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Old 09-05-2022, 14:20   #1
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Hartge Yacht Harbor and Yard news

May 9, 2022
WE ARE GOING HOME!
I am pleased to announce that we are moving the business back to our original location at Hartge Yacht “Harbor”. As of September, Hartge Yacht “Yard” will again operate from where we left thirteen years ago. This is where its founder, Emile Alexander Hartge, built a home and boatyard business. This is where I started working full-time in 1974 and operated the yard for over three decades.
In June 2021, Hamilton Chaney of Herrington Harbour Marinas purchased Hartge Yacht Harbor. Their intention is to bring the marina and grounds to the same high quality that Herrington Harbour is known for. With the combination of the marina and our service excellence and reputation, Hartge’s will provide an exceptional full-service marina experience on the Chesapeake Bay.
Hartge Yacht Yard will operate out of the renovated Big Shop, Stock Room, and the 3-bay Paint Shop. The plan is to combine our current employees with the Harbor service personnel for a combined workforce of about 40 employees. We will have a larger travelift (50 tons) in addition to our 25-ton and 30-ton lifts, two hydraulic trailers, an all-terrain crane and gin pole, and our extensive inventory of shop equipment. The Harbor has twice the dry storage space and more elbow room than we have now.
Improvements to the building and grounds at Hartge Yacht Harbor have been underway. Overall, the facility and services will be a significant improvement to serve you better. We will keep you informed of our progress over the summer months and look forward to serving you at Hartge's.
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Re: Hartge Yacht Harbor and Yard news

Is the following correct?
Hartge Yacht Harbor
4701 WOODFIELD ROAD
GALESVILLE, Maryland, 20765
Located on the shoreline of Tenthouse Creek, off the West River, 4 Miles from the Chesapeake Bay.
https://hartgeyachtharbor.com/
https://marinas.com/view/marina/63c5..._United_States
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Old 10-05-2022, 04:34   #3
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Is the following correct?
Hartge Yacht Harbor
4701 WOODFIELD ROAD
GALESVILLE, Maryland, 20765
Located on the shoreline of Tenthouse Creek, off the West River, 4 Miles from the Chesapeake Bay.

No, that's the Yacht Yard. Yacht Harbor is on Church Lane (see address in your first link.)

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May 9, 2022
WE ARE GOING HOME!
I am pleased to announce that we are moving the business back to our original location at Hartge Yacht “Harbor”. As of September, Hartge Yacht “Yard” will again operate from where we left thirteen years ago. This is where its founder, Emile Alexander Hartge, built a home and boatyard business. This is where I started working full-time in 1974 and operated the yard for over three decades.
In June 2021, Hamilton Chaney of Herrington Harbour Marinas purchased Hartge Yacht Harbor. Their intention is to bring the marina and grounds to the same high quality that Herrington Harbour is known for. With the combination of the marina and our service excellence and reputation, Hartge’s will provide an exceptional full-service marina experience on the Chesapeake Bay.
Hartge Yacht Yard will operate out of the renovated Big Shop, Stock Room, and the 3-bay Paint Shop. The plan is to combine our current employees with the Harbor service personnel for a combined workforce of about 40 employees. We will have a larger travelift (50 tons) in addition to our 25-ton and 30-ton lifts, two hydraulic trailers, an all-terrain crane and gin pole, and our extensive inventory of shop equipment. The Harbor has twice the dry storage space and more elbow room than we have now.
Improvements to the building and grounds at Hartge Yacht Harbor have been underway. Overall, the facility and services will be a significant improvement to serve you better. We will keep you informed of our progress over the summer months and look forward to serving you at Hartge's.

Interesting; useful update. What happens to the current Yard property?

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May 9, 2022
WE ARE GOING HOME!
I am pleased to announce that we are moving the business back to our original location at Hartge Yacht “Harbor”. As of September, Hartge Yacht “Yard” will again operate from where we left thirteen years ago. This is where its founder, Emile Alexander Hartge, built a home and boatyard business. This is where I started working full-time in 1974 and operated the yard for over three decades.
In June 2021, Hamilton Chaney of Herrington Harbour Marinas purchased Hartge Yacht Harbor. Their intention is to bring the marina and grounds to the same high quality that Herrington Harbour is known for. With the combination of the marina and our service excellence and reputation, Hartge’s will provide an exceptional full-service marina experience on the Chesapeake Bay.
Hartge Yacht Yard will operate out of the renovated Big Shop, Stock Room, and the 3-bay Paint Shop. The plan is to combine our current employees with the Harbor service personnel for a combined workforce of about 40 employees. We will have a larger travelift (50 tons) in addition to our 25-ton and 30-ton lifts, two hydraulic trailers, an all-terrain crane and gin pole, and our extensive inventory of shop equipment. The Harbor has twice the dry storage space and more elbow room than we have now.
Improvements to the building and grounds at Hartge Yacht Harbor have been underway. Overall, the facility and services will be a significant improvement to serve you better. We will keep you informed of our progress over the summer months and look forward to serving you at Hartge's.
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