Na Pe'a started out the voyage   on Mondayat Anaeho'omalu.  We headed out under some strong wind conditions and landed at AkahuKaimu bay where we spent the night.  Launching early Tuesday morning we set out for Keawaiki with extreamly windy conditions.  In fact we expected to paddle to Keawaiki  but the wind was so strong it blew us on our way at a sustained 3 knots-----with no sails----.    Early Wednesday morning we set sail under ideal sailing conditions for Kiholo.    We worked in the Loko 'i'a removing rocks and tree branches from the pond, learned about the management of the fish pond and the history of the area.  Went sailing, surfing, swimming and ate a whole lot.  

Real Big day,,, we elected our new Jr. Board of Directors, learned how to use a UHF radio then set sail for Kamakahonu.  The wind  was  perfect starting out with Hauliuli then increasing to Nao then  droping back to Hauliuli when arriving at Kamakahonu.  We ate lunch on the sea droping our sails out side of La'aloa and floating for about half an hour. The whole trip....3 hrs...

Worked on our paddles a little bit more, reviewed the Hawaiian names for the parts of the canoe and discussed the Na Pe'a Core Values and how they fit into our lives.  We launched Ha'uli'uli, our double and the new National Park Trail Association canoe and went for a sail.  Wind was great.   We did  practice raising and lower the sail while on the water. It was a new challenge. We then had lunch on board Kinikini, went for a swim and then we were done.

Lekeleke-Kuamo'o Hike 2016

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Na Pe'a Retreat Sail Day 2016

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Na Pe'a Retreat 2016

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Na Pe'a Orientation for 2016

Hikianalia at Kawaihae 2016

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Kaloko-Honokohau Festival  2016

Na Pe'a Open House  2016


New Wa'a & Closing Ceremonies 2015

Anaeho'omalu-Keawaiki-Mahai'ula 2015

Launching of Ha'uli'ili

Honokohau to Makalawena Destination  Sail

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