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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Norwegian Cruise Line boss nets $1.3m in the share sale

Norwegian Cruise Line boss Andy Stuart netted $1.3 million from the sale of shares. He sold 25,000 shares in parent company Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings in two tranches last week, according to a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. The sale at $50 per share came after the company reported record second-quarter financialContinue reading “Norwegian Cruise Line boss nets $1.3m in the share sale”

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Norwegian CEO Del Rio enthused about return to Turkey

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings CEO Frank Del Rio said the company’s decision to return to the Eastern Mediterranean in 2019 is working out so far. After pulling out of the region in 2016 because of terrorism fears and political instability in Turkey, NCLH has scheduled 12 sailings this year and has an additional 20 onContinue reading “Norwegian CEO Del Rio enthused about return to Turkey”

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