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Carnival Plc LSE:CCL London Ordinary Share GB0031215220 ORD USD 1.66
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  33.60 3.43% 1,014.00 1,013.00 1,014.50 1,028.00 988.00 988.00 415,448 13:12:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 16,109.7 2,367.1 335.7 3.1 1,591

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22/10/2020
19:41
Update from Cruise Critic Portsmouth Welcomes First Passenger Cruise in COVID Era Portsmouth Welcomes First Passenger Cruise in COVID EraPortsmouth, UK (Photo: stocker1970/Shutterstock) October 19, 2020 Aaron Saunders_130 Aaron Saunders Contributor (7:35 p.m. BST) -- Portsmouth port has welcomed its first cruise ship in the COVID-19 era, as SeaDream Yacht Club's 112-passenger SeaDream I called on the city on Monday as part of its transatlantic crossing to Barbados. A total of 19 passengers embarked in Portsmouth after adhering to strict health and safety protocols, including obtaining a COVID-19 PCR test no less than 72 hours in advance going through rapid COVID testing again before embarking the vessel. SeaDream has also rolled out extensive cleaning and sanitization measures, as well as physical distancing practices In a statement provided by Portsmouth City Council, the Port notes that no passengers already onboard were allowed ashore in Portsmouth, and only the 19 ticketed passengers were embarked. All port operations followed the UK's recent Cruise Framework Agreement for vessels and the entire call was overseen by local health authorities and Portsmouth International Port staff. SeaDream I (Photo: SeaDream Yacht Club Cruises) Portsmouth International Port is the first port in the UK to install a thermal imaging camera, and the first to have received independent verification for COVID-19 health and safety measures by international auditor and classification society DNV-GL. DNV-GL also provides COVID-19 certification for cruise ships. SeaDream I is in the midst of a 21-day crossing to Bridgetown, Barbados to start the line's newly-announced Caribbean cruises. The ship had previously embarked passengers in both Oslo, Norway and Rotterdam, Netherlands. SeaDream I is scheduled to make one additional stop, in Funchal, Madeira, on October 24 before proceeding to Bridgetown. The ship's first Caribbean voyage departs roundtrip Bridgetown on November 7, 2020. The sailing is the first transatlantic crossing to resume since the global COVID-19 pandemic shut down cruises in March. Sam
sambuca
19/10/2020
11:22
Oops. CBA to find words with less (should be 'fewer' but that's too many) letters
ccnp
19/10/2020
10:44
ccnp, What a stupid comment about the intellect of those who want to go cruising again asap. It says more about your lack of intellect than anything else.
pierre oreilly
19/10/2020
10:29
Do we get excited? a) will people go cruising? If US Republican, probably. If intellectually on a par with a donkey, possibly. What each of us wishes on those supporters of Trump who cram into a cruise boat is, perhaps, best kept between us and our God b) many passengers will be deferrals from 2020 so not new money b.1) and how do they get to the sailing port? (see e)) c) you wouldn't get me on a cruise boat full stop until here is a proven vaccine but there are still many of the cranially challenged who will bag a bargain. Which translates into small new money and All Inc packages won't boost bar takings wildly. d) as with the 737 Max; One, just one teeny weeny death and you are thee proud owner of (electronic) toilet paper and a tax loss. e) maybe Carnival should buy a stupendously cheap fleet of 737 - 8000s as I believe Ryan air will designate the flying coffins now the EU have said they are airworthy Ho hum
ccnp
18/10/2020
21:29
Do cruise companies buy or lease their ships?
