Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings extends suspension

The Norwegian Joy in Vancouver last year. Photo Credit: Tom Stieghorst Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has extended its suspension of cruising for nearly all voyages embarking between Aug. 1 and Sept. 30 for all three cruise brands (Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises). However, Alaska cruises departing from Seattle in SeptemberContinue reading “Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings extends suspension”

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Norwegian Plans Phased Return to Service

Norwegian Dawn “I will do everything humanly possible to be able to look my own family in the eyes and say they will be safe on our cruise ships,” said Frank Del Rio, chairman and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH), on the company’s first-quarter earnings call. Del Rio said NCLH is working withContinue reading “Norwegian Plans Phased Return to Service”

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Norwegian Cruise Line reports $1.9bn loss

Norwegian Cruise Line reported a first-quarter loss of $1.9 billion, with the impact of a coronavirus-enforced suspension of sailings exacerbated by a $1.6 billion write-down in goodwill. However, Norwegian Cruise Line insisted it is now “well-positioned” to withstand even 18 months of suspended operations after raising $2.4 billion in funds in early May. Norwegian CruiseContinue reading “Norwegian Cruise Line reports $1.9bn loss”

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