Here’s hoping that the sail’s impact will inspire future generations, from keiki to kupuna, to learn more about the health of our planet and its varied cultures, and take action to preserve and protect both.
Synopsis: On its maiden voyage to Tahiti in 1976, Höküleæa was captained by Käwika Kapahulehua. He was a Hawaiian language speakers who in his later years taught language students at the University of Hawaii. Höküleæa has just returned from a voyage around the world and will anchor off Ala Moana Park on Saturday.
By Marcel Honoré email@example.com on June 16, 2017
By Marcel Honoré firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on June 16, 2017
Updated on June 15, 2017 at 10:13 pm
Officials estimate as many as 50,000 people will descend on Magic Island on Saturday to welcome the voyaging canoe Hokule‘a back to Oahu, and with on-site parking limited they recommend TheBus, shuttles and bicycles as alternative transportation.
By Bianca Smallwood email@example.com on June 8, 2017
By Bianca Smallwood firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on June 8, 2017
In anticipation of about 50,000 people attending next week’s homecoming of the Hokule‘a, the city is urging people to get there by bus, carpool or bike because parking will be restricted at Ala Moana Regional Park.
By Jason Genegabus email@example.com on May 28, 2017
By Jason Genegabus firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on May 28, 2017
Updated on June 2, 2017 at 1:35 pm
Three years and more than 40,000 miles after departing Honolulu’s south shore for Hilo and oceans beyond, the traditional Hawaiian sailing canoe Hokule‘a is on its way home after circumnavigating the globe.