Carnival plc

Carnival plc CCL

Dividend Summary

The next Carnival plc dividend is expected to go ex in over 1 year and to be paid in over 1 year.
The previous Carnival plc dividend was 39.1053p and it went ex over 1 year ago and it was paid over 1 year ago.
There is typically 1 dividend per year (excluding specials), and the dividend cover is approximately 2.2.

Latest Dividends
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Status Paid Forecast
Type Quarterly Quarterly
Per share 39.105p (50c) Sign Up Required
Declaration date 16 Jan 2020 (Thu) 12 Jan 2023 (Thu)
Ex-div date 20 Feb 2020 (Thu) 23 Feb 2023 (Thu)
Pay date 13 Mar 2020 (Fri) 17 Mar 2023 (Fri)

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Dividend Yield Today
0.0%
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The table below shows the full dividend history for Carnival plc
Status Type Decl. date Ex-div date Pay date Decl. Currency Forecast amount Decl. amount Accuracy
Forecast Quarterly 07 Oct 2024 21 Nov 2024 13 Dec 2024 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 04 Jul 2024 22 Aug 2024 12 Sep 2024 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 23 May 2024 14 Jun 2024 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 11 Jan 2024 22 Feb 2024 15 Mar 2024 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 09 Oct 2023 23 Nov 2023 15 Dec 2023 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 06 Jul 2023 24 Aug 2023 15 Sep 2023 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 25 May 2023 16 Jun 2023 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 12 Jan 2023 23 Feb 2023 17 Mar 2023 USD Sign up
Paid Quarterly 16 Jan 2020 20 Feb 2020 13 Mar 2020 USD 56.1c 50c 😏
Paid Quarterly 14 Oct 2019 21 Nov 2019 13 Dec 2019 USD 51.9c 50c πŸ˜ƒ
Paid Quarterly 11 Jul 2019 22 Aug 2019 13 Sep 2019 USD 52.8c 50c 😊
Paid Quarterly 18 Apr 2019 23 May 2019 14 Jun 2019 USD 50c 50c πŸ˜„
Paid Quarterly 17 Jan 2019 21 Feb 2019 15 Mar 2019 USD 50c 50c πŸ˜„
Paid Quarterly 17 Oct 2018 22 Nov 2018 14 Dec 2018 USD 50c 50c πŸ˜„
Paid Quarterly 19 Jul 2018 23 Aug 2018 14 Sep 2018 USD 50c 50c πŸ˜„
Paid Quarterly 11 Apr 2018 24 May 2018 15 Jun 2018 USD 31p 50c πŸ˜“
Paid Quarterly 19 Jan 2018 22 Feb 2018 16 Mar 2018 USD 31p 45c 😞
