NCL CEO Del Rio on the Norwegian Breakaway Bomb Cyclone Fiasco: "Weather Can Be Unpredictable . . . (It's) All Good"

NCL Holdings president and CEO Frank Dek Rio rang the bell this morning at the New York Stock Exchange in celebration of the five year anniversary of NCL's listing. Del Rio was later interviewed by CNBC when he was asked about cyclone Grayson, often called the "bomb cyclone" storm, which terrorized the passengers aboard the Norwegian Breakaway as it sailed into the storm while heading back to New York last week. Smiling, CEO Del Rio stated this morning (video link here) to a national television audience:  . . . weather can be unpredictable . . . and that's what happened this weekend . . . the great news is our ship is back in the Caribbean carrying 4,000 happy cruisers . . . so . . . all good.  Meterologists all agree that the storm was perfectly forecasted well in advance. Many of the traumatized passengers on the Breakaway felt that NCL's priority was to get back to port in New York to pick up new passengers so NCL would not lose any…

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