NCL Expects $5.9 M In Losses After Grounding

Monday, October 04, 1999
NCL Holding ASA reportedly expects losses from the grounding of its Norwegian Sky vessel off Canada last week to total $5.9 million, including $2.5 million from NCL's part in insurance payments and loss of on-board income not covered by insurance plus $3.4 million for cost cuts on future cruises. However, NCL is still reporting solid liquidity. Cash holdings as of September 30 totaled $115 million.

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