Paid Quarterly 19 Oct 2017 23 Nov 2017 15 Dec 2017 USD 31p 45c 😞
Paid Quarterly 19 Jul 2017 24 Aug 2017 15 Sep 2017 USD 31p 40c πŸ˜’
Paid Quarterly 07 Apr 2017 25 May 2017 16 Jun 2017 USD 28p 40c 😞
Paid Quarterly 19 Jan 2017 23 Feb 2017 17 Mar 2017 USD 28p 35c 😌
Paid Quarterly 20 Oct 2016 24 Nov 2016 16 Dec 2016 USD 24.24p 35c 😞
Paid Quarterly 14 Jul 2016 25 Aug 2016 16 Sep 2016 USD 24.24p 35c 😞
Paid Quarterly 14 Apr 2016 26 May 2016 17 Jun 2016 USD 35c
Paid Quarterly 14 Jan 2016 18 Feb 2016 11 Mar 2016 USD 30c
Paid Quarterly 16 Oct 2015 19 Nov 2015 11 Dec 2015 USD 30c
Paid Quarterly 16 Jul 2015 20 Aug 2015 11 Sep 2015 USD 30c
Paid Quarterly 16 Apr 2015 21 May 2015 12 Jun 2015 USD 25c
Paid Quarterly 13 Jan 2015 19 Feb 2015 13 Mar 2015 USD 25c
Paid Quarterly 14 Oct 2014 20 Nov 2014 12 Dec 2014 USD 25c
Paid Quarterly 16 Jul 2014 20 Aug 2014 12 Sep 2014 USD 25c
Paid Quarterly 22 Apr 2014 21 May 2014 13 Jun 2014 USD 25c
Paid Quarterly 16 Jan 2014 19 Feb 2014 14 Mar 2014 USD 25c
Paid Quarterly 15 Oct 2013 20 Nov 2013 13 Dec 2013 USD 25c
Paid Quarterly 21 Aug 2013 13 Sep 2013 USD 25c
Paid Quarterly 22 May 2013 14 Jun 2013 USD 25c
Paid Quarterly 20 Feb 2013 15 Mar 2013 USD 25c
Paid Special 05 Dec 2012 28 Dec 2012 USD 50c
Paid Quarterly 21 Nov 2012 14 Dec 2012 USD 25c
Paid Quarterly 22 Aug 2012 14 Sep 2012 USD 25c
Paid Quarterly 23 May 2012 15 Jun 2012 USD 25c
Paid Quarterly 22 Feb 2012 16 Mar 2012 USD 25c
Paid Quarterly 23 Nov 2011 16 Dec 2011 GBP 15.91p
Paid Quarterly 24 Aug 2011 16 Sep 2011 GBP 15.43p
Paid Quarterly 18 May 2011 10 Jun 2011 GBP 15.23p
Paid Quarterly 16 Feb 2011 11 Mar 2011 GBP 15.23p
Paid Final 17 Nov 2010 10 Dec 2010 GBP 26p
Paid Final 31 Dec 2009 31 Dec 2009 GBP 0p
Paid Final 31 Dec 2008 31 Dec 2008 GBP 102p
Paid Final 31 Dec 2007 31 Dec 2007 GBP 87p
Paid Final 31 Dec 2006 31 Dec 2006 GBP 65p
Year Amount Change
2006 65.0p
2007 87.0p
33.8%
2008 102.0p
17.2%
2009 0.0p
-100.0%
2010 26.0p
100%
2011 61.8p
137.7%
2012 63.3197p
2.5%
2013 64.3499p
1.6%
2014 60.9115p
-5.3%
2015 72.1072p
18.4%
2016 99.85p
38.5%
2017 123.7918p
24.0%
2018 148.555p
20.0%
2019 157.6144p
6.1%
2020 39.1053p
-75.2%
2021 Sign Up Required
2022 Sign Up Required
2023 Sign Up Required
2024 Sign Up Required

