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The Moloka'i Channel (also known as the Kaiwi Channel, meaning the Channel of Bones) is a waterway between the islands of O'ahu and Moloka'i in the State of Hawaii. The nearly always rough channel is 42 kilometers (26 miles wide) with an abundance of marine life including sharks, jellyfish, whales, turtles and dolphins. Its maximum depth is 2300 feet (701 meters).
Kimberley swam 19 hrs 27 mins 48 secs to become the 1st New Zealander and 25th person to complete this 26 mile swim. Kimberley documents her journey here.
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