Deleveraging Efforts And More Ships Make Norwegian Cruise A Buy


  • Norwegian Cruise Line delivers impressive guidance for 2024 and successfully refinances debt.
  • New ships and increases in capacity and cruise prices make NCLH a potential buy.
  • Risks include high debt levels, regulatory changes, and interest rate fluctuations, but current stock price is not expensive.

Mature couple drinking wine out on the deck.


Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NYSE:NCLH) recently delivered impressive guidance for 2024, and announced successful incoming refinancing of its debt. With new ships being added in the next four years, increases in the total amount of capacity, and successful increases in cruise

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