The Lapita Voyage was the experimental sailing proof of the Polynesian migrations out of South East Asia. The film starts with a clear introduction by James Wharram to his research into canoe craft and his pioneering catamaran voyages, followed by an account by Hanneke Boon of the actual voyage.
Everyone is invited to watch the film from 6.30pm to 7.30pm. The film is 52 minutes long. Please follow the streaming instructions below.
After you have watched the film, you are invited to join us on Zoom at 7.30pm for a Q&A with Hanneke Boon. Details of how to join the Zoom call are below the video.
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Featured image: Hanneke Boon
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