Federal aid has been approved for those in Hawaii affected by tsunami waves from the March earthquake in Japan.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported that so far the U.S. Small Business Administration has approved 14 claims for low-interest federal disaster loans across the state.
Five claims were for homes and nine for businesses.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency assessed about $6.2 million in damage at small-boat harbors.
FEMA is expected to pay 75 percent of repair costs.
Disaster loans up to $200,000 are available to homeowners.
Homeowners and renters can receive up to $40,000 for personal property.
Businesses and nonprofits may borrow up to $2 million.
The deadline for loans was May 31, but small-business owners have until Dec. 29 to apply for economic injury disaster loans.