The company reiterated its prior full year 2014 adjusted EPS guidance of $2.28 to $2.32. That guidance did not include the results of the acquisition of Prestige Cruises International, the parent of Oceania Cruises, which closed in Q4, nor the impact from the Insignia fire.
The repairs are estimated to take approximately nine weeks, and the ship's modified world voyage is now scheduled to begin in Singapore on March 22. The vessel has been towed to a San Juan drydock.
Insignia's Dec. 11 engine room fire, while the ship was alongside at Port Castries, St. Lucia, left three workers dead. All passengers were safely evacuated.
There has been no public indication of what caused the blaze.
The fire cut short a 10-day cruise that sailed from San Juan on Dec. 7, and resulted in the cancellation of a 24-day voyage scheduled to depart Miami on Dec. 17, along with the first three legs of the world cruise, which was to begin in Miami on Jan. 10.