Aloha

Aloha, The Hawaiian Sailing Canoe Association is a non-profit organization whose mission is ” to learn, revive, educate and practice those ancient Hawaiian skills and values as they relate to sailing canoes and the Hawaiian culture”. This is done by educational and sailing events for the public as well as a yearly racing series which connects the Hawaiian Islands.

The races start on the Big Island in April and end on Kauai in September. The fleet stops on Maui, Molokai, and Oahu along the way.

 

Northshore Maui, photo by Gloria Reed

Northshore Maui, photo by Gloria Reed

around Kahakaloa photo: Gloria Reed

around Kahakaloa
photo: Gloria Reed

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Leaving Kualoa, off Mokoli’i, 2016, photo: Gloria Reed

No Holokai 15 Pule

Pule Before Na Holokai ’15 Photo by Raymond Vrielink

On the way to Molokai Photo: Gloria Reed

On the way to Molokai
Photo: Gloria Reed

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Molokai Canoe Club off Molokai photo: Gloria Reed

Alenuihaha Channel 4/30/16 Photo by Spencer Boomer

Team Kaanapali Beach Hotel, Alenuihaha Channel 4/30/16
Photo by Spencer Boomer

Team Liquid Aloha

Team Liquid Aloha

Team Olukai, Northshore Maui, photo by Gloria Reed

Team Olukai,
Northshore Maui,
photo by Gloria Reed

Hui Nalu Wins

Hui Nalu Wins Race to Kanaha, Maui 2015

Kaiwi Channel 2013, photo by Megan Juran

Paddling out of Kahului Harbor

Paddling out of Kahului Harbor 6/16 Photo: Gloria REED

Team Bioastin Hana Maui 4/30/16 Photo by Spencer Boomer

Team Bioastin
Hana Maui 4/30/16
Photo by Spencer Boomer

Hui Nalu Canoe Club Hana Maui 5/1/16 Photo by Spencer Boomer

 

Aproaching Molokai

Approaching Molokai 2013, photo by Megan Juran

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Smoking Kaiwi Channel 2013, photo by Megan Juran

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