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.

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

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