NCLH record results

NORWEGIAN Cruise Line Holdings' reported a better than expected second quarter result with adjusted net income of US$232.7 million. Total revenue increased more than 13% to US$1.3b, which NCLH said came as result of the company having extra capacity from new ships and fewer vessels in drydocks. NCLH exec vp and cfo Wendy Beck said the group had seen strong booking volume in 2Q17. The company updated its outlook for 2017 and expects to post record earnings for the year, surpassing the high end of previous guidance.
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