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04 August 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 22:43 GMT+2

May 9, 2019

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Crocieristico group NCLH has archived item the first trimester with results record

The profit clearly is piled to 118,2 million dollars (+14.5%)

The group Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) has concluded the first trimester of the 2019 with revenues record for this period pairs to 1,40 billion dollars, with an increment of +8.5% regarding the first trimester last year when the precedence was established record. The revenues deriving from the sale of tickets of the cruises are piled to 973,3 million dollars (+9.4%) and those generated from the sales on board of the ships and from other asset to 430,4 million dollars (+6.6%). The EBITDA, with 327,6 million dollars (+10.4%), has reached a new level record for the first three months of the year. The operating profit has been of 158,3 million dollars (- 5.2%) and the profit clearly has been attested to 118,2 million dollars (+14.5%), also it a quota record for the first trimester of the year.

Between the new records for this quarterly period marked from the crocieristico group there is also that of the number of passengers accommodated on the ships of the fleet that has been of 645 thousand unit (+4.5%).

Commenting the results of the first trimester the 2019 president and managing director of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, Frank Del Rio, have announced that the group has begun the year with a level record of reservations for the next programmed cruises from the companies of the group, that is from Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises, than together 26 ships operate to which 11 ships within 2027 will join to others.

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