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  1. Royal Caribbean Price Target & Analyst Ratings Showing: All Analyst Consensus & Price Target Best Performing Analyst Consensus & Price TargetPremium Analyst Rating Consensus Moderate Buy Based on 15 Analyst Ratings 6 Buy 7 Hold 2 Sell Based on 15 Wall Street analysts offering stock ratings for Royal Caribbean in the last 3 months (by analysts ranked 0 to 5 stars). Analyst Price Target on RCL $99.83 ▲ (168.72% Upside) Based on 15 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Royal Caribbean in the last 3 months. The average price target is $99.83 with a high forecast of $165.00 and a low forecast of $25.00. The average price target represents a 168.72%increase from the last price of $37.15. Past 12 Months Next 12 MonthsApr2019JulOctJan2020Apr$22$60.75$99.50$138.25$177Apr2021 Average $99.83 Low $25.00 High $165.00 Detailed list of analyst forecasts
  2. RCL is up another 9% today. CCL and NCL also jumped but not as much.
  3. Three drinks on sea pass card are good at almost all bars, MDR, specialty dining and show rooms. Odd someone said they just found out Margaritas are included. It is hard to find a cocktail that is not included.
  4. Funny take on the Lysol, I was at Costco yesterday and watched two ladies spraying some type of aerosol in front of them as they crossed the parking lot.
  5. UBS sizes up the balance sheets of the cruise line operators after factoring in the latest cash-preservation moves by Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH +7.5%) and Royal Caribbean (RCL +12.5%), as well as the capital raise by Carnival (CCL +12.0%). Analyst Robin Farley: "CCL's capital raise last week gives it the longest runway of liquidity to stay afloat in a zero-revenue scenario, at about 12-13 months with potential for another 2 months based on prolonged layups, and more beyond that (as we detail below.) That puts CCL further ahead of RCL, which we believe has ~10 months of liquidity in a zero-rev scenario, and NCLH which we believe has ~7-8 months of liquidity in such a scenario." UBS has a 12-month Buy rating on Royal Caribbean and Neutral ratings on Carnival and Norwegian.
  6. UBS sizes up the balance sheets of the cruise line operators after factoring in the latest cash-preservation moves by Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH +7.5%) and Royal Caribbean (RCL +12.5%), as well as the capital raise by Carnival (CCL +12.0%). Analyst Robin Farley: "CCL's capital raise last week gives it the longest runway of liquidity to stay afloat in a zero-revenue scenario, at about 12-13 months with potential for another 2 months based on prolonged layups, and more beyond that (as we detail below.) That puts CCL further ahead of RCL, which we believe has ~10 months of liquidity in a zero-rev scenario, and NCLH which we believe has ~7-8 months of liquidity in such a scenario." UBS has a 12-month Buy rating on Royal Caribbean and Neutral ratings on Carnival and Norwegian.
  7. UBS sizes up the balance sheets of the cruise line operators after factoring in the latest cash-preservation moves by Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH +7.5%) and Royal Caribbean (RCL +12.5%), as well as the capital raise by Carnival (CCL +12.0%). Analyst Robin Farley: "CCL's capital raise last week gives it the longest runway of liquidity to stay afloat in a zero-revenue scenario, at about 12-13 months with potential for another 2 months based on prolonged layups, and more beyond that (as we detail below.) That puts CCL further ahead of RCL, which we believe has ~10 months of liquidity in a zero-rev scenario, and NCLH which we believe has ~7-8 months of liquidity in such a scenario." UBS has a 12-month Buy rating on Royal Caribbean and Neutral ratings on Carnival and Norwegian.
  8. Three months from now Coronavirus will be on the back burner, saving the economy will be job 1. Three months ago Corona was just a beer.
  9. We are on the same B2B. Booked our flight home FLL to CA yesterday as Jetblue is giving full refunds and 0 changes fees if booked in April . Booked Hotel 1898 as no penalty cancellations are being offered. Will book one way Air2Sea flight next week or so. Sea you onboard, hopefully the DL will remain on decks 11/12. Stay safe in Louisiana, things look grim
  10. That would only get you through the first 30 minutes, then off to a even more crowded DL. If you think I am joking you have never seen the DL power drinkers. 6+ cocktails would not be uncommon, and then leave with a armful of water to stock up the cabin.
  11. The last two story DL is still on Allure. 24 ft tall windows and a great view. Hope it stays if the refurb is curtailed. Not to mention great appetizers in the DL for 3+ hours, best chicken wings at sea.
  12. Allure of the Seas transatlantic 5 years ago. His name was HU. He said just call me who, like who's on first. We walked into a fully packed Diamond lounge on our first night and turned to walk out. Server came up to us and said follow me upstairs and he had a table along the railing for us. Most attentive server we had ever encountered. Saw him several times a day for 12 days. Always stoped to talk for a few minutes whether out by the pool, in the Windjammer or every night in the DL Always keep a eye out for him on every cruise but have never seen him again. I am sure he still goes by Who's on First.
  13. Carnival, Norwegian cruise line and Royal Caribbean all jumped 18% - 25% todays as the Saudi's bought almost $400 million dollars of Carnival stock. Good chance they won't lose money.
  14. Good choice. We love deck 12 forward, there are about 100 fewer cabins in the front of the ship because of the bridge. We have had deck 12 forward hump on Oasis, Allure and Symphony. Congrats on not being a scaredy cat. Happy cruising
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