Carnival plc Optimized Dividend Chart

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Dividend Yield Today
0.0%
Optimized Yield
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52 Week High
11.8% on 24 September 2020
52 Week Low
2.6% on 03 March 2021
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About Carnival plc

Carnival is a cruise operator with a portfolio of cruise brands in North America, Europe and Australia. In 2003 the company combined with P&O Princess Cruises to form one of the largest leisure travel companies in the world. The group now encompasses brands such as Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America Line and Princess Cruises.

Sector
Travel & Leisure
Country
United Kingdom
Share Price
Β£14.45 (yesterday's closing price)
Shares in Issue
183 million
Market Cap
Β£2.6bn
Dividend Cover
How many times is the dividend covered by company income. A cover of 1 means all income is paid out in dividends
2.2
CADI
The Consecutive Annual Dividend Increases - the number of years this company has been increasing its dividends
0
Market Indices
STOXX600, FTSE 350, FTSE 250, CBOE 350, CBOE 100, S&P 500
Home Page URL
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4Q and Full Year Highlights - 4Q net revenue yields in constant dollars decreased 2.1% compared to the prior year, which was better than the company's September guidance, down 3 to 4% - 4Q net cruise costs excluding fuel per available lower berth day ("ALBD") increased 6.5% in constant dollars driven by higher advertising spend, and was higher than September guidance, up 3.5 to 4.5% - 4Q non-GAAP earnings per share (diluted) of $0.04, compared to $0.14 for the prior year - Full year non-GAAP earnings per share (diluted) of $1.58, compared to $1.94 for the prior year Outlook - At this time, cumulative advance bookings for 2014 are behind the prior year at prices in line with prior year levels - Net revenue yields on a constant dollar basis for full year 2014 expected to be down slightly compared to the prior year - Net cruise costs excluding fuel per ALBD for full year 2014 expected to be slightly higher than prior year on a constant dollar basis - Full year 2014 non-GAAP earnings per share (diluted) expected to be in the range of $1.40 to $1.80, compared to $1.58 for 2013 - 1Q 2014 non-GAAP losses per share (diluted) expected to be in the range of $(0.07) to $(0.11), compared to non-GAAP earnings per share of $0.09 in 1Q 2013President and Chief Executive Officer Arnold Donald commenting on these results:"Accelerated progress in Carnival Cruise Lines' brand recovery had a positive impacton fourth quarter results. A steady stream of innovative product initiatives, the launchof a nationwide marketing campaign and travel agent outreach program, as well as anindustry-leading vacation guarantee fueled the brand's improvement.""Even in a challenging year, our company continued to produce strong cash fromoperations approaching $3 billion, funding our capital commitments and returning value toshareholders through regular dividend distributions of $775 million and share repurchasesof $100 million.""We are catching up on booking volumes and gaining momentum as we enter 2014. Webelieve the compelling value we have in the marketplace will continue to stimulate strongdemand leading to a solid wave period. We continue to expect revenue yields to turnpositive in the second half of 2014 compared to the prior year.""With over 100 ships and more than 10 million guests we have a scale advantage thatcannot be replicated in this industry. We are aggressively seeking opportunities toleverage that scale to drive top line improvement and gain cost efficiencies. To supportthat effort, we have realigned our leadership team and processes to achieve greatercollaboration and cooperation. We have heightened our focus on the guest experience andfurther exceeding guest expectations. As 2014 progresses, we will commence a number ofstrategic initiatives designed to fuel our earnings power, drive cash flow and improvereturn on invested capital over time."
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2Q Highlights - 2Q revenues were $3.5b, in line with the prior year - 2Q net revenue yields in constant dollars decreased 1.9% - Excluding fuel, constant dollar net cruise costs per available lower berth day ("ALBD") increased 8.8% primarily due to timing of dry-dock expenses, vessel repair costs and non-recurring items which benefitted the prior year - 2Q fuel consumption per ALBD decreased 5.7% compared to the prior year - 2Q Non-GAAP (diluted) earnings per share of $0.09, compared to $0.20 for the prior year - 2Q U.S. GAAP (diluted) earnings per share of $0.05 included net unrealized losses on fuel derivatives of $31m 2013 Outlook - At this time, cumulative advance bookings for the remainder of 2013 are behind the prior year at prices below the prior year levels - Net revenue yields on a constant and current dollar basis for FY 2013 are expected to be down 2 to 3% compared to the prior year, in line with May guidance - Excluding fuel, net cruise costs per ALBD for FY 2013 are expected to be higher by 3.5 to 4.5% on a constant and current dollar basis - FY 2013 non-GAAP earnings per share (diluted) expected to be in the range of $1.45 to $1.65, compared to $1.88 for 2012 - 3Q 2013 non-GAAP earnings per share (diluted) expected to be in the range of $1.25 to $1.33, compared to $1.53 in 3Q 2012 Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Micky Arison commenting on these results: "Our 90,000 global team members are dedicated to delivering an outstanding vacation experience to 10 million guests each year. The level of quality, variety and innovation available throughout our fleet has never been greater and our guests are reaping the benefits of truly exceptional vacation values. We are working to more broadly communicate that message through stepped up consumer and trade marketing efforts, as well as strengthened engagement of our travel agent partners. We believe these initiatives,combined with slower supply growth, will lead to increased yields." "In addition, we remain focused on reducing our fuel dependence. By year end, we will achieve a 23 percent cumulative reduction in fuel consumption since 2005 and expect our research and development efforts in fuel saving technologies to continue to bear fruit. We have strengthened our management teams in maritime and technical ship operations and product delivery, as well as marketing and communications. We expect the combination of these efforts will drive improved return on invested capital over time."
