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Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL)

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    Richard
    no masks outside and unguided shore excursions! July 2nd cruise here we come!
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    horde
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    KeNkKeL
    $CCL conversation
    CDC Eviction Ban Overturned! Judges found CDC exceeded authority to stop spread of virus! This bodes well for May 12 no-sail injunction to overturn CDC overreaching by restricting sailing! I am even more confident that on May 12 the judge will throw out the No-Sail Ban and cruises can sail IMMEDIATELY!

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/jemimamcevoy/2021/05/05/biden-admin-appeals-judges-decision-to-overturn-cdcs-nationwide-eviction-moratorium/?sh=6433362380ad

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    KeNkKeL
    $CCL conversation
    BREAKING: $RCL CEO Richard Fain in interview “We’ll I think it may, and we’re really very pleased, and excited...it really does support the pathway that we think is achievable...we’re feeling pretty good.” Says both pathways outlined by CDC are feasible by July.

    https://twitter.com/SquawkStreet/status/1387796880676073483
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    Richard
    Anyone have any inside scoop on new CDC order? I have reservations for 4 staterooms on the July 2nd cruise out of Bayonne, NJ . I am going to assume that the new CDC order will allow that first cruise in July, and won't say only cruises leaving July 15th or later. It was quite ambiguous as tot what "allowing all July cruises" as long as vaccinated. I called Royal Caribbean and they said the July 2nd cruise is still going! If you have any info, let me know---much appreciated.
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    Yahoo Sucks
    This morning's actions: Credit Suisse raises price target to $135 and J.P. Morgan raises price target to $112.
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    KeNkKeL
    $CCL conversation
    $RCL reports much smaller loss today, CDC removes no-sail ban, no changes to Fed actions in foreseeable future

    $70+ by July is my guess, anyone think it can go even higher than that? The sky is the limit now! CONGRATS to all Longs!
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    S
    The U.S. Centers for Disease Control's decision to allow cruise ships to resume sailing by mid-July comes at just the right time for Royal Caribbean (NYSE: RCL), which just reported a $1.1 billion adjusted loss for the first quarter. The real benefit, though, is that the resumption of voyages comes as Royal Caribbean has accumulated a large stash of cash. With $5.1 billion in the bank (but $20.7 billion in debt to go with it), the cruise ship owner looks like it has the financial means available to finish riding out this storm.
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    Mike
    The CDC had given the ok for ships to start sailing in mid July. But what people need to know that if the Ships do sail then they must show that 98% of crew and 95% of passengers must be completely vaccinated for Covid! Now with the Florida Governor signing into law that companies can’t ask for proof of vaccine could do more damage to the economy of his State because already one Cruise like is pulling out of Florida and working on Ports in other States. You see if Cruise Lines can’t show proof that what is required to let ships sail and The Governor says no then Ships will need to find other ports that will allow them to do the right things. For RCL it’s much much harder because of the gigantic ships they have and not to many US Ports can handle them so all we can do is wait and see.
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    Jay
    How many people will be going on a cruise during a hyperinflationary depression?
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    Matt
    Carnival Corporation & plc
    Rep. Doris Matsui of California is one of 2 representatives trying to block cruise sailings. Fun fact, she's on the clean energy board. So this is a personal issue to her and all the cruise ship haters that financially support her. This has NOTHING to do with COVID.

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    Paul
    $CCL conversation
    $CCL $NCLH $RCL Looks like UK is on top of things compared to CDC. Full framework in UK for resuming cruises released. May 17: 50% capacity or 1,000 guests, whichever is lower. June 17: if cases keep falling ... 100% occupancy, no social distancing and no masks. Get ready for some stock price movement. Other countries will follow.
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    John
    Cruise lines and airlines stock will rise 20% from here in this summer easily!
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    LD
    I still don’t understand why airplanes with passengers who are not vaccinated are safer than cruises with vaccinated passengers? 🤔
    I think this has a lot to do with 💵 💵 💵 and little to do with COVID
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    John
    Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd.
    Colorado stopped masks in most areas. We need are cruises. We have been stuck here for over a year. Can't wait. It's like waving candy infront of a baby. Time to sail. $CCL $RCL
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    jimmy
    If you were going to dump any of the cruise lines it would be CCL and NCLH because of it’s massive dilution and debt @ high interest rates, RCL has managed to borrow at much cheaper rates and dilute it’s shareholder much less than the other two. When the tide rolls out RCL will be in a much better position to compete on price if it needs to and will be much more cash positive also. With more cash on hand they can grow faster.
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    Skeptic
    It makes no sense that the Barron's article caused this much of a drop today. Only if people have really had their head in the sand an not noticed every time there was a stock or debt offering. Not one blooming thing changed between Friday and today.
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    KarenH
    One important metric to look for in a stock is an 80 or higher Relative Strength Rating. Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) just hit that mark, with a jump from 80 to 84 Tuesday. The cruise industry has been making a comeback as more Americans are getting vaccinated and economy returns to normalcy. Cruise liners are betting on pent-up demand for vacation and leisure travel by summer of this year.
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    Jake
    Cruise stocks are about to take off Monday. I’m guessing 5-8% gains on Monday alone. $CCL $RCL $NCLH
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    Matt
    Carnival Corporation & plc
    Fill out this form to help urge your representatives to pass the CRUISE Act!

    View in Desktop mode to see the form on the right hand side.

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    https://cruising.org/en/clia-action-center