CEO Del Rio sells $1.77m in NCLH shares

Frank Del Rio sold 37,500 NCLH shares in multiple trades Frank Del Rio sold 37,500 NCLH shares in multiple trades

Frank Del Rio, president and CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, sold 37,500 NCLH shares in multiple trades on July 2 and 3, for a total of $1.765m.

The prices ranged from $46.56 to $47.33 per share.

Some of the sales were made pursuant to a trading plan adopted by Del Rio on March 15.

The NCLH chief still holds 691,299 shares directly and 85,947 shares indirectly.

Posted 05 July 2018

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