Worldwide Voyage – 2016 Year In Review

Worldwide Voyage – 2016 Year In Review

From South Africa to the Caribbean to Canada and all up and down the East Coast of the United States, Hōkūleʻa and her crew had an eventful year. Here is a small peek in to the places and people Hōkūleʻa touched in 2016. Enjoy!








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  1. heide-maria leitgeb 7 years ago

    hello hokulea crew,
    thank you so much – MAHALO ALOHA – for the video you shared – I LOVE IT – THAT
    is a journey for me – i heard about last year and was waiting in greece/santorini the
    end of september……thought maybe you will come to europe also – maybe this year?
    i´m from austria and there is a strong connect to polynesia since a long time…..and all
    what happend at this time, i was dreaming for : that we/all is connect, that we are all
    pure love (not all yet – i know) and i understand early in my life, what we are……
    have to stop – otherwise i never end to write and tell – i love to communicate on this way
    also – but much more of course from face to face….
    with heartgreetings heide-maria
    ps: your journey remember me to MOANA/VAIANA – was watching last christmas……

    • Kaimana Pine 7 years ago

      Aloha! For now the crew is on schedule to be back in Hawaiʻi in June 2017, perhaps you can join us there? Thank you for the well wishes and hope you’ve been inspired to do more to Mālama Honua (care for Island Earth). Mahalo!

  2. Laura Palmer Cosgrove 7 years ago

    My family and I watched for Hokule’a to pass by our hometown of Sandwich, MA at the bayside of the Cape Cod Canal, as Hokule’a and her crew left Massachusetts Maritime Academy and headed for Boston. My heart lept as Hokule’a rounded the bend and approached…she is beautiful! We held our “Aloha” sign high and I did my best to convey a wish for a “Safe Voyage” in sketchy internet Hawaiian. The friendly crew smiled and waved to us as they passed. May Hokule’a and all hands that tend her continue a much blessed journey of ambassadorship and may the gods smile upon
    you all….Aloha!

    • Kaimana Pine 7 years ago

      Thank you very much for coming out to greet the crew, it is appreciated and hope the voyage has inspired you to Mālama Honua. Aloha!

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