On Friday Honolulu experienced rain and gusty winds from Tropical Storm Iselle, which earlier pounded the Big Island of Hawaii and drenched Maui.
The former Category 4 hurricane had weakened over days, degrading to a tropical storm on Thursday. No deaths or major damage were reported though Hawaii's Big Island suffered flooding, downed trees and power lines.
All tropical storm warnings were ended by 8 p.m. Friday, and the region's second hurricane, Julio, is on a path well north so the Hawaiian Islands dodged what had been feared would be a one-two hurricane punch.
To avoid stormy conditions, Pride of America had cut short its stay at Nawiliwili, Kauai, sailing at 7 p.m. Thursday and spending Friday at sea. Normally the ship overnights in Nawiliwili and departs at 2 p.m. Friday.
Near midnight Friday, powerful Julio was far east of the Big Island of Hawaii and 780 miles/1,255 kilometers east of Oahu's Honolulu.