Articles tagged “norwegian cruise line”

Rivals Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line Team Up on Restart

Rivals Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line Team Up on Restart

Helen Coster, Reuters

Cruise lines have a lot of work ahead to reassure passengers they're in safe hands after months of bad press. This partnership should help.

2 days ago

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

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

Rosie Spinks, Skift

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.

2 months ago

Norwegian Cruise Line Indicates It May Not Survive the Virus Crisis

Norwegian Cruise Line Indicates It May Not Survive the Virus Crisis

Nivedita Balu, Reuters

It's no secret the highly consolidated cruise industry is in trouble, but Norwegian Cruise Line is the first to indicate it may not be able to survive the crisis.

2 months ago

Norwegian Cruise Line Reportedly Taps Goldman Sachs to Sell Stake

Norwegian Cruise Line Reportedly Taps Goldman Sachs to Sell Stake

Rosie Spinks, Skift

Like the other two major cruise lines, Norwegian Cruise Line is struggling to financially survive in a time when ships are docked and no revenue is coming in.

3 months ago

Will Any Cruise Lines Have Ships at Sea by Monday?

Will Any Cruise Lines Have Ships at Sea by Monday?

Rosie Spinks, Skift

The cruise industry has had a spectacularly rotten week. Facing criticism from all sides, it looks increasingly unlikely that many lines will still be sailing as scheduled on Monday.

4 months ago

The New and Outgoing Norwegian Cruise CEOs Talk Industry Challenges and Opportunities

The New and Outgoing Norwegian Cruise CEOs Talk Industry Challenges and Opportunities

Andrew Sheivachman, Skift

Global cruise lines are growing fast, turning ships into theme parks and dining destinations. The simplicity of cruising remains a strong draw for consumers despite sustainability concerns.

8 months ago

Norwegian Cruise Line Adapts to Disruptions From Cuba Travel Ban

Norwegian Cruise Line Adapts to Disruptions From Cuba Travel Ban

Rosie Spinks, Skift

Norwegian Cruise Line's outlook remains bright, despite the industrywide challenge of the Cuba ban in early June.

11 months ago

Norwegian Cruise Line Sees No Danger on the Horizon

Norwegian Cruise Line Sees No Danger on the Horizon

Patrick Whyte, Skift

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.

1 year ago

Alaska Braces for This Year’s Supersize Cruise Season

Alaska Braces for This Year’s Supersize Cruise Season

Hannah Sampson , Skift

Cruise operators go where they see demand, and Alaska has been a hot market for a while now. Will the introduction of more and bigger ships change that dynamic?

1 year ago

Beyond Bookings: South Africa’s Travelstart Expands Into Media Space

Beyond Bookings: South Africa’s Travelstart Expands Into Media Space

Richard Holmes, Skift

Brands love an audience, and Travelstart boasts the best online travel booking numbers in Africa. Little wonder this leading online travel agency has expanded into the media space, offering brands and destination marketing organizations access to its audience. For a fee, of course.

1 year ago

Cruise Execs Dodge the Industry’s Downsides at Global Gathering

Cruise Execs Dodge the Industry’s Downsides at Global Gathering

Hannah Sampson, Skift

The cruise industry is having a good run. But why not talk frankly about challenges and address them with meaningful solutions?

1 year ago

Norwegian Cruise Is Trying to Luxe Up Its Mass-Market Line

Norwegian Cruise Is Trying to Luxe Up Its Mass-Market Line

Hannah Sampson, Skift

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings keeps trying new ways to get higher-spending passengers on board. Quarterly results show the efforts are working so far.

2 years ago