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on Tue 11/11/2014
25 days and 1,500 nautical miles after setting sail from American Samoa, Hōkūleʻa and her sister canoe, Hikianalia, sailed into Aotearoa, New Zealand. Read more about the latest leg of this incredible journey!
on Thu 10/23/2014
We’ve been big supporters of the Hōkūleʻa’s current voyage, Mālama Honua (“to care for our Earth.”). Like the voyage, the Outrigger brand itself stands for love and respect for land and sea, for local communities and local cultures. It’s about reflecting the culture, and building on it. And it’s with this in mind that we love following along in the Hōkūleʻa voyage.
on Mon 10/6/2014
Love exhilarating, adrenaline-pumping events? We’ve got just the thing for you. The XTERRA Off-Road Triathlon World Championships is just around the corner at the Kapalua Resort on Maui. Keep reading for all the details!
Kim Steutermann Rogers
on Thu 3/27/2014
The Sand Island boatyard was hot and dusty this past Monday, the day, once and for all, Hawai`iloa made it into the water. There’s an old saying that goes, “Many hands make light work.” And while it may be true, there always seem to be one or two individuals whose hands appear more often, do more work. Such was the case with the restoration of Hawai`iloa.
Kim Steutermann Rogers
on Fri 3/21/2014
It was dusk, after school, when a couple dozen students from Punahou School gathered at Sand Island on Oahu to tour the famous voyaging canoe Hokulea. For all her reputation and cultural significance, the canoe isn’t very big. That was especially apparent this night, one of the last school visits that wrapped up the Malama Hawaii leg of Polynesian Voyaging Society’s Worldwide Voyage. For nearly the past year, Hokulea has sailed 1,000 miles within the archipelago of Hawaii and welcomed thousands of students—and parents and teachers and curious others like myself—on board. On the evening of my visit, Ka`iulani Murphy—with whom I chatted on Waikiki Beach—fielded questions from students. And, since I found the kids’ questions fascinating and insightful, I’m going to share them—and Ka`iiulani’s answers—here.
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