Serving Maine, Massachusetts & New Hampshire
transportation For every occasion
Great Bay Limousine… The answer to Northern New England’s personal and corporate transportation needs. Established in 1999, we provide the highest quality, most reliable, and professional limousine services at competitive rates.
Established in 1999
We are a local family-owned business with headquarters in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
We serve New England and beyond. We strive to provide the best chauffeured limousine transportation for every occasion.
With over 30 vehicles including a trolley and executive coaches, Great Bay Limousine is ready for your every transportation need. We are always open, give us a call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
*Pictured Richard Tessier, owner, and his daughter, Karrine Tessier, assistant manager.
What Our Customers Are Saying
“We used Great Bay Limo for our recent wedding day! We had moved the wedding once due to COVID, but every person we spoke to along the way was awesome! All of the staff were professional and easy to work with. I received multiple updates along the way and even I emailed/called to ask questions, they were on top of it! Our driver was also super nice and outgoing day of. I recommend GBL for all your needs!!”
“Great Bay saved the day! We rented two 14-passenger vans that allowed our guests to party all night long without having to worry about driving themselves afterwards (which was HUGE peace of mind for us). The drivers were punctual, kind, and so professional- not to mention very skilled at driving down the tiny dirt roads around the lake! ”
“I had to book a last minute, emergency airport trip for my mother on a Sunday morning. They were able to make it happen with one hour’s notice and my mother had great things to say about the driver and service. Highly recommended!”
“Travel to and from Logan coordinating with airlines (especially during COVID-19) can be exasperating – that’s where service with Great Bay excels….always on time; clean cars; cordial drivers; excellent customer communications”