RCCL sees occupancies coming back up

NEW YORK---Combined occupancies on Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. ships averaged 92% for the sailings departing between Sept.20 and Sept. 24, said company officials.

The average occupancy for company ships on seven-night Caribbean itineraries was 97% for the same period.

"Concerns regarding the safety of traveling are easing on a daily basis," said Richard Fain, chairman. "We are confident that consumer confidence will continue to build in coming weeks."

Company officials also announced an Oct. 2 conference call with analysts to update business developments. Royal Caribbean operates the Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises brands.

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