Hōkūle‘a crew members will do a presentation on the Worldwide Voyage (WWV), which is scheduled to launch in June, less than three months away.
- Where: Tenney Theater (Limited Seating), 229 Queen Emma Square
- When: Saturday, March 16th - Doors Open at 5:30 pm; program starts at 6:00 pm
- Music By Danny Carvalho
- WWV Presentation by crew members Cat Fuller, Brad Kaaleleo Wong, and Kaleomanuiwa Wong
PVS T-Shirts will be available for purchase.
The presentation is sponsored by the Hawaiian Committee at The Cathedral Of Saint Andrew, which donated the use of Tenney Theater. Click here for a History of Anglican-Hawaiian History.
Polynesian Voyaging Society continues working toward the reality of the WWV launching in June 2013. On her WWV, Hōkūleʻa will sail with her new sister voyaging canoe Hikianalia.
The WWV to Mālama Honua (Care for the Earth) will last approximately 36 months; travel more than 45,000 nautical miles; and visit at least 26 countries, with 62 stops. During the WWV, crews will connect with classrooms and educators and with community and indigenous groups who share our Mālama Honua values and vision.
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