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Norwegian expects 2017 adjusted EPS to climb to $3.75-$3.85 bracket

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, Limited (NCLH), the world’s third largest cruise shipping group, expects its 2017 adjusted earnings per share (EPS) to climb to the bracket of $3.75 to $3.85 from $3.41 in 2016.

"With our strong booked position and continuing momentum we look forward to another year of solid financial performance, including double-digit Adjusted EPS growth in 2017," said Wendy Beck, executive vice president and chief financial officer of NCLH.

"In addition, this year marks another key milestone with our much anticipated debut into the Chinese cruise market with the delivery of Norwegian Joy," she said in a statement.

"This solid revenue and earnings trend is expected to continue in 2017 as we are now in the best booked position in our company's history with pricing slightly above the prior year," said Frank Del Rio, President and CEO.

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