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4Q and Full Year Highlights * 4Q net revenue yields in constant dollars decreased 4.5% compared to the prior year, which was better than the company's September guidance, down 5 to 6% * 4Q net cruise costs, excluding fuel, per available lower berth day ("ALBD") decreased 0.9% in constant dollar, less than September guidance, down 2 to 3% * 4Q non-GAAP earnings per share (diluted) of $0.13, compared to $0.28 for the prior year * Full year non-GAAP earnings per share (diluted) of $1.88, compared to $2.42 for the prior year * Unfavorable changes in fuel prices and currency exchange rates reduced full year 2012 earnings by $300 million or $0.39 per share, compared to the prior year.2013 Outlook * Since September, booking volumes for the first three quarters, including Costa, are running in line with the strong volumes experienced last year at slightly lower prices * At this time, cumulative advance bookings for 2013 continue to be behind the prior year at slightly lower prices * Net revenue yields on a constant dollar basis for full year 2013 expected to be up 1 to 2% * Net cruise costs excluding fuel per ALBD for full year 2013 expected to be up 1 to 2% on a constant dollar basis * Full year 2013 non-GAAP earnings per share (diluted) expected to be in the range of $2.20 to $2.40, compared to $1.88 for 2012 * 1Q 2013 non-GAAP earnings per share (diluted) expected to be in the range of $0.03 to $0.07, compared to $0.02 in 1Q 2012Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Micky Arison commenting on these results:"As a result of the Costa Concordia tragedy in January, the past year has been the most challenging in our company's history. However, through the significant efforts of our brand management teams, we were able to maintain full year 2012 net revenue yields (excluding Costa)in line with the prior year. In addition, we drove down net cruise costs, excluding fuel,slightly and fuel consumption by four percent.""Cash from operations of $3.0 billion was more than sufficient to fund $1.8 billion in net capital investments and positioned the company with excess free cash flow to return to shareholders. Our regular quarterly dividend of $0.25 per share, combined with our recently announced special year-end dividend of $0.50 per share, will result in $1.2 billion of dividend distributions to our shareholders. Additionally, since the start of the fiscal year we purchased 3.5 million of the company's shares in the open market at a cost of $120 million.""We remain well positioned for a recovery in 2013 and beyond evidenced by the demonstrated resilience of our global portfolio of cruise brands, as consumers continue to capitalize on cruising's superior value versus land-based vacation alternatives. We continue to focus on a measured growth strategy through the introduction of two to three new ships per year and the development of emerging cruise markets in Asia.""Based on 2013 guidance, we estimate that cash from operations will reach $3.3 billion for the year while our capital commitments will be just $2.0 billion. As a result, we anticipate significant free cash flow in 2013, which we intend to continue to return to shareholders."
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Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Micky Arison commenting on these results: "On the whole, 2011 was an encouraging year for our global portfolio of cruise brands.Our North American brands performed well, achieving an almost four percent revenue yield increase, while our European, Australian and Asian brand yields were in line with the prior year (constant dollars) despite having been significantly impacted by the geo-political unrest in the Middle East and North Africa. Higher revenue yields partially offset a 32 percent increase in fuel prices, which reduced earnings by $535 million or$0.68 per share for the year." "Cash from operations of $3.8 billion provided more than ample funding for our $2.7 billion capital investment program and enabled the company to return excess cash to shareholders. Earlier this year, our quarterly dividend was increased from $0.10 to $0.25Β per share resulting in $670 million of dividend distributions. In addition, we purchased 14.8 million of the company's shares in the open market at a cost of $455 million." "Our base of business for 2012 is solid and we are experiencing strong booking volumes leading into wave season, our heaviest booking period which begins in early January.Β Despite the uncertain economic environment, we anticipate a continued slow recovery in yields in 2012 driven by ongoing consumer recognition that our cruises provide an exceptional value." "A wide array of exciting innovations and the continued modernization of our existing global fleet should drive even greater consumer interest and enthusiasm for our brands. An example is Carnival Cruise Lines' recently announced Fun Ship 2.0, which is a multi-yearΒ $500 million investment to transform the shipboard experience through exciting partnerships and new branded spaces. Carnival Liberty, which was recently re-introduced with several of the new features, has generated exceptional buzz and has been well received by consumers and travel agents." "We remain focused on strategic growth through the addition of two to three new ships per year and expect to continue to return excess cash to shareholders. Based on the above guidance, we estimate our cash from operations will approach $4 billion in 2012, while our capital investment commitment will be $2.6 billion. We expect to generate significant free cash flow in 2012 and beyond, which should provide further opportunities to return cash to shareholders."