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Hikianalia expected to reach Honolulu today

The Hikianalia, the Hokule‘a’s sister canoe, is expected to arrive today in Honolulu on the final leg of the Alahula Kai o Maleka Hikianalia California Voyage from San Diego back to Hawaii. Read more

Hikianalia expected to arrive in Honolulu on Tuesday

The Hikianalia, the Hokule‘a’s sister canoe, is expected to arrive in Honolulu on Tuesday, on the final leg of the Alahula Kai o Maleka Hikianalia California Voyage from San Diego back to Hawaii. Read more

Hikianalia greeted at Dana Point, Calif.

Hundreds of canoe paddlers, boaters and water enthusiasts greeted Hikianalia and its crew members outside Dana Point, Calif., Wednesday and, as is Hawaiian custom, Hikianalia crew chanted outside the breakwater at Dana Cove and requested permission to enter the port, according to a media release from the Polynesian Voyaging Society. Read more

Hikianalia travels to Bay Area

Thousands of people converged at Aquatic Park in San Francisco on Sunday to greet the Polynesian voyaging canoe Hikianalia and its 13-member crew. Read more

Hikianalia to set sail for West Coast

The Hokule‘a’s sister canoe, the Hikianalia, is scheduled to depart Wednesday, weather permitting, for a 2,500-mile voyage to California. Read more

Hokule‘a arrives at Maunalua Bay

The Polynesian voyaging canoe Hokule‘a arrived at the Hawaii Kai Towne Center Saturday as part of its “Mahalo, Hawaii Sail” tour of the state. Read more

Hokule’a comes back to Oahu for hull repairs

The Hokule’a arrived ahead of schedule about 8 a.m. Wednesday at the Polynesian Voyaging Society’sheadquarters at the Marine and Education Training Center at Sand Island on Oahu. Read more

Hokule‘a arrives back on Oahu for repairs

The Hokule‘a arrived ahead of schedule at about 8 a.m. this morning at the Polynesian Voyaging Society’s headquarters at the Marine and Education Training Center at Sand Island on Oahu. Read more

Hull damage forces Hokule‘a to return to Oahu

The Hokule‘a will be returning to Oahu earlier than scheduled from its “Mahalo, Hawai‘i Sail” around Hawaii island due to damage to the canoe’s hulls that need to be repaired immediately, according to the Polynesian Voyaging Society. Read more


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