DoubleDown, Grand Canyon Education, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Live Nation Entertainment and Comcast are included in this Analyst Blog.
Next year is looking like a banner year for cruise vacations, as travelers across all income and budget levels have been booking voyages at greater volumes than even before the COVID-19 pandemic, according to U.S. cruise operators and travel agents. Travelers are looking to cruises in 2024 because they are still cheaper than land-based alternatives. "Overall the market is extremely strong, especially the top end of the market in terms of the most high-end luxury cruises," said Bob Levinstein, CEO of cruise marketplace Cruise Compete.
In a notable insider transaction, Harri Kulovaara, Executive Vice President of Maritime for Royal Caribbean Group (NYSE:RCL), sold 24,707 shares of the company on November 29, 2023.