Another cruise ship reached Honolulu Harbor Monday morning, April 13, and 4 passengers (2 couples, Oahu residents) were disembarked. According to Hawaii's Department of Transportation, the cruisers were medically screened before and after disembarking Pacific Princess.
They are planned to be shuttled from the harbor directly to their homes where they will begin the mandatory 2-week quarantine inside the residences. The remaining 111 cruise passengers and all crew members will not be allowed to leave the cruise ship.
Pacific Princess requested the technical stop for provisioning and refuelling. The vessel was last at Port Melbourne Australia (March 28) but no crew or passengers were disembarked. The Princess Cruises ship doesn't have any confirmed or suspected cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) onboard.
When Pacific Princess arrives in Honolulu, the ship will have been at sea longer than the 2-week incubation period. From here it will sail to California. The vessel is tentatively scheduled to depart the same day it arrives.
On Friday, April 17, the luxury ship Seabourn Sojourn will also enter Honolulu Harbor for a technical stop. The ship is passenger-free and its crew will not be allowed to disembark.
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.