Steady as She Goes, Steiner: Fool by Numbers

On July 28, Steiner Leisure (Nasdaq: STNR  ) released earnings for its 2005 second quarter, which ended June 30.

  • EPS of $0.53 only met Street estimates. That's a big switch from Steiner's blowout fourth quarter.
  • Total average ships served increased to 115, up from 109 during the same period a year ago. The company's princess diary probably helped, as diddeals with Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises.

(Figures in thousands, except per-share data)

Income Statement Highlights(What's this?)

Avg. Est.

Q2 2005

Q2 2004

% Change

Sales

$92,930

$97,772

$83,028

+17.8%

Net Profit

- -

$9,561

$8,429

+13.4%

EPS

$0.53

$0.53

$0.49

+8.2%

Margin Checkup(What's this?)

Q2 2005

Q2 2004

Change

Gross Margin

21.55%

22.72%

-1.17%

Op. Margin

10.61%

11.59%

-0.98%

Net Margin

9.78%

10.15%

-0.37%

Balance Sheet Highlights(What's this?)

No balance sheet data provided. (Boo!)

Cash Flow Highlights(What's this?)

No cash flow statement provided. (Hiss!)

Related Companies:

  • Carnival (NYSE: CCL  )
  • Disney (NYSE: DIS  )
  • Hilton (NYSE: HLT  )
  • Marriott (NYSE: MAR  )
  • Royal Caribbean Cruises (NYSE: RCL  )

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Fool contributorTim Beyersdidn't own stock in any of the companies mentioned in this story at the time of publication. You can find out what's in his portfolio by checking Tim's Fool profile, which ishere. The Motley Fool has an ironcladdisclosure policy.


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