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The answer may surprise you.The answer may surprise you.

How Long Can Royal Caribbean Survive Without Cruises? | The Motley Fool

The firm says two beaten-down stocks, Royal Caribbean Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line, are poised to rally once the industry bounces back.The firm says two beaten-down stocks, Royal Caribbean Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line, are poised to rally once the industry bounces back.

Credit Suisse Thinks These Cruise Stocks Will Jump Over 50%

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“August 2035 "Royal Caribbean hopes to resume cruises as soon as August" https://t.co/wyced2HGp2”

Eddy Elfenbein on Twitter: "August 2035 "Royal Caribbean hopes to resume cruises as soon as August" https://t.co/wyced2HGp2"

“In a long shot lawsuit, Filipino crew members trapped on Royal Caribbean's Celebrity ships ask federal judge in Miami for emergency relief. They say they are being falsely imprisoned w/o pay as flights home are repeatedly postponed. https://t.co/tE6kchyQJz”

Taylor Dolven on Twitter: "In a long shot lawsuit, Filipino crew members trapped on Royal Caribbean's Celebrity ships ask federal judge in Miami for emergency relief. They say they are being falsely imprisoned w/o pay as flights home are repeatedly postponed. https://t.co/tE6kchyQJz"

“Where cruising could return as early as July, says @RoyalCaribbean CEO fr @ThePointsGuy @CruiseLog https://t.co/yizMUIqGoY”

Stewart Chiron on Twitter: "Where cruising could return as early as July, says @RoyalCaribbean CEO fr @ThePointsGuy @CruiseLog https://t.co/yizMUIqGoY"

“Will people actually go on cruises in 2021? Royal Caribbean says bookings look solid so far and prices will go up. Norwegian reported similar trends last week. Go figure. My story. $RCL $NCLH $CCL https://t.co/9Y1g0J9vF3”

Paul R. La Monica on Twitter: "Will people actually go on cruises in 2021? Royal Caribbean says bookings look solid so far and prices will go up. Norwegian reported similar trends last week. Go figure. My story. $RCL $NCLH $CCL https://t.co/9Y1g0J9vF3"

Royal’s CEO has said Aug. 1 sail date is tentative, and subject to change based on COVID-19 conditions.Royal’s CEO has said Aug. 1 sail date is tentative, and subject to change based on COVID-19 conditions.

Reassurances from Royal Caribbean management following earnings has RCL stock watchers buying into improving conditions and the ability to navigate successfully past the novel coronavirus.Reassurances from Royal Caribbean management following earnings has RCL stock investors buying into improving conditions and the ability to navigate successfully past the novel coronavirus.

How Getting Aboard Royal Caribbean Stock Makes Sense Following Earnings | InvestorPlace

Reassurances from Royal Caribbean management following earnings has RCL stock investors buying into improving conditions and the ability to navigate successfully past the novel coronavirus.

How Getting Aboard Royal Caribbean Stock Makes Sense Following Earnings | InvestorPlace

Cruise ships may resume sailing in the coming months, but not every port is ready to welcome them back.Cruise ships may resume sailing in the coming months, but not every port is ready to welcome them back.

Destinations that may not welcome ships when cruising resumes

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The major cruise lines face a battle to win back trust from passengers and recover from massive revenue shortfalls during the pandemic. But a loyal contingent of South Florida cruisers book trips like clockwork each year. And they're eager to head out to sea.The major cruise lines face a battle to win back trust from passengers and recover from massive revenue shortfalls during the pandemic. But a loyal contingent of South Florida cruisers book trips like clockwork each year. And they're eager to head out to sea.

Cruise fans eager to sail despite coronavirus - South Florida Sun-Sentinel