Carnival Cruises to Gains in Late Trading After Record One-Week Bookings

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Carnival Cruises to Gains in Late Trading After Record One-Week Bookings

By Yasin Ebrahim

Investing.com -- Carnival (NYSE: CCL ) on Monday reported its a record booking week of double-digital gains for the one-week period through April 3 as demand for cruises returned following the pandemic lull. 

Carnival shares rose more than 2% in after-hours trading following the report.

With 22 of its 23 ships back in guest operations across all its year-round U.S. homeports, Carnival said its its final ship, Carnival Splendor, will return to service from Seattle on May 2, and will be followed by the arrival of its newest ship, Carnival Celebration, to PortMiami in November.

"By year-end 2022, Carnival will have more capacity sailing (as measured by ALBDs – available lower berth days) than it was sailing in 2019. And then in 2023, Carnival will put into service another new Excel-class ship, Carnival Jubilee from Galveston," the company said.  

 

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