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Hokule‘a to sail into Pearl Harbor

For the first time in the Hokule‘a’s 42-year history, the legendary canoe is sailing into the waters of Pearl Harbor as part of its ongoing “Mahalo, Hawaii Sail.” Read more

Hokule‘a crew earns peacemaker honors

Nainoa Thompson and his history-making Hokule‘a crew will be recognized with peacemaker awards at the 10th anniversary of Peace Day Hawaii, from 2 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Read more

Hokule‘a returns to its origin to say ‘mahalo’

Two months after safely returning from what the University of Hawaii’s president called an “audacious, bold and slightly crazy” voyage around the world, the Hokule‘a is venturing back to where it all began. Read more

Clinton visits Hokule‘a, chats with Thompson

Former President Bill Clinton paid a surprise visit to the Hokule‘a at Sand Island on Sunday, about a month after the Hawaiian voyaging canoe’s return from its three-year journey around the globe. Read more

Former President Clinton tours Hokule‘a

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton toured the Hokule‘a at Sand Island today, about a month after the Hawaiian voyaging canoe’s return from its three-year journey around the globe. Read more

Summit continues Hokule‘a’s mission

The Hokule‘a’s Malama Honua voyage on water has ended, but organizers look to continue the mission on land starting with a three-day summit and festival at the Hawai‘i Convention Center that concludes today. Read more

Thousands crowd shore for Hokule‘a’s homecoming

Once in a generation or lifetime. That’s how many people at Magic Island on Saturday described the welcoming return ceremony for Hawaiian voyaging canoe Hokule‘a after its three-year worldwide sailing tour. Read more

After 42,000 miles, more to sail

This is Hawaii’s voyage. We couldn’t do it without Hawaii behind us, and we are forever grateful to the thousands of people from across the fabric of society who supported Hokule‘a and Hikianalia on this voyage, whether it be through donations, research, preparation, training, time, encouragement or prayers. Read more

Steer Hokule‘a in new virtual simulation

Imagine steering the Hokule‘a double-hulled sailing canoe using the starry night sky to navigate — without setting foot outdoors. It’s now possible to do just that. Read more

Hokule‘a achievements a reflection of all involved

Warm congratulations go out to every person, be they crew members or involved behind the scenes, for taking part in Hokule‘a’s sensational round-the-world voyage navigated by the stars. Read more

Warm welcome: Hokule‘a comes home

Thousands of spectators gathered at Magic Island on Saturday to cheer the Hokule‘a and its safe return to Hawaiian waters, after the traditional sailing canoe wrapped up the longest and most ambitious voyage of its 42-year history. Read more

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