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Cooking Hawaiian Style on Hikianalia - Hōkūleʻa

Via @HokuleaWWV Photo by #OiwiTV ... Hōkūleʻa Update | January 21 2016 Written by Bruce Black ... Red sky in the morning sailor heed warning. We have a huge red cloud coming up behind us with the sun which was a perfect red ball and seemed to stare back at us.  The seas have big cross swells swinging us around and it is challenging to keep the canoe straight. We do our best to hold our line by using the two side-sweeps.  The winds are about 18 mph and we are making fairly good time maybe 6…

Via @HokuleaWWV Photo by #OiwiTV ... Hōkūleʻa Update | January 21 2016 Written by Bruce Black ... Red sky in the morning sailor heed warning. We have a huge red cloud coming up behind us with the sun which was a perfect red ball and seemed to stare back at us. The seas have big cross swells swinging us around and it is challenging to keep the canoe straight. We do our best to hold our line by using the two side-sweeps. The winds are about 18 mph and we are making fairly good time maybe 6…

Have you ever wondered how the sailors of Hōkūleʻa cook their food?  In this special episode of Cooking Hawaiian Style, host Lanai Tabura learns how veteran crew member and top chef, Gary Yuen, prepares his meals aboard the waʻa.  Join us on Hikianalia, the sister canoe to Hōkūleʻa, and wit…

Cooking Hawaiian Style on Hikianalia - Hōkūleʻa

Have you ever wondered how the sailors of Hōkūleʻa cook their food?  In this special episode of Cooking Hawaiian Style, host Lanai Tabura learns how veteran crew member and top chef, Gary Yuen, prepares his meals aboard the waʻa.  Join us on Hikianalia, the sister canoe to Hōkūleʻa, and wit…

Cooking Hawaiian Style on Hikianalia - Hōkūleʻa

Have you ever wondered how the sailors of Hōkūleʻa cook their food?  In this special episode of Cooking Hawaiian Style, host Lanai Tabura learns how veteran crew member and top chef, Gary Yuen, prepares his meals aboard the waʻa.  Join us on Hikianalia, the sister canoe to Hōkūleʻa, and wit…

Cooking Hawaiian Style on Hikianalia - Hōkūleʻa

Have you ever wondered how the sailors of Hōkūleʻa cook their food?  In this special episode of Cooking Hawaiian Style, host Lanai Tabura learns how veteran crew member and top chef, Gary Yuen, prepares his meals aboard the waʻa.  Join us on Hikianalia, the sister canoe to Hōkūleʻa, and wit…

Lanai Tabura visits Uncle Gary Yuen on board Hikianalia for a special episode of Cooking Hawaiian Style.

Have you ever wondered how the sailors of Hōkūleʻa cook their food?  In this special episode of Cooking Hawaiian Style, host Lanai Tabura learns how veteran crew member and top chef, Gary Yuen, prepares his meals aboard the waʻa.  Join us on Hikianalia, the sister canoe to Hōkūleʻa, and wit…

Cooking Hawaiian Style on Hikianalia - Hōkūleʻa

Written by Bruce Black “Red sky in the morning, sailor heed warning.” We have a huge red cloud coming up behind us with the sun, which was a perfect red ball and seemed to stare back at us.  The seas have big cross swells swinging us around, and it is challenging to keep the canoe straight. We …

Written by Bruce Black “Red sky in the morning, sailor heed warning.” We have a huge red cloud coming up behind us with the sun, which was a perfect red ball and seemed to stare back at us. The seas have big cross swells swinging us around, and it is challenging to keep the canoe straight. We …

Kaʻiwi the paniolo sailor

Hōkūleʻa and her crew of 13 departed Stokes Hill Wharf in Darwin, Australia this afternoon headed to Bali, Indonesia. The voyage is expected to take about 8 days.

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Cooking Hawaiian Style on Hikianalia - Hōkūleʻa

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Cooking Hawaiian Style on Hikianalia - Hōkūleʻa

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40 Years of Voyaging - A Visual Timeline - Hōkūleʻa

Have you ever wondered how the sailors of Hōkūleʻa cook their food?  In this special episode of Cooking Hawaiian Style, host Lanai Tabura learns how veteran crew member and top chef, Gary Yuen, prepares his meals aboard the waʻa.  Join us on Hikianalia, the sister canoe to Hōkūleʻa, and wit…

Cooking Hawaiian Style on Hikianalia - Hōkūleʻa

Have you ever wondered how the sailors of Hōkūleʻa cook their food?  In this special episode of Cooking Hawaiian Style, host Lanai Tabura learns how veteran crew member and top chef, Gary Yuen, prepares his meals aboard the waʻa.  Join us on Hikianalia, the sister canoe to Hōkūleʻa, and wit…

Make happy, a hui hou Hikianalia! Community is invited to say a hui hou to Hikianalia in Kawaihae Harbor before she leaves West Hawaiʻi. There will be a potluck for community participants and ʻOhana Waʻa – please bring something to share!

Worldwide Voyage | Ka Piko o Wākea. The canoes pass the equator on their way to Tahiti and offer gifts of cultural remembrance. The ceremony is in honor of past and future indigenous sailors.

The canoes pass the equator on their way to Tahiti and offer gifts of cultural remembrance. The ceremony is in honor of past and future indigenous sailors.

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