Two cruise lines regroup after Caribbean setbacks

Norwegian Sky outside Havana Port, Cuba. Two cruise companies affected by sudden upsets in the Caribbean and Bahamas region are slowly regaining their footing. For Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH), the big blow was the abrupt end to U.S. cruises to Cuba in June. NCLH had bet heavily on Cuba’s reopening, scheduling not only shortContinue reading “Two cruise lines regroup after Caribbean setbacks”

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So close yet so far: Disappointment on the Norwegian Sun

Lori Osgood’s clients were eager to visit Cuba for the first time this week when they were to cruise into Havana aboard the Norwegian Sun. The group had been planning their family cruise since last November. It was not to be. The Trump administration’s new regulations implemented on Tuesday forced cruise lines to¬†immediately remove CubaContinue reading “So close yet so far: Disappointment on the Norwegian Sun”

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Norwegian Alters Cuba Itineraries, Quantifies Financial Impact

Norwegian Sky cruise ship in Havana Cuba. (Photo by Brian Major). Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has updated its itineraries across all brands and estimated the financial impact the changes will have on its 2019 financials. Currently, the company is working to modify all of its itineraries that included Cuba to reflect the ban on shipsContinue reading “Norwegian Alters Cuba Itineraries, Quantifies Financial Impact”

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