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About Us

Aerial View of MarinaLooking for a safe, secure marina to store your boat? Hartge Yacht Harbor is proud to provide excellent dockage, storage, and repair services to all boating enthusiasts. Boats of all shapes and sizes are welcome at our marina, so stop by today to tour our facility and find out why so many experienced boaters choose us.

Scenic & Safe Boat Lodging

Our marina in Galesville, MD, is located in a "Sweet Spot" on the scenic West River, 4 miles from the Chesapeake Bay and 20 minutes south of Annapolis in a quiet and picturesque area. Visit us to meet our staff and explore our harbor – with more than 270 protected slips and 60 moorings. Our location is in a safe harbor for boats up to 70 feet long and we are well-equipped to care for your vessel.

Take Advantage of Marina Services

When your yacht needs a professional touch, skip the hassle of hunting down the perfect contractor. Instead, turn to our capable team for all kinds of yacht services. From carpentry and electrical work to plumbing and maintenance, we’re more than capable of caring for your vessel and making it the pride of the fleet. Let us show you what our marina can do for your most prized possession.

Our Crew

Jed Dickman 
General Manager

Since serving in the Coast Guard, Jed has managed Herrington Harbour South and Shipwright Harbor marinas. He is excited about working with this staff and contributing to the success of HYH so that slipholders and service customers have a wonderful boating experience. "HYH is a unique marina, steeped in history and unlike any other marina in our area." His favorite element of working at marinas are the slipholders. "Marina's are unique because they are a relationship-oriented business. We get the opportunity to really know slipholders year after year." When not at work, Jed enjoys boating with his family and coaching his daughter's soccer teams.

Leanne Mead
Office Manager

Born and raised in Maryland, Leanne has been working at HYH since 2017. She manages the office, rents slips, pays the bills, and is the main point of contact for slipholders. Described by her co-workers as the "Team Mom," Leanne is a stabilizing force for the staff. Leanne has been boating on the bay since the mid-1990s and has made several trips into the turquoise waters of the Bahamas. Asked what she likes most about working at HYH, Leanne says, "The history, the small-town feel, and the simplicity. I like to hear about the exciting experiences and adventures our slipholders pursue." Leanne enjoys her family in her spare time, spending time on the water and anything that keeps her active.

Brad Wells
Harbormaster

Water has been a major part of my life, as I am sure it's been an important part of yours as well. I grew up in Kentucky and spent nearly every day as a child fossil hunting, fishing, catching snakes, bugs, and other critters to study, but my favorite memories are of boating. Spending time with my family while arguing over who is better at catching fish and listening to stories from my grandparents were always the highlight of my weekends. Throughout my life, I have been involved in many industries including retail and sales management, steel mills, kitchen jobs, and even insurance sales but the marina industry has had the biggest impact on me personally. Working with the Chaney family and seeing their dedication to preserving the Chesapeake Bay, its unique culture, and the people connected to the Bay has made lasting impacts on every aspect of my life.

   I have spent the last 10 years of my life working with Herrington Harbour North where I started as a yacht center yard hand. During my time at Herrington Harbour North, I have worked in every area of the business. Travelift operator, tow boat captain, event coordinator, project development & management, IT Support, social media content creation, marketing & branding, and even interior design. The most rewarding part of my job has been creating exciting new amenities and ways for people to have fun during their time at the marina.