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6 edition of Hokuleʻa found in the catalog.

Hokuleʻa

Ben R. Finney

Hokuleʻa

the way to Tahiti

by Ben R. Finney

  • 154 Want to read
  • 27 Currently reading

Published by Dodd, Mead in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pacific Ocean.
    • Subjects:
    • Hokuleʻa (Canoe),
    • Voyages and travels.,
    • Pacific Ocean.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementBen R. Finney ; ill. by Richard Rhodes, photos. by Francis Wandell and Ben R. Finney.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsG477 .F48
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 310 p., [4] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages310
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4406323M
      ISBN 100396077196
      LC Control Number79009410

      Patagonia Malama Honua: Hokule’a is a chronicle of the world-wide voyage of Hokule’a, the double-hulled canoe sailed only with ancient techniques. After much heated debate, they all reluctantly agreed: Eddie should go.” (pg. ) This was an intriguing couple sentences that I found in the book, Eddie Would Go that shows the major theme of the book, that Eddie Aikau would do go and do anything to help his fellow crew mates and friends even if /5(73).

      Editor’s comment: The projects conducted by the crew of the Hokuleʻa remind us of the legend of Hema, a pan-Polynesian legend about a great super chief. Hema was the son of Aikanaka and his wife Hinaaimalama of Hana, Maui. Hema’s wife was called Hina-polipoli and they lived at Kipahulu, East Maui. His memory lives on in the Hokuleʻa Worldwide Voyages and in the “Eddie”, the unique big-wave contest that honors his courage and sacrifice. AUTHOR: Stuart Holmes Coleman is the award-winning author of Eddie Would Go and Fierce Heart. In his role as the Hawaiʻi Regional Manager of the the Surfrider Foundation, he works with volunteers all.

      Hōkūleʻa, the Polynesian Voyaging Society double hull sailing canoe has arrived in Brasil, after a voyage across the Atlantic, continuing on its round the world the last 40 years, Hōkūleʻa has sailed over , across the Pacific. In its current voyage, which began in , Hōkūleʻa called on 24 islands and six countries throughout Polynesia before sailing on to New. - Hawaiian voyaging canoes, Hōkūleʻa and Hikianalia, are journeying around the world to learn, creating global relationships, and caring for our oceans and island earth.. See more ideas about Voyage, Around the worlds, Island pins.


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Hokuleʻa by Ben R. Finney Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Mālama Honua Worldwide Voyage is taking Hōkūleʻa 47, nautical miles to 85 ports & 26 nations, to grow a global movement toward a sustainable world. The book tells Nainoa Thompson's story for the first time.

The book is populated by the 'ohana wa'a, the family of the canoe - those men and women who shared the vision of raising distant islands across the sea.

For a more in depth synopsis, visit Sam Low's Hawaiki Rising website. "Got my copy of Hawaiki Rising!/5(). Hōkūleʻa is a performance-accurate waʻa kaulua, a Polynesian double-hulled voyaging canoe.

Launched on 8 March by the Polynesian Voyaging Society, she is best known for her Hawaiʻi to Tahiti voyage completed with exclusively Polynesian navigation techniques The primary goal of the voyage was to explore the anthropological theory of the Asiatic origin of native Oceanic people Owner: Polynesian Voyaging Society.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Finney, Ben R. Hokuleʻa. New York: Dodd, Mead, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Audible Hokuleʻa book to Books & Original Audio Performances: Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide: Box Office Mojo Find Movie Box Office Data: ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics: CreateSpace Indie Print Publishing Made Easy: DPReview Digital Photography: East Dane Designer Men's Fashion: Fabric Sewing, Quilting & Knitting.

as in: Hokuleʻa, compared to Hokule‘a, He was a founder of the PVS, it was partly his vision to build the boat, he's published numerous books, scholar and professor, and Hokuleʻa book went to the trouble to manually insert diacritcs into typwritten documents.

