'03 - Northwestern Hawaiian Islands

Daily Reports

'99 - Rapanui

'95 - Nukuhiva

Daily Reports

'95 - Northwest and West Coast Tour

'92 - Ra`iatea & Rarotonga

Hawaii to Tahiti

Tahiti to Ra`iatea

Ra`iatea to Rarotonga

The Voyage home

Reports/Journals

'85 - '87 - Voyage of Rediscovery Ancient voyaging routes

'80 - Hawaii to Tahiti & back

'76 - Hawaii to Tahiti & back

Hawaiian Voyaging Terms

 

 

 

Voyages

Daily Reports: The Voyage to Nukuhiva

Photo: The Rarotongan Canoe Te Au Tonga Sailing off Honoluluphoto of  rarotongan
canoe te au tonga

Feb. 3-11: Hokule'a and Hawai'iloa Depart from Hilo, Hawai'i

Feb. 13-18:
South to 13 degrees N Latitude

Feb. 19-25:
South to the Equator

Feb. 26-Mar. 5:
Hokule'a and Hawai'iloa Arrive in Tahiti; Makali'i Departs from Hilo

Mar. 7-Mar. 29:
Makali'i sails South; Ceremonies at Taputapuatea; Makali'i arrives in Tahiti; A fleet of six canoes is provisioned in Tautira, Tahiti, for the voyage to Nukuhiva.

April 5-18:
The fleet departs for Nukuhiva; Events in Nukuhiva

April 20-May 2:
The fleet sails north to Hawai'i

May 3-May 14:
Nono flies discovered on three canoes; Fumigation at Sea; Homecoming at Kualoa, O'ahu, and Ke'ehi Lagoon