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Cruises

Norwegian Cruise Line Sees ‘Elevated’ Cancellations in Middle East

Norwegian Cruise Line is optimistic travelers won't lose interest in trips to the Middle East if the Israel-Hamas war remains contained.

Norwegian Cruise Line Sees ‘Elevated’ Cancellations in Middle East

Cruises

Norwegian’s Focus on High-Spending Cruise Passengers Paid Off in the First Quarter

Norwegian Cruise Line's strong onboard passenger spending in the first quarter demonstrates that the pent-up energy to cruise that people had during the pandemic hasn't dissipated at all.

Norwegian’s Focus on High-Spending Cruise Passengers Paid Off in the First Quarter

News Blog

Norwegian Cruise Line CEO Frank Del Rio to Step Down

Frank J. Del Rio will step down as president and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, effective June 30, the cruise company announced Monday. Harry J. Sommer, president and CEO of the company‚Äôs Norwegian Cruise Line brand, will officially succeed him on July 31. The transition process starts on April 1. Del Rio has been…

Cruises

Norwegian Cruise Confident It Can Ride Wave of Higher Pricing Through Any Downturn

Norwegian Cruise better be certain it has the guest experience to retain customers despite implementing record pricing amid shaky economic conditions.

Norwegian Cruise Confident It Can Ride Wave of Higher Pricing Through Any Downturn

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Norwegian Cruise Line Posts a $1 Billion First-Quarter Loss

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd has reported a net loss of $1 billion for the first quarter of this year, as the Omicron variant hit sailings. The Russia-Ukraine conflict also resulted in the cancellation or modification of 60 sailings, which included all voyages with calls to ports in Russia. However, the result is an improvement…

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Norwegian Cruise Line Cancels Sailings to Russian and Ukrainian Ports

Norwegian Cruise Line's decision to cancel sailings to Russian and Ukrainian ports was inevitable. Absolutely no responsible travel company is going to send customers to a region where a war is escalating.

Norwegian Cruise Line Cancels Sailings to Russian and Ukrainian Ports

Coronavirus

Short Sellers Lost Billions as Travel and Leisure Stocks Rallied Monday

For more evidence of the travel industry's current volatility, look no further than the billions of dollars certain funds lost following news of a vaccine.

Short Sellers Lost Billions as Travel and Leisure Stocks Rallied Monday

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CDC Lets U.S. Cruise Ships Resume Sailing But Still Asks for Caution

The lifting of a U.S.no-sail order, which has been in place since March, will boost the optimism of cruise companies. But the leading U.S. medical watchdog is still recommending that people defer travel on both river and ocean cruise ships worldwide and take other precautions.

CDC Lets U.S. Cruise Ships Resume Sailing But Still Asks for Caution

Coronavirus

Norwegian Cruise Line Preps for a Worst Case: 18 Months With No Revenue

There was no chance any cruise line's first quarter was going to be palatable. Norwegian Cruise Line's position gives an idea of how long the industry might take to recover.

Norwegian Cruise Line Preps for a Worst Case: 18 Months With No Revenue

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Norwegian Cruise Line Sees No Danger on the Horizon

We're a long way into the current economic cycle and despite the potential for a slowdown, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings CEO Frank Del Rio sees plenty of reasons to be cheerful.

Norwegian Cruise Line Sees No Danger on the Horizon