According to this YTB Blog Site, it appears that NCL was not just a vendor, but they were actually a part of YTB. This fact was apparently ommitted from any of their Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) filings, but was disclosed in this latest "News Update".
Other new information gleaned from this latest release include:
- Princess Cruise Lines will now be sailing from Baltimore, MD
- Carnival Cruise Lines loves to make money in this economy
- Kevin Sheehan (President and CEO of NCL) is reportedly being fired for his poor decision
- For cruises anywhere (other than on NCL, RCCL, Celebrity, or Azamara and to Hawaii) please contact the company
And since the post will be removed in a matter of minutes, I am posting it here:
Norwegian is no longer a part of our company. They chose in this economy to drop us as a vendor for them. Don't really no why they did drop us but I guess more cruises going to the others . All these companies going out of business and companies looking for business. Well I guess their CEO will be fired soon. So if you want a cruise anywhere I will be able to help you with that. But not on Norwegian. Because my blog is an honest one you can read the details on www.thefactsaboutytb.com
But we do offer other cruise lines that love to make money in this economy. Living on the east coast I was interested in doing some group cruises from Baltimore on Norwegian but now I won't be doing that. Because I wanted closer ports people can drive too. And guess what Carnival, Princess is going to get a lot of my business.