Hōkūle‘a and Hikianalia are Polynesian canoes that departed O‘ahu earlier this year on a three-year journey around the world to encourage a more sustainable planet. This segment details Hōkūleʻa's and Hikianalia's successful arrival in Tahiti, marking the completion of the first international leg of the Worldwide Voyage. The trip continues through French Polynesia, Rarotonga, and American Samoa before arriving in Apia, Samoa for the United Nations Small Islands Developing States (SIDS) Conference where global and community leaders discuss the impacts of climate change.
Hokulea: Arrival in American Samoa - American Samoa Culture and Ocean Conservation Film Series
Hokulea's second arrival to New Zealand: a passing of the torch from one generation to another
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