Aloha mai nei kākou, ʻo Maleko Lorenzo ma ke pola o Hōkūleʻa. We are having an awesome time here on Leg 19 of the Malama Honua Worldwide Voyage. We have been faced with some challenges, navigating and maneuvering through the Intracoastal Waterway. There’s been some winding parts traveling up the canals and rivers, and we’ve been going under a few bridges. But it’s good fun. The communities have been awesome and welcoming us to every port we’ve been stopping at for the nights. One in particular – Ft. McAllister – we were welcome to sounds of an ‘ukulele and some beautiful Hawaiian music, a reminder of home. We just left Savannah city this morning en route to Bohicket Marina and then onto Charleston the following day. Please come visit us at the Charleston Maritime Museum at 2:30pm on Thursday, April 14 and continue to follow us on Hokulea.com. Aloha!
More than Adventure
Beyond a daring expedition, the Worldwide Voyage is quite possibly the most important mission that Hawaiʻi has ever attempted. As people of Oceania, we are leading a campaign that gives voice to our ocean and planet by highlighting innovative solutions practiced by cultures around the planet.
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