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For nearly 50 years, a group of Hawaiians have been sailing on traditional voyaging canoes using the methods that early Polynesian explorers relied on to navigate the Pacific Ocean—without maps and modern instruments, and relying on the stars, ocean waves, birds, and other natural elements to guide them. We meet National Geographic Explorer Lehua Kamalu, the first woman to captain a long-distance voyage on HōkΕ«leΚ»a, the first Polynesian canoe built in modern times. She describes what it’s like to navigate in incredibly rough waters, what it means to keep Polynesian navigation alive in the 21st century, and about her next big adventure: a four-year circumnavigation of the Pacific Ocean.

Caption: Lehua Kamalu on voyaging canoe Hikianalia as it approaches the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco during the California Voyage in 2018.

Credit: Photograph by Hye Jung Kim/Polynesian Voyaging Society, National Geographic

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