Maui Coronavirus Updates

Two Resident Couples Disembark Pacific Princess on O‘ahu

April 13, 2020, 10:41 AM HST
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The Pacific Princess cruise ship moored at Honolulu Harbor today at 7:30 a.m.

The Hawaiʻi Department of Transportation reports that two Oʻahu couples were screened and found to be asymptomatic.

They proceeded to their homes on private shuttles with a Harbor Police escort to begin their 14-day quarantine.

No one else was allowed off the vessel.

The ship was last at port in Melbourne, Australia on March 28, but no passengers or crew disembarked there.

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The ship will refuel before leaving for its final destination in California.

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Another ship, the Seabourn Sojurn, is scheduled to arrive six days later on Apr. 18, 2020, however no one will be allowed to get off that vessel. The Seabourn Sojurn was previously in Melbourne, Australia on March 29, 2020. No one left the vessel while at port. The ship will dock at Honolulu Harbor for fuel and provisions and is scheduled to leave Honolulu the same day it arrives.

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