Operating a cruise ship. How much it costs.

http://marketrealist.com/2015/01/breaking-royal-caribbeans-operating-costs/

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This link gave me a huge Virus warning!

Really ? Sorry.  Not my intention at all 

it came off a Yahoo search

No problem but maybe that's why it stopped you from posting ??

Hmmmm interesting, it worked for me on my iPhone and MacBook. Hope I don't have any problems. The pie chart was interesting. Mind boggling how these travel companies, especially the international ones keep everything straight and everything running fairly smoothly.

I use an I-Pad

Interesting.

If it has a virus, I'll pass on it.

I didn't get a virus, but I would like to have seen a dollar figure.

 

 

I think they they took an average cost per person approach.  Funny thing though, for lol the cutbacks lately, the profit is only about $200/ guest, ( net yield ). No wonder they keep coming out with larger ships.   This is one reason they need to keep these ships full and floating. If a ship is disabled, the costs accumulate, the revenue doesn't.

 

Now, this was about Royal Caribbean, with some comparisons to CCL, and NCL.  Another interesting thing, according to the articles is, RCCL is the only line to consistently outperform the S&P 500.

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