Traditionally designed Polynesian sailing canoes built with modern materials and propelled with fossil-fuel free technologies.

To implement a fossil fuel-free sustainable sea transportation network of modernized Pacific sailing canoes through public service and social entrepreneurship activities

Supporting Pacific Islands’ traditional knowledge as a solution, adaptation and mitigation measure for climate change. 

Advancing public environmental awareness through feature films Racing Extinction and The StarChasers, international landmark projections, ocean science symposiums and vaka-based conservation events throughout the Pacific.

Okeanos is a collection of values and ideas and solutions put into a fabric found only at the genius level. Having the Pacific people and our ancestral knowledge be a part of the solution and the pathway is really powerful .

– Nainoa Thompson, Master Navigator
President, Polynesian Voyaging Society

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Hinemoana - Hawaiki Rising Voyaging Trust

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Hinemoana motoring out to the wind line from Huruhi Bay, next stop Tuhua.
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Hinemoana - Hawaiki Rising Voyaging Trust

BBC Earth shows us the dangers our oceans face and why action is needed now more than ever. #SavetheOceans

BBC Earth
“We need to act now and we need to act together."
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BBC Earth

Okeanos Marshall Islands prepares to deliver Marshall IslandsGovernment Drought Relief assistance of food supplies to tlhe local government and people of Maloelap Atoll. Okeanos Marshall Islands managing director Dustin LoMoki Langidrik speaks with Maloelap Mayor Randall McKay before the voyage. Special thanks to the Office of the President, Republic of the Marshall Islands ... See MoreSee Less

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OMI brings disaster relief to Maloelap

Okeanos Marshall Islands managing director Dustin LoMoki Langidrik and watch captain Ivanancy Vunikura are interviewed for Taiwanese news TVBS 新聞 about sustainable sea transportation. Thanks to Chewy Lin for this coverage!Okeanos Marshall Islands's efforts on Sustainable Sea Transportation and related sustainable developments on both terrestrial and aquatic environments in the Pacific and the Republic of the Marshall Islands to be featured in Taiwan by Taiwan's own local news outlet "TVBS"

Thanks to Chewy Lin for your special coverage on this.
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Okeanos Marshall Islands managing director Dustin LoMoki Langidrik and watch captain Ivanancy Vunikura are interviewed for Taiwanese news TVBS 新聞 about sustainable sea transportation. Thanks to Chewy Lin for this coverage!
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