The Polynesian Voyaging Society's double hulled sailing canoes, Hokule'a and Alingano Maisu reached Majuro on the 19th of February and safely moored in the lagoon. My original post about this voyage is here: Hokule'a To Visit Japan.
They left Kawaihae, Hawaii on January 22nd. Majuro, in the Marshall Islands, is 2060 nautical miles from Hawaii and estimated that the trip would take 26 days.
They will island hop island hop through Micronesia to the island of Satawal in the Yap group, home of the Hokulea's first navigator, Mau Piailug. There, the Alingano Maisu will be gifted to Mau in recognition of his passing down the ancient knowledge of how to navigate voyaging canoe across vast distances using only wind, stars, seas, birds and other natural cues.
You can follow the voyage here: Hokule'a Crew Weblog.