Fisherman in Honolulu are starting to pull their boats out of the harbor Monday ahead of Hurricane Olivia.
KHON2’s Cole Miller says word around the harbor is that the U.S. Coast Guard wants everyone out by 5 or 6 a.m. on Tuesday.
Miller saw a few fisherman at Pier 38 unloading their supplies on U-Hauls as they prepare to pull their boats out.
Some fisherman are frustrated since this is the second time they’ve had to do this recently.
Mase, a tuna fisherman, says it’s been tough on business especially right after Hurricane Lane.
At Honolulu’s Pier 38, tuna fishermen, like Mase, are being asked to get their boats out of the harbor ahead of #HurricaneOlivia. Some say it’s tough on business, especially after Lane @KHONnews pic.twitter.com/cbJaO1A9zQ— Cole Miller (@ColeKOIN) September 10, 2018