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Umbrellas up to seven-and-a-half feet in diameter are allowed in line with, or behind, the established umbrella line. Again, no other shading devices are permitted during the summer months, with the exception of small, infant tents no larger than four feet wide by three feet deep and three feet high. Tents up to 12-by-12 feet square and less than nine feet tall may be used from the day after Labor Day until Memorial Day, behind the umbrella line and 10 feet apart. Providing residents and visitors with a public beach access and a safe, lifeguard-monitored environment is our highest priority!

(d) Established umbrella lines. Any shading devices, or other obstructions that impede upon the franchisee's established umbrella line may be moved landward of the established umbrella line. Any umbrellas, shading devices, or other obstructions cannot obstruct the view of the lifeguard's area of responsibility and may be removed. No shading devices, or other obstructions may be placed within ten feet of any established umbrella line. Shading devices must be placed outside of the established umbrella line and shall remain in-line or landward of the established umbrella line. In the absence of an established umbrella line, umbrellas and shading devices must be placed above the high-tide line.

(g) It shall be unlawful for any ocean front business license holder to supplant, or interfere with the water safety franchisee's primary contractual right for exclusive compensatory vendor services in exchange for the provision of water safety by engaging in competitive beach vendor services in the rental or provision of beach chairs or beach umbrellas. Violation of this prohibition subjects the license to suspension or revocation civil administrative process, in addition to any criminal prosecution.

Just a question to all who have stayed at Ko Olina. I noticed when looking at all the beach photos, I would see lots of recliners and never a single sun umbrella. Then I found out that umbrellas are "banned" on the Marriott Ko Olina Beach Club lagoon beach. I couldn't believe it, how is that supposed to work for families that have a child under 1 yr old for example who really need a place in shade Or adults who for various reasons simply can't sit in the open sun

So I called the Ko Olina security office (Marriott informed me it's not really their policy but the Ko Olina assocation or whatever), and they said some years ago an umbrella went flying and hit a little girl, so they banned them all. Now I don't know the particulars of this incident and hopefully it wasn't tragic, but come on, when a kid slips on the pool decking and cuts his head, is the pool forever closed to future guests Costco now sells Tommy Bahama umbrellas that have a corkscrew-like bottom pole that is designed to prevent the flyaway umbrellas. Wouldn't that be sufficient And if you're not going to allow guests to bring their own beach umbrellas, for God's sake at least provide sturdy weighted umbrellas to guests that aren't able to sit in the open sun.

The answer you received is not true. Everything maki (toward the water) is the responsibility of the Ko Olina association, not the resorts. If the lie you were told was true, why would they have left the same umbrellas in place at lagoon 2.

The truth is that the Ko Olina association, if they will admit it, got into a disagreement with Marriott and they dug up the umbrellas for spite. Since Marriott has no interest at lagoon 2, they left those umbrellas. Basically, the Ko Olina association took their toys an went home.

We SO agree with you! We have been owners here for many years and we have begged Marriott to get umbrellas because we can't be in the sun. There is no shade on the beach so we simply have to avoid it. We know they could accomplish umbrellas if they really tried, because Disney has tons of umbrellas on Lagoon #1 for their guests, as well as beach activities which Marriott does not have. They blame the developer but tha


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