You nailed it. After the Costa disaster, which by the way. COST LIVES, CCL bottomed under 30, then gradually climbed 30% over the next year. I think 35 is a good price point to consider. Remember, all cruise lines carry insurance for this type of event. Yes, even insurance in the event of death, like Costa. The cost of which is already priced into the balance sheet. It's just the cost of doing business in the cruise industry, but always triggers a negative reaction in the markets. I would give this a week's worth of trading days and see how scenario plays out.