New Owners for Glacier Bay

Seattle-based adventure cruise company sees changes

Bob Brennan, the former president of Sunmakers Travel Group, is the new president and one of three new owners of Glacier Bay Cruiseline, a Seattle-based adventure company.

Brennan, along with Doug Toms and Don Simplot, bought the three-ship line from Juneau-based Goldbelt, an Alaska native corporation.

Brennan also has served as president of Signature Travel, a small chain of travel agencies; senior vice president of marketing, sales and administration for Holland America Line-Westours; and president of Princess Tours.

Glacier Bay operates three vessels carrying from 31 to 87passengers. Each has its own fleet of kayaks.

The company has already announced a new itinerary on Oregon’s Columbia, Snake and Willamette rivers. The weekly cruises will depart in April and May and again in September and October with prices starting at $1,200.