Hokulea arrived at Haleiwa Harbor on Thursday, and while she’s docked, crew members will share their experiences and knowledge with the comm…
The canoes will stop at roughly 40 ports and connect with nearly 80 communities throughout the Hawaiian islands.
Participants will learn about the history of the Polynesian Voyaging Society, parts of a canoe, seamanship and navigation basics.
Her voyage around the world officially came to a close Thursday morning with a quiet, private ceremony at her birthplace, Kualoa.
On June 17, four of Hokulea’s 17 original crew members were asked to relive the magic. Three knew they’d be there, and Richard “Buffalo” Kea…
Nainoa Thompson said Hokulea was in the Ala Wai back in 2000.
Magic Island served as a gathering place Saturday as tens of thousands of people welcomed Hokulea home after her historic journey around the…
Officials want to ensure everything runs smoothly and safely for the canoes, crews, and the public.
Honolulu Night Market will shut down Keawe and Auahi streets from 5-10 p.m. Saturday.
Mother Nature will decide how close the canoes can get to Magic Island.
You’ll be able to experience Kilo Hoku at the upcoming Malama Honua Fair and Summit.
A room at Queen’s Medical Center has been transformed into a lei-making shop.
The workshops are free and are facilitated by Kumu Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu in collaboration with kumu from across the island.
Seven people were chosen as living treasures for their depth of knowledge in Native Hawaiian culture and practices.
The homecoming ceremony is set to take place June 17 at Magic Island and 50,000 people are expected to attend.
After three years of traveling the world, Hokulea is getting closer to home.
Seven of Hokulea’s crew members will be on hand to give the public a peek at life on board the legendary voyaging canoe.
Hokulea’s homecoming on June 17 marks the conclusion of a historic, three-year worldwide voyage.
Hadar says having a 14-story building as his canvas was challenging, as his work took him to new heights — literally.
The vessel Okeanos Marshall will sail across the Pacific to Tahiti, Hawaii and the Marshall Islands