Hundreds gathered at the Waikiki War Memorial Natatorium Sunday to remember an icon: waterman, lifeguard and surfer Clifford Ah Mow. Ah Mow was one of the 17 original crewmen of the canoe Hokule’a; in 1976, they piloted the double-hulled craft from Hawai’I to Tahiti without modern instruments to demonstrate that Polynesians could indeed have navigated […]
Archive for April, 2010
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Natatorium Supporters in their Own Words
My family grew up using the Natatorium. It is inextricably woven into the history of Oahu. An arch does not equal a Natatorium. An arch does not provide residents with what the Natatorium did. We used it a lot, because some of us were less confident out in the open water. It is unique, has a history, and efforts should be made to work towards preserving and refitting it.— Margaret Mori
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