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Cruise ships allowed to refuel at Honolulu

By ,   March 25, 2020 ,   Accidents

The Hawaii Department of Transportation Harbors Division notified the public that additional cruise ships were planning to enter Honolulu Harbor for provisions and fuel.

The Oceania Regatta ship is anchored offshore. She will come into port after all the Norwegian Jewel passengers have disembarked. Currently, there are no passengers onboard. The crew will remain on the ship while at the port. There have been no confirmed or suspected Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases associated with the vessel.

Seven Seas Mariner and Seven Seas Navigator have also requested to enter the harbour for fuel and provisions. Just like Regatta, no passengers were on either of those ships. Crew members will be required to stay onboard the entire time they are in port. There have been no confirmed or suspected Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases associated with the vessels. The arrival dates for the cruise ships are to be determined.

Port of Honolulu (Oahu Island, Hawaii)

A voluntary and temporary suspension in cruise passenger operations took effect on March 14. Cruise ships are not able to stay at sea for the duration of the 30-day suspension in operations. Cruise companies are relocating ships around the world. Additional vessels may port at Honolulu Harbor to refuel. Each case is considered on an individual basis.

For Coronavirus updates on cruise ship quarantines (infected passengers and crew) and top-pandemic countries (COVID-19 cases and deaths, daily updated statistics) see at CruiseMapper's Norovirus page.