Sea Containers Declares Cash Dividends on Class A and Class B Common Shares

Monday, October 20, 2003
The Board of Directors of Sea Containers Ltd. today declared quarterly cash dividends on the Company's Class A and Class B common shares. The dividend will be $0.025 per share on the Class A common shares and $0.0225 per share on the Class B common shares. Class B common shares are convertible at any time into Class A common shares. The dividends will be payable November 20, 2003 to shareholders of record November 5, 2003. The Class A and B common shares of Sea Containers Ltd. are listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbols SCRA and SCRB, respectively.
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