Uncovering an Ancient Waʻa
A 600-year-old section of a waka (canoe) hull has been found in Anaweka on the South Island of Aotearoa.0
C4 Waterman: Designs from the Core
Master Hawaiian tattoo artist Keone Nunes infuses symbols that represent waterman values into designs for C4 Waterman apparel.
A Lure of the Past
Crew member Kekaimalu Lee and ʻōlohe lua / carver Umi Kai make traditional fishing lures for use on Hikianalia.
Maupiti Stone Fishing
On the island of Maupiti, crew members experience the rarely seen technique of stone fishing.
Fare Hape, Papenoʻo: Faʻafaite’s Valley
Worldwide Voyage crew members visit Fare Hape, home of the Tahitian voyaging canoe Faʻafaite.
Through the Eyes of Ancestors
The two kiʻi that protect Hōkūleʻa are a reminder of the spirituality linking present voyages to the wisdom of…
Ka Piko o Wākea – ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi
The canoes pass the equator on their way to Tahiti and offer gifts of cultural remembrance. The ceremony is…
Nā Loea: The Masters | Keone Nunes: Ancestral Ink
This is the story of traditional Hawaiian kākau (tattoo) artist, Keone Nunes, and the journey of cultural re-discovery inherent in kākau…
Lei ʻO Hilo
The community at Palekai, Hilo welcomed the Worldwide Voyage crew as they arrived there for their last stop in…