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Hōkūleʻa Update | May 10, 2015

English

Aloha ahiahi kākou eia nō au ʻo Kaleo Manuiwa, once again aboard Hōkūleʻa on our journey from Aotearoa to Australia. We are broadcasting to you guys from our last night out at sea. We expect to be close to the land tomorrow morning, its only about 25 miles away. As we were doing yesterday and last night. We continue to be towed into Australia. The wind, unfortunately, is not in our favor, coming straight at us and we need to get to land to avoid this huge storm that is coming at us. It should be here in a few days. We expect to be tied up in Coffs Harbor tomorrow around mid-morning, afternoon time, where well wait a few days until the weather passes and then well continue on to our journey down to Sydney. And then well continue on up to Brisbane. Mahalo for following us on hokulea.com. Well get back to you guys with more updates in the future.

ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi

Aloha ahiahi kākou. Eia nō mākou ma ka pō hope loa o kēia wahi huakaʻi mai iā Aotearoa i Nūhōlani, ʻAukekulelia. Eia aʻe ʻo ʻAukekulelia i mua pono o mākou. ʻAʻole naʻe hiki ke ʻike, aia nō ma kahi o 25 mile i mua pono o ka waʻa. Hōʻea ana i laila ma kaʻe ʻāina i ke kakahiaka ʻāpōpō, a komo ana i ka uapo ʻo Coffs a eʻe nō ma ka ʻāina. Ma laila nō e kali ana i ka makani nui e hele mai ana iā mākou. He mau lā paha ka noho ʻana ma laila. I kēia lā, ʻo ia wale nō ka hana, e like me i nehinei, ke kauō ʻia ana ʻo Hōkūleʻa  e ka moku ʻo Gershon 2, ko mākou moku kamahele nō hoʻi. Ma kahi ʻo 4 mile no kēlā me kēia hola, ka holo ʻana o mākou a pae aku i ka ʻāina lā e pae maila i ka ʻāina ē, auē e hiti mai ana ē. Mahalo no ka hahai mai ana iā mākou ma kēia wahi huakaʻi a ʻo kēia paha ka mea hope loa. He wahi leo hope loa kēia iā ʻoukou ka poʻe kūpaʻa i ke aloha ʻāina. Eia nō mākou e kūpaʻa ana i ke aloha i ke kai, me ka mākia ʻo ka mālama honua. Iā ʻoe nō hoʻi e ka uʻi nohea o ka pō laʻi o Konahuanui, ka maka lepo, ka ua heleleʻi kapuaʻi kanaka o palawai. Ke aloha nui iā ʻoe. Aloha.


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