Star Cruises $600 million loan seen priced at 1% over Libor

Star Cruises has refinanced a $600 million loan, taken out to complete the NCL takeover, and is on track to raise $600 million via a Hong Kong listing in September.

Star Cruises' $600 million five-year loan facility is expected to be priced at the tight end of 1% over Libor, having been oversubscribed 50% at the underwriting stage, according to a banking source. The deal is being coordinated by Barclays Capital Asia and HSBC, and seven other banks have been appointed lead arrangers.

The funds raised will be used to refinance a $600 million bridging loan taken out to finance Star Cruises' $1.9 billion acquisition of...

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