Grand Circle Cruise Line

Info
  • Fleet 5
  • Oldest ships 1990
  • Newest ships 2007
  • Flag France, Malta
  • Language English
  • CurrencyUSD
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Description

One of the smallest cruise lines in the industry, GCCL-Grand Circle Cruise Line, was founded in 1958 as a travel company serving the American Association of Retired People (AARP). Since then, Grand Circle has expanded as an independent cruise line offering meaningful experiences for the "over 50" crowd. Today GCCL offers a full range of cruises and land tour programs. The company's core business is discounted extended stay programs in Europe, mostly during the winter in southern Spain. Grand Circle also offers escorted tours around the world, with a strong emphasis on enrichment.
Grand Circle Cruise Line offers sea and river cruises on small ships generally frequented by guests over 50 years old. The company is not suitable for families and does not accept children on board. The public is mostly American and the crews are always available to welcome other nationalities. The itineraries are developed on routes not frequented by large ships, allowing exploration trips and unusual discoveries. The cultural imprint is also given by on-board conferences and excursions with expert guides.

Cruise ships

Arethusa

79.36

Artemis

82.77

Clio

0.00

Corinthian

0.00

Athena

0.00