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Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NCLH)

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    San
    $CCL conversation
    Cruise Lines Under Pressure to Significantly Raise Ticket Prices
    March 06, 2021
    Cruise ships docked in Nassau

    Cruise companies may be eyeing a significant increase to ticket prices in the near future as demand surges and sailings sell out in record time.

    “Wall Street is not happy,” said one source familiar with the situation. “If cruises are flying off the shelves, the message from big investors has been to raise prices if inventory is selling too quickly … the companies are leaving too much money on the table.”

    Cruise lines have widely reported strong pent-up demand and record sales volumes in media announcements, leading to a backlash from the investment community.

    Carnival said sales were solid due to pent up demand in late February, and a few weeks earlier, Oceania saw its world cruise sell out in a single day.

    Victory Cruise Lines and American Queen Steamboat said that January and February 2021 bookings are over 35 percent higher than November and December 2020 bookings, according to a press release.

    The story is also good at Royal Caribbean Group, with bookings up 30 percent. $RCL $NCLH
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    San
    $CCL conversation
    $CCL $RCL $NCLH CNBC reports cruises are fully booked from summer 2021-2022 and 2023 almost full. 🛳🎉🧉

    back to 50-70 quick. 🚀
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    Solomon
    As long as this holds the $30 line, it will consolidate throughout the public offering (however long it takes) then take off to $40... Cruises will be allowed to sail soon with the trend of the vaccination.
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    San
    $CCL conversation
    $CCL $RCL $NCLH 🛳🎉🧉🏝
    Pent-up demand! 🚀
    news 3/8/21

    With the pandemic still in full swing, and none of the major cruise lines cruising just yet, raising prices on a service that no one can yet provide may seem like strange advice. But here's the thing: CIN reports that cruise reservations are "flying off the shelves," and the cruise companies are enjoying "record sales volumes."

    Analysts think this is indicative of strong pent-up demand and are encouraging cruise companies to take advantage of this surprising seller's market by raising prices. That way, once cruising does start up, they can maximize the cash they bring in to help pay back all the debt they've taken on to help them through the recession. $LUV $UAL

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.fool.com/amp/investing/2021/03/08/why-carnival-corporation-and-norwegian-cruise-line/
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    Alan
    It always amazes me when shorts come on a stock claim bk bk bk. It's almost impossible to offer shares to the public if speculation is it won't survive. Nobody would buy a position if that was the case, they've also forgotten that nclh has said they have enough liquidity to hold them over into 2022. I expect pent up demand and rumor of that to turn nclh like it has been into a bullish trend. Turbulence will be expected, but I see 40+ by end of april
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    San
    $CCL conversation
    CNBC said $CCL $RCL $NCLH are reporting completely booked cruises for 2022 and 2023.
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    parrick
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    CASHRUS
    This stock will continue higher. Ther will be full ships sailing soon and this will go over 50 fast. Bankruptcy has been off the table for some time.
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    Guru
    this is much better stock offering than the one Carnival issued stock at $7 a share along with the extremely cheap warrents to sell even more stocks.

    so relatively speaking, Norwegian has much better management in place than the carnival.
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    Craig L
    :( I had 327 shares. I lost a bit of change. But I'm in it for the long haul.
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    Sal
    Will pay down debt with offering and within two years will re purchase shares, long term price 2 years out 55-60
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    tom
    I’m heading out early today. I was waiting for 34. But today is my birthday I’m taking my birthday present. It’s been a pleasure gentleman. I said it before I’ll say it again. It’s not a profit or a gain unless you sell. I am out good luck to all.
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    Kamal
    From yesterday’s Barron “CalSTRS, the second-largest U.S. public pension, bought Peloton, NextEra, and Norwegian Cruise stock, and trimmed the investment in Skyworks Solutions in the fourth quarter.” Up we go
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    Living
    I see this as an opportunity to invest.
    My thesis: during chipotle was hit with E. Coli the stock dropped massively but it recovered strong due to customer demand same goes at cruise line as well.
    So I will keep going to invest in cruise line stocks
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    Michael
    The Company expects to use the net proceeds to pay off alllllllllllllllllll of it exchangeable senior notes due 2026.
    Nothing is wrong with it.
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    Football is it
    Nasdaq Futures show a crash for Monday. Should be a big rotation into travel and leisure.
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    S
    Shares of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. tumbled 10.0% in morning trading Friday, after the cruise operator said its public offering of 47.58 million shares priced $30 a share. That price was 8.8% below Thursday's closing price of $32.90. The share offering represents 15.1% of the shares outstanding as of Feb. 16. The company said it plans to use the proceeds from the offering to repurchase all of its subsidiary NCL Corp. Ltd.'s exchangeable senior notes due 2026 currently held by an L Catterton affiliate, with any remaining proceeds to be used for general corporate purposes. The company's cruises remain suspended through May 31 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Norwegian's stock, which closed Wednesday at a one-year high, has rallied 12.6% over the past three months, while the S&P 500 has gained 2.3%.
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    robert
    I am with the rest of you, in that this is a 1 year play. People want to sail and we're all ready to get out of the house. I bought with the rule to wait for 12 months. I know I'll be rewarded. 50% - 200% which ain't a bad return. Also, I put equal amounts in NCLH, CCL, RCL to spread the risk. I was up 30%, but that dropped to 3% last Friday. I have to remind myself of my plan going in and sit tight
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    Kev
    no income for 1 year but hey,,,lets soar to a new 52 week high.
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    AJ
    As a Global Macro guy for an investment bank, this stock and other deep cyclicals will do very well in an environment the global economy is about to enter pretty soon.