Topic: Matariki Lecture: The Renaissance of the Voyaging Canoe by Frank Kawe (2016)

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In 2010 seven vaka moana (ocean going canoes) embarked on a 30,000 nautical mile ocean voyage to raise awareness about the declining state of the Pacific Ocean. Using traditional sailing and navigational knowledge, Tauranga born Frank Kawe, captain of Te Matau a Maui waka and his crew set out on a journey that changed their lives. The Renaissance of the Voyaging Canoe - Kua Ara Ake Anō Ngā Waka Moana was a lecture given by Frank Kawe on 22 June 2016 as part of the 2016 Tauranga Moana Matariki Festival. Photos: Debbie McCauley.

Matariki Lecture: The Renaissance of the Voyaging Canoe by Frank Kawe (2016)

 

Matariki Lecture: The Renaissance of the Voyaging Canoe by Frank Kawe (2016)

 

Matariki Lecture: The Renaissance of the Voyaging Canoe by Frank Kawe (2016)

 

Matariki Lecture: The Renaissance of the Voyaging Canoe by Frank Kawe (2016)

 

Matariki Lecture: The Renaissance of the Voyaging Canoe by Frank Kawe (2016)

 

Matariki Lecture: The Renaissance of the Voyaging Canoe by Frank Kawe (2016)

 

Matariki Lecture: The Renaissance of the Voyaging Canoe by Frank Kawe (2016)

 

Matariki Lecture: The Renaissance of the Voyaging Canoe by Frank Kawe (2016)

 

Matariki Lecture: The Renaissance of the Voyaging Canoe by Frank Kawe (2016)

 

Matariki Lecture: The Renaissance of the Voyaging Canoe by Frank Kawe (2016)

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Matariki Lecture: The Renaissance of the Voyaging Canoe by Frank Kawe (2016)


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Matariki Lecture: The Renaissance of the Voyaging Canoe by Frank Kawe (2016) by Debbie McCauley (Tauranga City Libraries) is Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International