Harry Sommer, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings’ incoming president, and CEO, said on the company’s earnings call that the company’s target consumer remains resilient and wants to travel and experience new things.
Summer also noted that the performance of onboard revenue generation, our best real-time indicator of consumers’ financial situation, is exceptional. Summer is especially pleased with the depth and breadth of the strength across revenue streams, ships, and regions.
As a result of these increases, gross onboard revenue per passenger cruise day was nearly 30 percent higher than in 2019. As a result of our efforts to attract the best guests and enhance our market-leading bundled service offering, we have experienced increased revenue.
Sommer noted that pre-sold revenue for the first quarter of 2023 was about double the level in 2019.
According to him, guests who book onboard activities in advance spend significantly more than those who do not.
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