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CCL Carnival Plc

29.00 (2.31%)
08 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Carnival Plc CCL London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
29.00 2.31% 1,286.00 16:35:18
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1,263.00 1,262.50 1,292.00 1,286.00 1,257.00
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Posted at 06/12/2023 21:25 by smurfy2001
Carnival's Bold Decision to Hike Dining Fees Up To 51%

Cruise line stocks were up for CCL, RCL, and NCLH.
Posted at 14/11/2023 17:55 by pierre oreilly
Missed all the fun, been booking another cruise for the last couple of hours - what a shambles. Anyhow, finally ended up with the best value queen Anne we could find - 2 weeks, balcony, £1100pp, the usual Spain and Portugal in a years time. Great price. Doing my bit - that make 3 ccl cruises booked. The reason we get this one is we both wanted a go on the new ship, and cunard wouldn't let us use our fcd on the QM2 cruise we recently booked (subject of a complaint). fcd runs out in a week so just in time.

The way ccl's price has gone today I should have booked QG.
Posted at 10/11/2023 18:55 by pierre oreilly
Bookable, ccl owns many of the ports they visit, so presumable can adapt them if they aren't suitable for mega ships. There's always alternatives when the big ships get kicked out of places like venice (replaced with the container port 15km away iirc), amsterdam (replaced with rotterdam) and soon some in Norway. Can't blame them really. I - and neither the cruise companies who are ordering these mega ships - share your concerns. Make them a bit cheaper (as they they with bigger ships) and the market opens to not too far off everybody. A couple of days in an Skegness fawlty towers with greasy rancid bacon, or a week of sailing to the canaries or spain and portugal, with eggs benedict with smoked salmon and as many waiter served pretty good meals as you could eat? No need to spend a penny more than the fare (and I expect trying that in Skeggy wouldn't be much fun). Those who would miss a good punch up could go to the laundrette on board.

Those who want the older type cruising experience will have to pay much higher fares on the 6 star lines with small ships. Or pay for the ship within a ship experience.
Posted at 10/11/2023 16:20 by jan-mar
Debt in 2019NCL 6.5 billionCCL 9.5 billionRC 8.4 billion
Posted at 10/11/2023 16:16 by jan-mar
Pre Covid Revenue 2019NCL 6 billionCCL 20 billionRC 11 billion
Posted at 10/11/2023 15:27 by jan-mar
Revenue NCL 7 billionRC 12 billionCCL 21 billion
Posted at 10/11/2023 11:48 by ickleinvestments
In terms of debt ratio where does CCL rank compared to other big cruise corporations?
Posted at 09/11/2023 11:05 by pierre oreilly
5790 FK!

There was a great show on richard branson a few years ago. He seems to make his billions just by doing the bleedin obvious. Like only moving into areas which are phenomenally profitable already. So he moved into cruising.

I see he's got a new boat being built and launching next month, Brilliant Lady, 2700 pax, to make a fleet of 4. So about a 4 billion quid investment ime. While it's the last line I'd go on, it appeals to many I suppose.

Point is, if branson has moved in, he expects uber profits.

There are about 30 new ships under construction - mainly enormous ships replacing small ones (except for 6 star lines, who seem to buy the old small ships and convert them to luxurious ones, according to their blurb).

We have some new mega ships too, entering service soon

Carnival Jubilee 5,400pax
Sun Princess 4,300
Queen Anne of course, for 3000 lucky, discerning, richer than average, free spending, highly profitable passengers (traders no need to apply)

and 2 more on order for ccl currently unnamed.

Big boats aren't for everyone, but they are for the masses (most of them) and the masses can afford them these days. I doubt very much that the cruise capacity increase these ships represent is anywhere near keeping up with demand .... everyone wants the best value holiday going. Except a few on here of course.
Posted at 29/9/2023 14:26 by arja
anyone know what the ratio is between CCL on UK market and CCL ADRs in USA please ? It is not 1:1 and I can not find it by googling !
Posted at 19/12/2022 08:43 by trader465
He’s obviously a disgruntled old man sitting on huge losses and hoping. It’s not wise to take a 50% and more loss on the shares to get a “freeby” meal and 5% off a pint of €1 beer, just not wise!

Pierre Oreilly - 19 Apr 2022 - 15:36:23 - 3876 of 5071 Carnival - cruising higher - CCL
1500 for me to consider selling those i recently bought.

Pierre Oreilly - 20 May 2022 - 08:41:39 - 3981 of 5071 Carnival - cruising higher - CCL
Anyhow, Just bought another chunk at this low price.

Pierre Oreilly - 28 Jan 2022 - 11:29:33 - 3710 of 5071 Carnival - cruising higher - CCL
I just bought some more - taking a 2 year view.

Pierre Oreilly - 06 Apr 2020 - 16:25:17 - 2294 of 5071 Carnival - cruising higher - CCL
I would have bought many more than i did. Tomorrow ccl's going to get a big slug from me.

Pierre Oreilly - 30 Jan 2020 - 12:19:57 - 1523 of 5071 Carnival - cruising higher - CCL
Seems a bargain to me, bought some more at 30.44.

Pierre Oreilly - 04 Nov 2019 - 14:07:05 - 1447 of 5071 Carnival - cruising higher - CCL
I've just bought some more shares.

Pierre Oreilly - 26 Sep 2019 - 07:10:18 - 1394 of 5071 Carnival - cruising higher - CCL
I bought some more yesterday.

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