Cruise Line Experience

Throughout our long history in Maine, Chase, Leavitt & Co. has successfully represented over one hundred thousand merchant vessels – a majority of which includes representing port calls for numerous Cruise Lines.

In the early 1960s, our company spearheaded the State of Maine’s effort in promoting cruise vessel port calls to the Port of Bar Harbor, Maine and, today we represent a majority of all cruise vessels making calls to the Ports of Maine – attesting to the professionalism of our Agency. We have been the forerunners on encouraging Maine coastal communities to solicit Cruise Lines to call at our local ports.

Our staff continues to fully participate in various private and public forums that work to regulate cruise vessel traffic and operations – ensuring that the voice of the Cruise Line Industry is represented! This has included closely working with the Department of Homeland Security, Custom Border Protection (CBP) to facilitate new policies addressing immigration and customs issues. Chase, Leavitt & Co. has also enjoyed a close relationship with both CruiseMaine and the Cruise Line International Association (CLIA) and local port authorities when dealing with new and arising issues affecting the Cruise Line Industry in the Ports of Maine. Additionally, we continue to dutifully attend local Town Council and Committee meetings of concern to our Cruise Industry clients.

Chase, Leavitt & Co. is quite familiar with both organizations and are again ready to ‘hit the deck running’ for all your port calls needs. Throughout the years, we have established an excellent rapport with both vessel Captains and Purser Office representatives and would welcome your confirming our exceptional service with them.

To the right you will find a sampling of both past and present Cruise Industry clients we have proudly represented as both a Principal and Sub-Agent.