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Tracking Map of the Worldwide Voyage, sponsored by Hawaiian Airlines
Track the progress of our crewmembers as they voyage around the world. The yellow line tracks our iconic canoe Hōkūle`a. Planned by navigators, the green line is a reference course linking departure and destination points with consideration to vessel capabilities, winds, currents, and anticipated weather conditions. To track Hikianalia, Hōkūle`a’s sister vessel, click here. For more about our voyaging fleet, click here. For more about designing a course strategy and reference course, click here to go to our Learning Center.
- "Inside of our ipu gift is a piece of cordage braided from the olonā, known as the strongest natural fiber in the world. It is part of the very specific and special list of plants that are used to create rope and line for voyaging."
- As Hōkūleʻa and her crew sailed through the waters off Massachusetts on their way up and down the New England coastline, they touched waters home to New England’s only National Marine Sanctuary and famed home of the North Atlantic Humpback Whale, Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary.