The Worldwide Voyage received a colorful and memorable welcome to Tahiti, which Hōkūle‘a crew member Ana Yawaramai writes about from her own perspective.
The Worldwide Voyage is about more than just traditional knowledge or sailing the Pacific in canoes. Through this voyage, many peoples are connected, and awareness for the Earth’s incredible oceans is brought into sharp focus.
Daniel Lin is following the thrilling adventures and historic undertaking of Hōkūle’a's voyage around the world. With the Worldwide Voyage well under way, crew members of the Polynesian Voyaging Society took a minute to reflect with Daniel and answer some of the questions that National Geographic staff had for them.
Daniel Lin is following the thrilling adventures and historic undertaking of Hōkūle’a's voyage around the world. Here, the Polynesian Voyaging Society successfully makes their first landfall on the Worldwide Voyage in Tahiti and are greeted by the beautiful sights, sounds, and smiles of French Polynesia.
After months of anticipation and years of preparation, the Polynesian Voyaging Society and its two canoes, Hōkūleʻa and Hikianalia, finally set off from their home on O’ahu for their voyage around the world! Follow Daniel Lin as he brings us the feelings, sights, sounds and thrilling adventures of this historic undertaking.
With 3 weeks to go before Hōkūle’a leaves Hawaii for her epic sail around the world, we turn our focus to one of the major themes of this voyage–ocean conservation–and the UNESCO Marine World Heritage Sites where it happens.
With only two months left before Hōkūle‘a leaves Hawai’i to sail around the world, crew members of the Polynesian Voyaging Society are rigorously training and planning for the challenges that lay ahead to ensure that this voyage will be safe and successful.
Chad Kālepa Baybayan discusses what’s it like to sail through the Pacific without GPS, compass, or anything other than your own knowledge of nature.
The Polynesian Voyaging Society in Hawai’i is preparing to set sail around the world aboard two traditionally designed voyaging canoes. Read more to learn: what the voyage is about, where we plan to sail to, and why we are going.
How a small group of Pacific Islanders are working to preserve one of their most valuable assets.
This week, the Polynesian Voyaging Society (PVS) and its voyaging canoe, Hōkūle‘a, will set sail for its grandest voyage to date – a four year journey around the world. Just like the voyages before this one, the crew of Hōkūle’a will stay true to the traditional Polynesian way of voyaging by using only their natural surroundings to guide their way.