Grand Circle Cruise Line
The company consists of many family travel companies coming together as a global initiative. Grand Circle Cruise Line company aims to change the lives of people and make a high impact on people's lives; it aimed to build philanthropy, social entrepreneurship, and volunteering. The original, original form of the company was founded in 1958 by retired school principal Ethel Andrus. The American Association of Retired Persons Grand Circle community, established to form a with the company's members, has grown over time to become the Grand Circle Corporation. This organization bought Overseas Adventure Travel commercially in 1993. The company was founded 15 years ago through another professional educator, Judi Wineland, from the Grand Circle company. Grand Circle Cruise Line Ships
The company appeals to small passenger groups with its small ships. Small groups are delivered to the ports by ships with capacities starting from 16 people to 210 people. While the company is the owner of some of the ships used on these trips, it also rents some of them. 8 or 16-person travel groups and 20 or 25-person groups bring social fusion among people on fun trips. The company's headquarters has been in New York for many years. Later, Alan Lewis moved the company's headquarters to Boston. This happened in 1985. The Grand Circle Cruise Line company has always been able to mention its name with tours organized in small groups in different directions.