Hōkūleʻa and Hikianalia crewmembers strategically divide the food, gear and necessities needed for their long voyage to Tahiti.0
Kau Ka Peʻa, Holo Ka Waʻa
May 17, 2014 marked the beginning of a new chapter for history here in Hawaiʻi.
Jack Johnson, Paula Fuga, & Chucky Boy Chock: Nā Hoʻokele ʻŌpiopio
All of the achievements present and future are due to the support of many, who contribute monetary, and in…
Ka Ipu a ka Hoʻokele
Aside from physical training, the Worldwide Voyage requires spiritual and mental stability, which is being practiced through mele.
Aunty Lita Blankenfeld and her gang help to prepare the meals that will go out with the crew on…
Crew member’s families come together to learn about the Worldwide Voyage and leave with peace of mind that their…
ʻImi Naʻauao 2014
The annual ʻImi Naʻauao ʻOhana Waʻa Crew Training multi-day event allows canoe crewmembers across the state to collaborate in…
Safety Training: Life Raft, PFDs, Flares
The Worldwide Voyage crew gets ready for dangers on the open ocean by learning how to properly use the…
Hawaiʻiloa: The Legend Returns
On March 24, 2014, the traditional sailing canoe Hawaiʻiloa returned to the sea after more than a decade on…
Hikianalia Crew Training
Led by their watch captains, Hikianalia crew are solidifying protocol for the canoe on her upcoming voyage to Tahiti.