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Hilo Harbor Pier 4 terminal.

Coast Guard elevates Hawaii Island ports to condition YANKEE

All pleasure craft shall seek sheltered waters. The Captain of the Port is directing action by the maritime and port community. All ocean-going vessels and barges 200 gross tons and above, without an approved application to remain in port, shall make preparations to depart port before the setting of port condition ZULU.

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Hilo Harbor’s cargo and passenger projects are completed

The Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT), Harbors Division, celebrated the blessing of Hilo Harbor’s newly completed Pier 4 cargo wharf project, the Pier 1 cargo yard and passenger terminal improvements.

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Governor releases $12.4M for highways, harbors

MEDIA RELEASE Further energizing Hawaii’s construction industry, Gov. Neil Abercrombie has released more than $12.4 million for capital improvement projects (CIP) to increase safety and improve, expand and maintain transportation infrastructure across the state. “Our highways and harbors provide us with a fundamental transportation link that we depend on economically and socially,” Abercrombie said. “By […]

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$18.7M released for state facilities, schools

MEDIA RELEASE Gov. Neil Abercrombie has announced the release of more than $18.7 million in capital improvement project (CIP) and grant funds for priority repairs and improvements at state facilities and public schools, as well as installation of a new photovoltaic system for a charter school on Kauai. “Our economy is getting stronger, and capital […]

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Funds released for Hilo Harbor, Keaau-Pahoa Road

MEDIA RELEASE Gov. Neil Abercrombie has announced the release of more than $147.8 million for capital improvement projects (CIPs) improving Hawaii’s harbors, airports and highways. “Many of these projects will transform our transportation infrastructure, facilitate commerce, and improve visitor, resident and business travel throughout our state,” Abercrombie said. “I’d like to acknowledge the state legislators […]

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$53, 482 in improvents will inlude a reroofing project on the Pier 1 Shed, utilities upgrades and other improvements. Photo courtesy of DOT

Roof repairs start today for Hilo Harbor Pier 1 shed, security screening area moved outside

Beginning Wednesday, February 22, 2012 the Hilo Harbor cruise ship passenger screening area will be relocated from inside Pier 1 Shed to the outside walkway. The Pier 1 Shed will undergo roof rehabilitation, utilities upgrades and other improvements at a cost of $53,482. Tents and utilities will be installed creating a weather-protected area for passengers […]

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Hilo cruise ship passenger security screening relocating temporarily

Hilo cruise ship passenger security screening relocating temporarily

MEDIA RELEASE The state Department of Transportation this week is relocating the Hilo Harbor security screening area for cruise ship passengers from inside the Pier 1 Shed to the outside walkway of the pier. Work on the $53,482 project is set to begin Wednesday, Feb. 22 and is scheduled to be completed by March 13. […]

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Fire and Hazmat crews responded to a 10:08 a.m. alarm Tuesday (Nov 1) to 999 Kalanianaole Avenue for leaking fuel at the Aloha Petroleum Hilo Harbor bulk fuel facility.

Crews found diesel fuel flowing out of two overflow pipes onto the ground from a storage tank being filled from a barge at Pier three. Approximately 14,700 gallons of fuel was spilled onto the ground after an operator miscalculated how much fuel could be pumped into the tank.

Aloha Petroleum spills 14,700 gallons of fuel onto ground at Hilo Harbor

Fire and Hazmat crews responded to a 10:08 a.m. alarm Tuesday (Nov 1) to 999 Kalanianaole Avenue for leaking fuel at the Aloha Petroleum Hilo Harbor bulk fuel facility. Crews found diesel fuel flowing out of two overflow pipes onto the ground from a storage tank being filled from a barge at Pier three. Approximately […]

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Please be advised that there will be a stop work meeting on Thursday, October 20, 2011. To accommodate this meeting, the Matson Hilo and Kawaihae container yards and auto lots will be closed 1-4 p.m.

Stevedores stop work meeting in Hilo/Kawaihae (Oct. 20)

Please be advised that there will be a stop work meeting on Thursday, October 20, 2011. To accommodate this meeting, the Matson Hilo and Kawaihae container yards and auto lots will be closed 1-4 p.m.

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Facility will increase total amount of harbor space and improve operational safety and efficiency for users

Hilo Harbor Inter-Island Cargo Terminal breaks ground

Facility will increase total amount of harbor space and improve operational safety and efficiency for users

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A building north swell with a long period will produce hazardous conditions for north facing harbors such as Kahului Maui and Hilo Big Island. Expect the north swell to cause waves breaking at harbor entrances and moderate surges in the harbors. The dangerous conditions will start easing off tonight.

A rising north swell may produce hazardous conditions for Hilo Harbor

A building north swell with a long period will produce hazardous conditions for north facing harbors such as Kahului Maui and Hilo Big Island. Expect the north swell to cause waves breaking at harbor entrances and moderate surges in the harbors. The dangerous conditions will start easing off tonight.

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U.S. Coast Guard investigators from Marine Safety Detachment, Hawaii, on the Big Island, responded Thursday and Friday to a small oil spill in Hilo Harbor. This photo was taken Thursday, April 9, 2009, by the crew of an HH-65 Dolphin rescue helicopter.

Coast Guard investigates oil spill in Hilo Harbor

U.S. Coast Guard investigators from Marine Safety Detachment, Hawaii, on the Big Island, responded Thursday and Friday to a small oil spill in Hilo Harbor. This photo was taken Thursday, April 9, 2009, by the crew of an HH-65 Dolphin rescue helicopter.

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Big Isle projects share in state's $1.8B plan

Big Isle projects share in state’s $1.8B plan

MEDIA RELEASE Gov. Linda Lingle, mayors, legislators, construction industry executives and labor leaders this week announced $1,865,522,037 in public infrastructure improvement projects statewide as part of an effort to stimulate the economy and create jobs.   The plan focuses on 1,521 projects statewide that already have been budgeted and approved by the Legislature and are […]

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