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Hokule'a

The cultural significance, rich history and current practices of outrigger canoeing in Hawaii is something we can all appreciate.

A Hawaiian Canoe Crosses the Oceans Guided by Sun and Stars

A Hawaiian Canoe Crosses the Oceans, Guided by Sun and Stars

The Hokule’a is circling the globe without modern navigation, drawing attention to climate change and to the seafaring skills of ancient Polynesians.

How voyaging on a Hawaiian canoe in the Atlantic changed my understanding of sustainability | Hawaii Magazine

A crewmember's experience on the Hokulea, a Hawaiian double-hulled canoe, as it sails around the world on the Malama Honua Worldwide Voyage.

Kaunitoni, according to Fijian ancestral story of our forefathers, was a canoe which sailed from an ancient homeland in the West, carrying the ancestor gods Lutunasobasoba and Degei, who are variously considered the ancestral founders of the Fijian race.

Kaunitoni, according to Fijian ancestral story of our forefathers, was a canoe which sailed from an ancient homeland in the West, carrying the ancestor gods Lutunasobasoba and Degei, who are variously considered the ancestral founders of the Fijian race.

Aloha Oe (Farewell to Thee)

Aloha Oe (Farewell to Thee)

Simplified Hawaiian voyaging canoe with red sail resting on mahogany wooden base. Length of display: 12 inches. Also available with showcase. More information on www.etsy.com/shop/FrancisPimmel

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The voyaging canoe Hokulea received a generous donation this week as she continues on her journey around the world.

A Polynesian crew is sailing the world without a motor on board a double hull traditional canoe called the Hōkūleʻa. The goal is to increase awareness of the Native Hawaiian culture and to demonstrate how the seas connect us all.

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