Harwich Harbormaster

Harbormaster

John C. Rendon, AHM
Harwich Harbormaster

Deputy Harbormaster William Neiser
Assistant Harbormasters Heinz M. Proft
Waterways Specialist Michelle Morris
Dockhand Tom Telesmanick
Primary Patrol Vessel  Marine 77
VHF Hailing Channel 16 or 68
VHF Working Channel 66 & 68
Phone 508-430-7532
Emergency Phone 911
Fax 508-430-7535
508-432-5309 (c/o Town Hall)
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Location Harbormaster Dept.
715 Main St. Route 28
Harwich Port, MA  02646
Mailing Address Harbormaster Dept.
Post Office Box 207
715 Main St. Route 28
Harwich Port, MA  02646


Harwich Boat Ramps

Allen Harbor Paved ramp - All tides - 335 Lower County Road Harwichport
Herring River  Paved ramp - All Tides 
Round Cove, Pleasant Bay  Paved ramp - All Tides - Route 28 E. Harwich.
Saquatucket Harbor Paved ramp - All Tides - Route 28, Harwichport

Harwich Community Information

Maps

Weather

 


Wychmere Harbor as seen from the overlook on Main Street. Harwich Port Boat Works is on the east side of the channel and the Wychmere Harbor Club is on the right. 
Wychmere Harbor in Harwich Port is one of the jewels of Cape Cod.

About Harwich

Click on to see town sealThe Town of Harwich is a resort and residential community located on the south side of the Cape peninsula, with an extensive shoreline on Nantucket Sound. It was settled around 1665, and incorporated in 1694. Its early economy included agriculture and maritime industries and its history has included boom and bust cycles from the earliest days of the community. When the whaling industry collapsed with the discovery of oil, the community's emphasis shifted to cod fishing.

Read more: About Harwich


Cape Cod Fisherman's Alliance


Mass Environmental Police


U.S. Coast Guard
Cape Cod Office Contact Info


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 
New England District
696 Virginia Road
Concord, MA 01742
978-318-8238
cenae-pa@usace.army.mil