam the 17-mile Kealaikahiki Channel from Kahoolawe to Lanai earlier in April this year, escorted by Sidney Akiona. Enjoy their show here. Copyright © 2008 - 2011 by World Open Water Swimming

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