The inland journey includes 52 locks and 160 bridges.
The crew had little to no visibility of the horizon for a few hours, but made for a gorgeous sight.
It has the highest tides on earth, rising dozens of feet in a matter of hours.
The crew arrived in Yarmouth, a seaport of about 7,000.
The Peabody Essex Museum is home to 5,000 Hawaiian artifacts, including a feather cape, kapa.
Hundreds stood dockside to greet the canoe, including Hawaii transplants and members of the Native American Massachusett tribe.
“I just feel blessed to be from two very beautiful worlds,” Trish Keliinui said.
The canoe and crew will depart for New Bedford, Massachusetts on Tuesday.
It’s the last leg of the journey for this current crew.
The crew should arrive at Block Island Sunday night or Monday.
He received the prestigious Hubbard Medal at the 2016 Explorer Awards Thursday in Washington, D.C.
It was surrounded by canoes from around the world for the Hawaiian Airlines Liberty Challenge.
The event was the organization’s way of thanking all those who helped support Hokulea’s journey.
The voyaging canoe docked right outside the UN and crew members met with leaders from across the globe, including U.N. Secretary-General Ban…
The idea behind the Billion Oyster Project might be translated to Hawaiian waters.
The ceremony included a beautiful exchange between Hawaiian culture and Native American culture.
“… I’ll just tell you, I’m scared,” said Hokulea Captain Nainoa Thompson.
Schools superintendent Kathryn Matayoshi will take them with her to New York next Wednesday.
The crew’s arrival is expected Tuesday.