The SS Hokule'a was a Terran DY-500-C (sub)class starship that was in service in the early 22nd century.

In 2102, Captain Melinda Snodgrass was the commanding officer of this ship. In that year, the Hokule'a was launched from Earth on a mission of deep space exploration in the region of space between the sectors 184/02 and 185/38. (TNG: "Up The Long Ladder", okudagram)

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This starship was only mentioned in writing.

The name of this ship was mentioned in a list of ships that were launched from Earth, with destinations in or near to the Ficus sector, between the years 2123 and 2190. This list was displayed on Jean-Luc Picard's desk monitor in his ready room aboard the USS Enterprise-D. A legible version of the okudagram first appeared in the reference book, Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Continuing Mission. The list became legible to viewers with the remastered episode.

Hokule'a (Star of Joy) was the Polynesian name for the star Arcturus, the zenith star of the Hawaiian Islands. It is also the name of a notable Hawaiian ship

In the Star Trek Encyclopedia (4th ed., p. 334 & 421), the USS Tripoli was a member of the conjectural Hokule'a-class starship.

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