He cared enough to take the time. The problem on Wikipedia is browser limitations (the. Honolulu and Hilo — See the latest schedule below for events for Hawaiki Rising: Hōkūleʻa, Nainoa Thompson, and the Hawaiian Renaissance, a new book by Hōkūleʻa crew member and documentor Sam Low.

To read a synopsis and the foreword by Nainoa, go to Sam’s Hawaiki Rising web page. See the April 25 post for pre-publication reviews. About the Author: Sam Low served Read more. Books about Wayfinding and Voyaging: Hawaiiki Rising by Sam Low Hōkūleʻa: The Way to Tahiti by Ben Finney An Ocean in Mind by Will Kyselka Voyage of Rediscovery, A Cultural Odyssey through Polynesia by Ben Finney Sailing in the Wake of the Ancestors: Reviving Polynesian Voyaging (Legacy of Excellence) by Ben Finney Polynesian Seafaring by Edward H.

Dodd The Hawaiian Canoe by Read. Hōkūleʻa, our Star of Gladness, began as a dream of reviving the legacy of exploration, courage, and ingenuity that brought the first Polynesians to the archipelago of Hawaiʻi. The canoes that brought the first Hawaiians to their island home had disappeared from earth.

Cultural extinction felt dangerously close to many Hawaiians when artist Herb Kane Read more. The Mālama Honua Worldwide Voyage Sponsored by Hawaiian Airlines. The Hawaiian name for this voyage, Mālama Honua, means “to care for our Earth.”. More on Polynesian voyaging in Finney’s books, Hokuleʻa, Voyage of Rediscovery and Sailing in the Wake of the Ancestors or at the society’s website; more on the Vaka Taumako project; more on the Kamakakūokalani Center on Hawaiian Studies.

Dale Moana Gilmartin (BA ’89 Mānoa) is a Honolulu freelance writer. Hawaiki Rising is the story of a piece of the Hawaiian Renaissance that has been happening over the last 30 years or so.

Hokule'a is a double hulled voyaging canoe that was built in the 70s, a replica of the Ancient Polynesian Canoes that sailed throughout the Pacific without modern navigational instruments/5(20). The book can be a simple, satisfying 'armchair adventure' or a spring-board for studying that clash of cultures, or of consumerism versus another way of looking at life, one more sustainable, that was once practiced by ancient Hawaiians and is the object of serious academic study s: 6.

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“Hōkūle’a Ohana Wa’a, Family of the Canoe,” is a book about the creation, voyages and the travails of the famed sailing vessel during its early years. The Hokuleʻa and Hikianalia, are metaphorically and in real time spaces and vessels of learning.

The learning is experiential to includes methods of traditional building and sailing of the wa’a, understanding the relationship of the wind, stars, moon, and sun to the. He waʻa kaulua ʻo Polynesian Voyaging Society i kūkulu iā ia i ka makahiki ʻO ka lā 8 Malaki ka lā o ko Hōkūleʻa holo ʻana hoʻokahi.

Hokuleʻa arrived in the Tahitian capital of Papeete on the morning of June 4. Unbeknownst to the crew, who had been out of radio communication with the rest of the world, the Tahitians had been avidly following Hokuleʻa 's progress, posting the canoe's daily position on charts tacked up around the city and broadcasting updates in newspapers.

I donʻt include many recent books - only two from the 21st century - because their legacy has yet to be determined. Samuel Kamakau, Ruling Chiefs of Hawai'i - The Sheer volume of history in this tome makes most other work pale in comparison. Kamakau also issues stern warnings, even to the King, of excessive Western influence.Hard Rock Cafe Honolulu presents a fundraiser to benefit traditional voyaging canoe, Hawaiʻiloa.

Please join us to keep Hawaiʻiloa sailing and traditional Hawaiian canoe building alive! $40 Pre sale ticket includes general admission standing room, heavy pupus and unlimited beer/wine/soft drinks.

$50 at the door. VIP Sponsorship booths and tables available. Entertainment by Kawika Kahiapo.