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Cruise Lines Can’t Duck Their Debt


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Cruise ships, it seems, are like ducks—elegant and effortless above the water, fighting like crazy to stay afloat beneath.

On the surface, the industry is at bay: The world has reopened, occupancy limits and bookings are at or above prepandemic levels. Carnival Royal Caribbean Group and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings are all eyeing a near-term return to profitability this year—a milestone they are hoping will reignite investor interest, with their shares down an average of over 45% over the past six months.

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