Swan Hellenic, the destination focused UK based boutique cruise line, has been acquired by adventure travel specialist G Adventures, which has its headquarters in Toronto in Canada, following the collapse of the line's former parent company -- All Leisure Group (ALG) -- last month, Cruise Critic reports on its website.
“G Adventures has revealed it will restart Swan Hellenic cruises in 2018, with new itineraries set to be announced this summer. The company has advised passengers who were booked on 2017 itineraries to contact the administrator for All Leisure, Grant Thornton LLP,” the report said.
Hebridean Island Cruises, the Scotland focused unit of ALG, was sold to private interests before the collapse of the parent company. Voyages of Discovery, the third boutique cruise brand of ALG, remains unsold. It used to operate the 1990 built Discovery of some 16,000 gross tons.