The Pacific Ocean is 160 million square kilometres, covering over a third of the whole planet and Noe’s ancestors have been navigating it for centuries. How? By using everything in their environment to help them. Noe explains the art of navigation and wayfinding.

Navigators Moeata Galenon, Titaua Teipoarii, Piripi Smith, Jacko Thatcher & Hoturoa Barclay-Kerr

Additional Sailing Footage from Waka Warriors

Thanks to Zoomslide and Te Toki Voyaging Trust and Ātea a Rangi   

Special thanks to Fa’afaite - Tahiti Voyaging Society 

Writer/Directors: Anna Marbrook and Brendan Donovan | Editor: Sarah Grohnert | Camera: Simon Temple and Adam Jones | Sound: John McNicholas | Production Coordinator: Angela Maurice