Sailing in the Wake of Our Ancestors

For the last 40 years, Hokule’a, a replica of the ancient vessels that Polynesians used to settle the entire Pacific, one third of earth, has been guided on voyages of over 2,000 miles by navigators who find landfall by a world of natural signs – wind, wave, bird flight and stars (Hokule’a visited Martha’s Vineyard in 2016).