Carnival Corporation  (CCL)
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    Sector  Services    Industry Cruise and Shipping
   Industry Cruise and Shipping
   Sector  Services
Price: $15.1300 $0.35 2.368%
Day's High: $15.14 Week Perf: -5.97 %
Day's Low: $ 14.80 30 Day Perf: -0.33 %
Volume (M): 21,931 52 Wk High: $ 19.74
Volume (M$): $ 331,813 52 Wk Avg: $15.52
Open: $14.81 52 Wk Low: $10.84

 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 19,046
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 1,259
 Employees 70,000
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 22,567
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 405
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -3,217
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 4,347

Carnival Corporation

Carnival Corporation was incorporated in Panama in 1972 and Carnival plc was incorporated in England and Wales in 2000. Carnival Corporation and Carnival plc operate a dual listed company (“DLC”), whereby the businesses of Carnival Corporation and Carnival plc are combined through a number of contracts and through provisions in Carnival Corporation’s Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws and Carnival plc’s Articles of Association. The two companies operate as if they are a single economic enterprise with a single senior executive management team and identical Boards of Directors, but each has retained its separate legal identity. Carnival Corporation and Carnival plc are both public companies with separate stock exchange listings and their own shareholders.

We are the largest global cruise company and one of the largest vacation companies in the world. We have a portfolio of 12 of the worlds most widely recognized cruise brands and are the leading provider of cruises to all major destinations outside the Far East.

Our mission is to take the world on vacation and deliver exceptional experiences that appeal to a large variety of consumers, all at an outstanding value. We believe our multi-brand strategy is essential to achieving our mission and maintaining our leadership positions. Our ten unique brands with worldwide sourcing of guests and diverse itinerary options allow us to expand our offerings to our ever increasing past guest customer base, while continuing to grow our business through the acquisition of new guests in established and emerging markets. Our success also depends on our ability to understand our guests’ needs and consistently exceed their expectations by providing them with a wide variety of exceptional vacation experiences. We strive to capture a greater share of consumers’ spending on vacations by providing extraordinary cruise products and services, all at an outstanding value.

Cruising offers a broad range of products and services to suit vacationing guests of many ages, backgrounds and interests. Cruise brands can be broadly classified as offering contemporary, premium and luxury cruise experiences. The contemporary experience typically includes cruises that last seven days or less, have a more casual ambiance and are less expensive than premium or luxury cruises. The premium experience typically includes cruises that last from seven to 14 days and appeal to the more experienced cruise guest who is usually more affluent and older. Premium cruises emphasize quality, comfort, style, more destination-focused itineraries and the average pricing is normally higher than contemporary cruises. The luxury experience is usually characterized by smaller vessel size, very high standards of accommodation and service, higher prices and exotic itineraries to ports that are inaccessible to larger ships. We have product and service offerings in each of these three broad classifications. Notwithstanding these classifications, there generally is overlap and competition among all cruise products and services.

In addition to our cruise operations, we operate two tour companies under the brand names Holland America Tours and Princess Tours, which primarily complement their respective cruise operations. These tour companies are the leading cruise/tour operators in the State of Alaska and the Canadian Yukon and currently, market and operate:

- -'17 hotels or lodges in Alaska and the Canadian Yukon, with approximately 2,714 guest rooms;

- -'over 500 motorcoaches used for sightseeing and charters in the States of Washington and Alaska and in British Columbia, Canada and the Canadian Yukon;

- -'over 20 domed rail cars which are run on the Alaska Railroad between Anchorage and Fairbanks;

- -'two luxury dayboats offering tours to the glaciers of Alaska and the Yukon River; and

- -'sightseeing packages, or individual components of such packages, sold
either separately or as part of our cruise/tour packages to our Alaska
bound cruise passengers and to other vacationers.

We sell our cruises mainly through travel agents. Our individual cruise brands relationships with their travel agents is generally independent of each of our other brands. These travel agent relationships are not exclusive and most travel agents also sell cruises and other vacations provided by our competitors. Our policy towards travel agents is to train and motivate them to support our products with competitive sales and pricing policies and joint marketing programs. We also use a wide variety of marketing techniques, including websites, seminars and videos, to familiarize the agents with our cruise brands and products. As with our brands travel agent relationships, each of our brands marketing programs are generally independent of each of our other brands. In each of our principal markets, we have familiarized the travel agency community with our cruise brands and products.

