Regent Seven Seas Cruises reported first-quarter net income of $1.8 million, rebounding from a $5 million loss in the 2013 first quarter.
Revenue advanced to $132.3 million from $124.3 million.
The cruise line is part of Prestige Cruise Holdings, which is in the process of going public.
In a statement, Prestige CEO Frank Del Rio said Regent achieved record revenue, occupancy and yields for the quarter.
The improved results came despite an increase for drydock expenses, which were $3.5 million, up from $1.2 million a year earlier.
Seven Seas Mariner emerged from a scheduled drydock in April with substantial renewal of its interior décor and an overhaul of its pod propulsion system, the company said.
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