sardine2
18/10/2020
19:56
From Cruise Critic Royal Caribbean Could Announce Cruise Restart Next Week, Top Sales Exec Says; Mexican Riviera, European Overnights Possible Royal Caribbean Could Announce Cruise Restart Next Week, Top Sales Exec Says; Mexican Riviera, European Overnights PossibleExterior on Freedom of the Seas October 14, 2020 Aaron Saunders_130 Aaron Saunders Contributor (2:20 p.m. EDT) -- A potential restart of cruise operations announcement that may be forthcoming as early as next week, pending approval from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), said Vicki Freed, SVP Sales, Trade Support and Service with Royal Caribbean. Freed, who made the comments during her weekly Coffee Chat with travel advisors on Wednesday, indicated that the health and safety protocols developed by Royal Caribbean's Healthy Sail Panel were implemented and ready to go but cautioned that the announcement could be further postponed, "If we don't hear back this week from the CDC." Currently, the CDC's "No-Sail" order is in effect through October 31. Royal Caribbean has cancelled all U.S. departures through November 30, 2020. Freed did not provide any additional details, and did not speculate which ships, itineraries or homeports would return first, or when that might take place. Other Royal Caribbean executives joining the Coffee Chat did, however, drop hints about some new potential itineraries. Mexican Riviera, Overnight Port Stays in Europe Puerto Vallarta (Photo:Diego Grandi/Shutterstock) When responding to a travel agent query about when Royal Caribbean might resume cruises to the Mexican Riviera on the Pacific coast, Joshua Carroll, Royal Caribbean's VP Port Development, said that as Royal Caribbean's Alaska deployment continues to expand, additional winter destinations are being sought out on the West Coast. "We're growing dramatically in Alaska," he said. "We're looking at a number of different options for the winter and we think that pretty soon we may have something exciting to announce." Royal Caribbean has not offered Mexican Riviera cruises since January 2011, when Mariner of the Seas was pulled off the weeklong runs from San Pedro (Los Angeles), California. Carroll also spoke about the possibility of increased overnight stays being added to itineraries. "Yes," Carroll said, in response to a travel agent's question. " Will see more overnights, especially in places like Europe." Barcelona Port Carrol pointed out that overnight calls allow passengers to travel further afar and take in more of the sights available to cruisers, particularly in Europe where there are any number of tourist attractions within a relatively small geographical area. It was not mentioned whether these overnight stays would be added to existing itineraries or to itineraries released moving forward. Brittany Briggs, Royal Caribbean's director, revenue strategy, said that cruisers awaiting new itineraries may not have to wait all that long. Itineraries for future years, "typically open in November-December and again in the spring," said Briggs. She noted that itineraries for the 2022-2023 cruise season may be just around the corner and stated that an announcement will likely be made in November to release these voyages. Asked about additional itineraries out of Vancouver, British Columbia, Carroll said that Royal Caribbean is actively looking at several non-Alaska options for sailings from Vancouver, including the Pacific Northwest. He noted, however, that offering Vancouver-Hawaii sailings posed some challenges for the line's newest vessels, which are only able to dock in certain ports of call due to their size. Royal Caribbean typically sends one of its smaller Radiance Class vessels on a handful of repositioning voyages to and from Vancouver to Hawaii. Sam
sambuca
18/10/2020
10:43
In your dreams...
p5tvr
18/10/2020
09:37
Massive jump in share price coming. Reports of vaccine now by government in Jan 2021, will only start with selected BUT private companies will offer to buy. Saudi's to increase it's holding as it tries to take control Cruises to start from selected places, ok local areas but it's a start. Will test £15 in the coming weeks.
onehanded
15/10/2020
18:26
1. I expect Trump to make a major announcement on vaccines in the next 7 days or so. 2. Pfizer Phase 3 data is due within the next 14 days also and CEO is very confident of approval. 3. News released today that the NHS is being told to prepare mass vaccination from December. Vaccine will almost certainly have to be fast tracked as the alternative is far too costly in every way.
justiceforthemany
08/10/2020
17:58
Anybody but Thrump
oneilly
08/10/2020
17:56
Don't forget to check out their Business Update today.... surprised no comment yet on it. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/carnival-CCL/share-news/Carnival-PLC-Carnival-Corporation-Plc-Provides-a/83424624
grahamburn
08/10/2020
10:50
Probably seen Trump brush off covid like it's nothing an expecting thing to get back to normal sooner than we think.
inthemix
08/10/2020
10:03
Why the rise?
oneilly
07/10/2020
15:36
Yeah but it will be like a sunrise once a vacine is available OR Covid proof Trump supporters get fed up and demand their Xth Amendment Right to Roam on a cruise ship be re-instated
ccnp
07/10/2020
15:22
Gloom still pervades even at the high end small ships in the Carnival family: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/carnival-CCL/share-news/Carnival-PLC-SEABOURN-ANNOUNCES-VOYAGE-CANCELLATIO/83411741
grahamburn
07/10/2020
11:13
Just as Sunnak will issue Covid Bonds, so larger companies will seek to consolidate the cost once a clear path out of the mess exists. CCL issuing new notes with SH discounts is a likely candidate
ccnp
07/10/2020
09:53
Just my opinion, but CCl is a disaster, poleaxed by coronavirus, BAe. debts basically related to project finance, if you feel debt a problem then don’t bother investing at all. In fact you might as well just call it day full-stop, the world only operates on the basis of debt, otherwise there is little need for finance per se!
bookbroker
07/10/2020
09:41
BAE - same as ccl, and almost every other company. Yet your posts just reflect your holdings - same situation, different conclusions. Zero information, 100% ramp or deramp. Oh well, strange way to try to make a buck imv.
pierre oreilly
07/10/2020
09:21
As for the toddlers, CSSG, could be a hidden gem, lots of cash, and security might just become a growth business or a cash cow, one or the other!
bookbroker
07/10/2020
09:19
And for a really unloved stock, try CNA., if it gets that cash for Direct Energy then we are in business proper.
bookbroker
07/10/2020
09:16
Try DLAR, BAe., TED for a punt, either already raised capital, sound balance sheets and lookin good.
bookbroker
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