We compete with land-based vacation alternatives throughout the world, including, among others, resorts, hotels, theme parks and vacation ownership properties located in Las Vegas, Nevada, Orlando, Florida, various Caribbean, Mexican, Bahamian and Hawaiian Island destination resorts and numerous other vacation destinations throughout Europe and the rest of the world.

Our primary cruise competitors in the contemporary and/or premium cruise segments for North American sourced passengers are Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., which owns Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises, Star Cruises plc, which owns Norwegian Cruise Line and Orient Lines, and Disney Cruise Line.

Our primary cruise competitors for European sourced passengers are MyTravels Sun Cruises, Fred Olsen, Saga and Thomson in the UK; Festival Cruises, Hapag-Lloyd, Peter Deilmann, Phoenix Reisen and Transocean Cruises in Germany; and Mediterranean Shipping Cruises, Louis Cruise Line, Festival Cruises and Spanish Cruise Line in southern Europe. We also compete for passengers throughout Europe with Norwegian Cruise Line, Orient Lines, Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises.

Our primary competitors in the luxury cruise segment for our Cunard, Seabourn and Windstar brands include Crystal Cruises, Radisson Seven Seas Cruise Line and Silversea Cruises.

   Company Address: 3655 N.W. 87th Avenue Miami, 33178 FL
   Company Phone Number: 599-2600   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NYSE CCL

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Carnival Corporation

Carnival Corporation Sets Sail Towards Profitability with 21.977% Surge in Revenue

CCL, or Carnival Corporation, recently released its report for the fiscal period ending on Feb 29, 2024. The report showcased a surge in revenue by 21.977% to $5.41 billion compared to the previous year's reporting season. However, despite the increase in revenue, the company faced a net loss of $-0.17 per share. This is in comparison to a loss of $-0.04 per share in the previous period.
It is worth noting that the deficit in earnings faced by Carnival Corporation in the most recent fiscal period was significantly lower than the deficit of $-693.000 million reported in the same reporting season a year ago. This indicates that the company has made progress in managing its loss.

Carnival Corporation

Carnival Corporation Witnesses Remarkable Achievement, Posts Strong Revenue Growth in September-November 2023 Interval

Carnival Corporation Shows Signs of Recovery Despite Recent Losses
Cruise and Shipping company, Carnival Corporation, has experienced a mixed performance in recent months, with a net loss of $-0.04 per share in the September to November 30, 2023 interval. However, the company's revenue surged by an impressive 40.557% to $5.40 billion when compared to the same period in the previous year.
This is a positive sign for investors, as the previous financial reporting period saw Carnival Corporation generating a revenue of $6.85 billion and $0.79 per share, indicating a decline in the most recent report.

Carnival Corporation

Reviving Profitability: Carnival Corporation Bounces Back, But Challenges Persist

Carnival Corporation, a renowned cruise line operator, has seen a turnaround in its profitability during the most recent fiscal period. While the company displayed positive earnings per share (EPS), significant revenue growth, and improved profit margins, a closer analysis reveals several concerning factors that indicate potential troubles ahead. This article aims to shed light on the underlying issues and provides a bearish perspective on Carnival Corporation's future prospects.
Limited Scope of Profitability:
Although Carnival Corporation's EPS improved to $0.79 per share compared to a loss of $0.65 a year prior, it is essential to examine the broader context. The previous fiscal year witnessed a significant downturn, highlighting the company's inability to maintain consistent profitability. Furthermore, the earnings per share are still lower than the $-0.32 per share recorded in the previous reporting period, indicating a lack of sustained growth in financial performance.

Carnival Corporation

Remarkable Comeback for Carnival Corporation: Rising Revenue and Shrinking Losses Mark Q2 2023 Earnings Report

Carnival Corporation, a leading global cruise line company, has recently released its financial results for the second quarter of 2023. The results showcase a remarkable improvement in earnings per share, a sharp increase in revenue, and a significant decrease in losses compared to the previous year. Furthermore, the company's share price has shown a substantial upward trajectory, reaching its highest level in the past 52 weeks. This article aims to provide an overview of the key financial facts and shed light on the context of Carnivals' recent performance.
1. Earnings per Share (EPS) Improvement: Carnival Corporation has demonstrated a noteworthy improvement in earnings per share in the second quarter of 2023. The company reduced its loss per share to $-0.32, compared to $-1.61 in the same period last year. Additionally, this represents an increase from a loss of $-0.55 per share reported in the preceding reporting season.


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