Report Says NCL on Cusp of Selling Three Ships

Lloyd’s List, a UK-based maritime news source, is reporting that Norwegian Cruise Line is set to sell three of its ships—Norwegian Dream, Norwegian Majesty and Pride of Aloha. According to the report, Pullmantur Cruises, the Spain-based subsidiary of Royal Caribbean, will acquire Pride of Aloha, while Louis Cruise Lines will buy the two remaining ships, the oldest in NCL’s fleet.

The sale price for Pride of America is rumored to be between $300 and $310 million and $378 million for Norwegian Dream and Norwegian Majesty.

Pride of Aloha was scheduled to rotate out of NCL’s Hawaii fleet next month, and transfer to Star Cruises, which currently holds a 50-percent interest in NCL. Visit www.ncl.com.

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