NCL Sells Cruise Ship

Monday, September 20, 1999
Norwegian cruise operators NCL Holding ASA has agreed to sell the cruise ship Aida to Arkona Touristik for $181 million. NCL said the booked value of the vessel was $169 million, and the debt on the ship was $106 million. Delivery will take place this month.
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