Net yield was a record $561.85, up from $521.24.
Total revenue was at its highest, too, $142.9m, up from $142.7m a year ago.
Occupancy was down 1.5%, to 95.4%, and capacity was lower, 167,790 available passenger cruise days, down from 171,990, due to six days of Seven Seas Mariner's 10-day drydock occurring in April 2014.
Net cruise cost, excluding fuel and other expense, inched up 0.5%, while fuel expense, net of hedges, was $9.8m compared to $10.1m.
Other expense of $4.9m, compared to $1.3m in Q2 2013, was related to the Seven Seas Mariner docking.