Norwegian Cruise Traces indicated Tuesday it may not be capable to remain afloat, citing the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic that has shut down the international cruise sector.

The smallest of the a few major publicly traded cruise operators reported in a regulatory submitting that it has expert “substantial impacts” related to the outbreak, including the suspension of cruises and a decline in innovative bookings.

The crisis, it warned, has “raised sizeable question about the company’s means to carry on as a likely worry, as the business does not have adequate liquidity to meet up with its obligations over the upcoming twelve months, assuming no extra financing or other proactive actions.”

Norwegian also declared Tuesday it had elevated $400 million from private fairness organization L Catterton, but the funding is contingent on management raising an additional $1 billion from institutional investors.

In buying and selling Tuesday, the company’s shares sank 21.eight% to $eleven.30.

“The sector has conquer several issues in the earlier, and we anticipate that the sector will rebound and prosper with even further more enhancements to their already rigorous wellbeing and protection protocols in area in the potential,” L Catterton CEO Scott Dahnke reported in a information launch.

Norwegian, which operates the Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, and Regent 7 Seas Cruises brands, had around $six billion in long-expression personal debt obligations as of Dec. 31.

As CNBC experiences, “The coronavirus pandemic has brought the international vacation sector, and the cruise sector in certain, to a standstill throughout the world.” The U.S. federal government has extended its no-sail order for cruise ships till July 24.

Norwegian reported it was in compliance with all of its personal debt agreements as of March 31 and had “taken many actions to strengthen our liquidity via refinancing existing personal debt amortization.” It has also determined $515 million in cash paying out cuts.

Rival Carnival Cruise Traces has reported it will resume some North American sailings on Aug. 1. But Norwegian warned that the cruise suspension may be extended once more and it could not predict “when any of our ships will commence to sail once more or when ports will reopen to our ships.”

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