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Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NCLH)

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28.48+0.67 (+2.41%)
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  • B
    BeeSay
    I don't understand the sell-off today. They had essentially NO REVENUE, which should be a surprise to nobody. They've applied to begin sailing from the U.S. in July, which is very good news. Do people not read the public filings???
  • K
    KeNkKeL
    $CCL conversation
    CDC Eviction Ban Overturned! Judges found CDC exceeded authority to stop spread of virus! This bodes well for May 12 no-sail injunction to overturn CDC overreaching by restricting sailing! I am even more confident that on May 12 the judge will throw out the No-Sail Ban and cruises can sail IMMEDIATELY!

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/jemimamcevoy/2021/05/05/biden-admin-appeals-judges-decision-to-overturn-cdcs-nationwide-eviction-moratorium/?sh=6433362380ad

    $CCL $RCL $NCLH
  • K
    KC Chief
    Keep in mind that every deposit for a booking is 100% refundable on demand for cash, don't have to settle for a future credit. Right now they have just this side of zilch to bank on.
  • M
    Myaccount
    The Gov not giving the greenlight to sailing is starting to look suspicious...
  • D
    DonkeyTeeth
    Cruising is done until at least November if the Federal case against the CDC is successful. Now that TX and AK have joined in the lawsuit, the cruise industries are going to provide evidence as well. The CDC has drastically overstepped its bounds. If they are not successful, I can see the cruise industry abandon the US, take their money to build port terminals in other countries, and give the two-finger salute to China Joe and the Gestapo CDC.
  • d
    devon
    Who’s holding ??
  • M
    Mark
    today is a good buying opportunity, "might" be be able to buy it under 26 but i doubt it, it's not going much lower, as recent history repeats itself nclh will be heading to new highs, it doesn't matter that they won't be sailing in july, today or tomorrow morning is probably the low
  • S
    SilentBull
    CDC sends letter stating:

    Ships in US waters can bypass test cruises and jump to paying passenger cruising IF 95% of passengers are vaccinated and 98% of crew is vaccinated.
    States several other points regarding rapid covid tests can be taken at the ship prior to boarding rather than a week in advance, and that the cruise line Port of Call stays can be negotiated to several ports of call instead of a single destination during a particular cruise, as long as they all agree on terms. And some language about cruise lines producing test cruising guidance letters in just five days rather than the 60 days which in essence shortens that timeline by 55 days (not clear what that actually means).

    Bottom line these lawsuits brought by DeSantis and Alaska are causing ripples and forcing the CDC to loosen their requirements and allow cruising to resume hopefully by mid summer.
  • R
    Richard
    What does anyone expect for a cruise line that was totally shut down for a year! Are they going to go bankrupt?-No, of course not--they would have already. The cruise industry is just starting to come back. It will take a little time, but they will recover. First of all, cruise prices are much higher than before, and the bookings from July on are great. I have 4 staterooms for cruise in July, and can't wait. There are millions of people like me. Just like restaurants and other entertainment and travel, it will all come back and so will all the stock prices.
  • S
    SilentBull
    No reason for this percent drop. ..3 times that of RCL or CCL when al three are dealing with the same dem CDC. Lots of Manipulation here.
  • S
    SilentBull
    Now FEMA is jumping on board into the illegal scam B business ...even on their website they tell you how to alter your death certificate if it's not listed as Covid so they can pay out $35,000 per person that died from supposed Covid ....sorry, the flu
  • P
    Paul
    Curious if anyone bought a year ago when it was around $10. What have you done and your current thoughts? Holding steady? Cashed in and repurchased? Buying more? Sold?
  • G
    G
    How do you find out whether there will be another share dilution?
  • w
    warwas
    They had some interesting insights about NCLH on (http://Stocks-tracker.com). Definitely made me think twice about the company.
  • J
    Jeff
    Who really thought we were going to sail in July anyway? Nada. The point is we are going to sail again soon. Doesn't really matter that much if it's July or August or September. October will still be fine.
  • c
    charles
    No revenue, sail date not certain, debt growing, profitability far off, the stock is cheap for good reasons. A good time to BUY. Still a $50.00 price within 18 months. I am buying Jan 23 options.
  • D
    Derek
    holding all shares and buying cheap sept calls. US cases continue to plummet and everything will be open by July.
  • M
    Mark
    you should know better than to think nclh is going down much further, more than likely back to 30+ next week
  • M
    Matt
    Man, those September call prices right now. Buying with both hands!
  • W
    William
    The news is that CDC says cruise lines can begin sailing again in mid-July if all passengers are vaccinated. The CDC sent a letter to the cruise lines. Bought more NCLH today. Big blocks on the bid all morning so far.