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China ‘Stronger Than Last Year’ For Carnival Corp

Early on the morning of April 2, 2017, AIDAbella was the first ship of the AIDA fleet to sail past Shanghai's famous skyline“The bottom line is things are stronger for sure than they were last year at this time,” said Arnold Donald, president and CEO of Carnival Corporation, touching on China on the company’s Monday morning second quarter earnings call. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Donald on Q2 Call: ‘The Industry is Capacity Constrained’

Carnival Corporation & plc  (logo)“We have highly differentiated product offerings. I know people are concerned about capacity but overall, the industry is capacity constrained,” said Arnold Donald, president and CEO of Carnival Corporation, on the company’s second quarter earnings call. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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The Bellona Foundation and Carnival Corporation & plc sign agreement to continue improving sustainable cruise tourism

Carnival Corporation & plc  (logo)The Bellona Foundation and Carnival Corporation & plc have signed an agreement of cooperation where the parties agree to work together to continue improving environmental and sustainability impact. The newly formed cooperation is based on the two parties’ shared vision of an even more sustainable cruise industry in a future zero emission society.




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Carnival Corporation & plc Acquires Port, Railroad and Retail Operations in Alaska

The White Pass & Yukon Route rail excursion by Princess Cruises (Photo Judith A.)Carnival Corporation & plc through its subsidiary, Holland America Princess Alaska Tours, announced today (June 6) it has entered into a purchase and sale agreement to acquire TWC Enterprises Limited’s White Pass & Yukon Route (WP&YR) division, which includes White Pass’ port, railroad and retail operations in Skagway, Alaska.




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Cruise ship stocks are the worst performers in S&P 500 after Morgan Stanley predicts weak demand

Carnival, Royal Caribbean Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line all dropped more than 4 percent and were among the worst-performing stocks in the S&P 500. Shares of the major cruise-line companies fell broadly on Tuesday after an analyst at Morgan Stanley said he expect the space to get hit by weak travel demand. (cnbc.com)




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