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Norwegian Cruise Ord Long-Term Debt Chart (NCLH)

Norwegian Cruise Ord annual/quarterly Long-Term Debt from 2010 to 2020.
  • Norwegian Cruise Ord Long-Term Debt for the quarter ending June 06, 2020 was $10,008m a 43.39% increase of 4,342m year over year
  • Norwegian Cruise Ord Long-Term Debt for the last 12 months ending June 06, 2020 was $10,008m a 43.39% increase of 4,342m year over year
  • Norwegian Cruise Ord Annual Long-Term Debt for 2019 was $6,048m a 4.58% increase of 277m from 2018
  • Norwegian Cruise Ord Annual Long-Term Debt for 2018 was $5,771m a 2.22% increase of 128m from 2017
  • Norwegian Cruise Ord Annual Long-Term Debt for 2017 was $5,643m a -3.48% decrease of -197m from 2016
Other Cash Flow Metrics:
  • Norwegian Cruise Ord Cash Flow from Operations for the quarter ending December 12, 2018 was $355m a -72.01% decrease of -256m year over year
  • Norwegian Cruise Ord Levered Free Cash Flow (FCF) for the quarter ending December 12, 2018 was $180m a -134.27% decrease of -241m year over year
  • Norwegian Cruise Ord Total Revenue for the quarter ending December 12, 2018 was $1,381m a 6.36% increase of 88m year over year
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Quarterly NCLH Long-Term Debt Data

06/2020$10,008m
03/2020$8,429m
12/2019$6,048m
09/2019$5,666m
06/2019$5,736m
03/2019$5,923m
12/2018$5,771m
09/2018$5,875m
06/2018$6,149m
03/2018$5,580m

Annual NCLH Long-Term Debt Data

2019$6,048m
2018$5,771m
2017$5,643m
2016$5,840m
2015$5,771m
2014$5,506m
2013$2,843m
2012$2,764m
2011$2,837m
2010$3,126m