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The Captains Log

For a Healthy Planet

We Broadcast Live Whale Songs to the World

From the ocean off Maui since the Year 2000: anyone can listen at no charge from anywhere in the world

System Status: Recorded songs now playing while whales have left Hawaiian waters

In bringing live, beautiful and mysterious whalesongs to the world above water, we seek to inspire people to care about the worldʻs oceans, and to promote sustainable human life for a healthy planet, for this and future generations


Elevate on March 12th

We are proud to present a Raining Grace Production for the Whalesong Project. If you are on the island of Maui please join us on March, 12th!

Elevate new


Over 10.000 people gathered in August 2009 and danced on the beach in Ostend Belgium, creating a global movement.
Now they are doing it here on Maui!

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This event will take place on Maui, Sunday March 6th 2011 at Cove Beach in Paia at 10:30am (Hawaiian time, please check the time difference in your country) where we will gather and dance to one song in honor of the oceans and our waters.


"Last Song of the Whales"

Savant Books and Publications LLC, Honolulu, Hawaii, publishers of significant books and enduring media for the 21st century, is pleased to announce the release of Four Arrows’ new book, "Last Song of the Whales."

In this novella, a humpback whale mysteriously takes a mixed-blood American Indian professor to sea. While struggling to survive and learning to communicate with a pod of whales, the man rediscovers his Indigenous roots. In the process, he learns that thousands of whales may be on a suicide mission in the North Pacific in an effort to end human pollution of the ocean. However, when he realizes the dire effects the whales' actions could have for all of life on Earth, he and the whale work together- against all odds—to warn the world in time.



Hope for the False Killer Whale around Hawaii

The NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council) announced a victory: the Obama Administration has proposed putting Hawaii's near-shore population of false killer whales on the endangered species list. The move came in response to our formal petition on behalf of the whales. Only some 150 of these magnificent marine mammals remain in the wild. Their numbers have plummeted over the past two decades as a result of exposure to toxic chemicals, a reduced food supply and injuries from fishing gear.

"Endangered Species Act protections will give false killer whales a chance to survive, and will also help save their extraordinary habitat -- the ocean oasis surrounding the Hawaiian Islands," says Michael Jasny, senior policy analyst for NRDC's Marine Mammal Protection Project. False killer whales, like the orcas they resemble, are members of the dolphin family and normally live in deep open water. The dwindling Hawaiian population is the only group on the planet known to make its home near land. Adults can reach 20 feet in length and up to 1,500 pounds. They are highly social creatures and form close bonds with other members of their pods, mating for decades.

Whalesong Benefit Party TONIGHT!

For all the whale lovers on Maui: please join us in Pa'ia TONIGHT for a beautiful and inspiring event produced by Radha Divine to benefit the whales. 'Get the buoy in the water' is the motto for this event. We need to raise money to put our buoy back in the ocean to broadcast the live whalesong to the world - for free! Please join us in Pa'ia or if you are not around please support our mission with a donation. Mahalo nui!


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For our German friends

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