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9 hours ago, jwattle said:

The other factor for cruiser lines is the onboard spending drop of decreased occupancy...

Possibly, but consider that if the ships can't visit certain ports and the ports that they do have entry to may only accept ship operated tours with no wandering around by the passengers, that this will provide more time on the ship itself for the various spending opportunities.  It is also fact that the ship can be 60% occupied and still be profitable, marginally but still profitable.

Let's wait and see how long this "new normal" will be in place and we can get back to the "old normal".

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