Crewmembers prepared the two vessels ahead of Pam, knowing the storm had weakened but also knowing what it did to Vanuatu.
The song is part of an online crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for the canoe’s worldwide voyage.
This was the manifestation of a quiet dream, so much so, some laughed and thought they were crazy.
In April, the canoe will venture beyond the Pacific Ocean for the first time, beginning with anticipated visits throughout Australia.
The Pwo master navigator will be honored alongside fellow recipients, including His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco and U.S. Secr…
The “Birthday to Earth Day” campaign will run from Sunday, March 8, through April 22
Crewmembers are preparing the Hokulea for dry-dock before she leaves Polynesia for the first time in April.
STEM now has an off-shoot called “STEMS-squared,” and it’s rooted in the values of Hokulea’s voyage around the world and soon this branch’s …
The voyaging canoe expects to arrive in Auckland, New Zealand by mid-February.
During this leg, Hokulea successfully completed the round-trip sail from Wellington to Golden Bay, New Zealand.
Captain and navigator Kalepa Baybayan and his crew of nine departed Auckland last week, most of them young and inexperienced.
Hokulea has begun the next leg of its worldwide voyage. The canoe departed New Zealand’s Auckland Harbor on Thursday, Jan. 8, at 10 a.m. Haw…
HOPAlea Ginger Chocolate by Uncle Clay’s House of Pure Aloha was designed to support Hokulea’s Malama Honua voyage around the world.
Hikianalia is the solar-powered, engine-driven escort boat that is capable of providing support for Hokulea.
Hawaii’s voyaging veterans from Hokulea’s last voyage here and Aotearoa’s Maori veteran voyagers joined together with generations who rememb…
In Whangarei, they’re conducting community outreach, canoe tours, teaching navigation and spreading the word of Malama Honua.
Hokulea has finally arrived in Waitangi, Aotearoa, for the first time in about three decades, and only her second time ever. And in many way…
The crew first sighted land from the deck of the Hokulea at approximately 7:30 a.m. Saturday.
The two young navigators were ecstatic and relieved after spotting land on Saturday.
It was a difficult test for Hokulea’s two young navigators, Kaiulani Murphy and Kaleo Wong, as they braved tough conditions.