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This adapted outrigger canoe has colorful tropical drinks to prep you for a 1,000-mile sail across the ocean.
At night, the bay glitters with the bright white lights from bagans, a traditional Sulawesi fishing platform made up of a central hull fitted with wooden outriggers and strung with nets and lines.
The silence is brilliant, broken only occasionally by cries of the fishermen who orbit us, the outriggers of their pump boats like mantis legs spread out over the sea.
From the ceiling hang two sparkling white ships, looking like some magical sugar sculptures with spurred outriggers that can both sail through the sky and under the sea.
Members practice five times a week in 40-foot dragon boats and one- or two-person outriggers.
Other activities: outrigger canoeing, hula dancing.
Access is by boat from the airport; even breakfast can arrive via outrigger canoes.
Solomon Pali, 55, is the outrigger canoe instructor at the Fairmont Kea Lani Hotel on the island of Maui, Hawaii.
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