Revised forecasts from two of the world’s largest cruiseship owners are Brexit-related but there has not been any major impact on the demand side yet.

Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCCL) and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCL) guided for smaller earnings, with Brexit one of the reasons.

RCCL said its full year earnings per share (EPS) ambitions have been downed by $0.20, with $0.14 of this decrease related to the weakness of the British pound.

NCL abandoned its $5.00 EPS target for 2017 and Brexit was among the factors that are expected to negatively affect the company.