Norway's Hurtigruten sails through €660m loan

Hurtigruten, the Norwegian cruise operator owned by TDR Capital, has agreed on final pricing on a €660m leveraged loan facility, raising enough debt to repay all its high yield bonds.

  • By Michael Turner
  • 08 Feb 2018

Hurtigruten, rated B2/B-/B-, has raised a €575m seven year covenant-lite term loan ‘B’ at par. It pays 400bp over Euribor with a 0% Euribor floor.

The borrower simultaneously raised a €85m

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