Off the northeast end of Molokai is Kanaha Rock (lower left) and Moku-Ho'Oniki island(upper right):

Moku-Ho'Oniki is also know as Turtle Rock:

Kanaha Rock is quite a bit smaller:

Redtailed Tropicbird:

Looking across at Maui (Haleakala in the clouds):

Plantation Course at Kapalua:

We had a humpback whale mom, calf and escort join us at Moku-Ho'Oniki

In the image below, the orientation of Moku-Ho'Oniki and Kanaha Rock lend themselves to the name Turtle Rock: