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Four Hawaii residents disembarked
Four Hawaii residents were allowed to disembark from the 'Pacific Princess' at Honolulu Harbor on April 14. The four ― two Oahu couples ― were screened as they disembarked and did not have any symptoms of COVID 19. They were shuttled to their homes with a police escorts to being a 14-day quarantine. No one else on the cruise ship was allowed to disembark. The vessel was refueling before continuing on to its final destination Los Angeles.
111 passengers still on board on final leg
The 'Pacific Princess' which had eft Fort Lauderdale’s Port Everglades on Jan. 5 for a 111-day world cruise, has disembarked most passengers who flew home when the ship docked on March 21 in Fremantle. 115 passengers remained on board. Some did not meet the International Air Transport Association’s fitness standards for air travel. Others were unable to return home by aircraft due to individual medical conditions unrelated to COVID-19. The plans were to disembark four Hawaiian residents in Honolulu on Apil 13, when the vessel docks to refuel. From there the vessel will sail to Los Angeles to unload the other 111 passengers on April 24.
Passengers to disembark at Fremantle
The 'Pacific Princess' was headed for Fremantle, ETA March 20. The passengers will be allowed to disembark, because by March 19 she will be 14 days at sea, the required time of being under quarantine.News schreiben