While Norwegian posted loss for its Q2, ended June 30, 2013, compared to net income last year, the loss was attributed to financial costs (see separate report on Q2) for a positive restructuring of debt, according to the company’s press release.

Norwegian’s gross and net ticket and onboard revenue were up year-over-year. Gross ticket revenue per passenger day was $165.60 this year, compared to $162.80 last year, and gross onboard revenue was $67.60 this year, compared to $65.33 last year.

Net ticket revenue was $124.71 per passenger day this year, compared to $120.29 last year, and net onboard revenue was $49.76 this year, compared to $48.11 last year.

Passengers spent an average of $1,128.12 on their cruise tickets this year, up $12.65 from $1,115.47 last year.