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Articles tagged “norwegian cruise line”

Cruises

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

Cruises

Alaska Braces for This Year’s Supersize Cruise Season

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?

Alaska Braces for This Year’s Supersize Cruise Season

Online Travel

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

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.

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

Cruises

Cruise Execs Dodge the Industry’s Downsides at Global Gathering

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

Cruise Execs Dodge the Industry’s Downsides at Global Gathering

Cruises

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

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

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

Cruises

Norwegian Cruise Line Wants Passengers to Keep Spending More at Sea

Cruise lines keep loading their ships with things for passengers to buy — Starbucks latte and a game of laser tag, anyone? With consumers feeling confident, no one seems to mind spending money on extras. But if the economy takes a turn for the worse, will that change?

Norwegian Cruise Line Wants Passengers to Keep Spending More at Sea

Cruises

Norwegian Cruise Line Is Moving Its Built-for-China Ship to the U.S.

Norwegian Cruise Line made a significant investment in China when it built a ship specifically for that market. But as executives like to say, ships are easy to move when necessary, and clearly Norwegian sees a brighter future in the U.S.

Norwegian Cruise Line Is Moving Its Built-for-China Ship to the U.S.

Cruises

Wall Street Concerns Aren’t Keeping Cruise Lines From Ordering More Ships

Cruise lines are confident that people will fill the ships they order, and shipbuilding yards are packed with business for years to come. Will Wall Street shake off its worries that demand won't keep up?

Wall Street Concerns Aren’t Keeping Cruise Lines From Ordering More Ships

Cruises

Newest Norwegian Cruise Line Ship Offers More Fun for a Fee

Cruise lines have been adding bells and whistles — some included in the price, some not — for years now. Executives have a good sense of what passengers are willing to pay extra for, and we expect to see a continued push to generate more onboard revenue.

Newest Norwegian Cruise Line Ship Offers More Fun for a Fee

Cruises

Norwegian Cruise CEO Sees No Signs of Recession

Like other cruise operators, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings is seeing strong business for 2018 and even 2019. Two words — hurricane season — could interfere, but with so many bookings already made, even a stormy summer shouldn't ruin the year.

Norwegian Cruise CEO Sees No Signs of Recession