|Water||Moku Uopa Waterport|
|Facts and figures|
|Town hall coordinates||-215, -12262|
|Official language(s)||English, Hawaiian|
Onemaru is a town made up of four barrier islands in the Huanui Archipelago. Currently, one island is claimed.
Each island is unique, and contains different builds. They are all named using Hawaiian words or word combinations.
Isle Onemaru This island, composed of the Hawaiian words "sand" and "peace", is the original island, and the namesake of the city. The island contains a valley in the center which holds town hall. To the east, the Moku Uopa waterport acts as the main hub of boats coming to and from Onemaru. This island will be served by the OMet metro system that will link it with Isle Iki.
Isle Iki This island is currently unclaimed, and plans may vary. Its name is the Hawaiian word for small.
Isle Makana This island is currently unclaimed, and plans may vary. Its name is the Hawaiian word for gift.
Isle Ho'omana This island is currently unclaimed, and plans may vary. Its name is the Hawaiian word for gift.
Intracity transportation will be provided by local boats from Moku Uopa and a small metro on the islands of Onemaru and Iki. Transportation may be extended to the nearby Pummelo Island in the future.