Ed began working at Baywood Marina in 1965 when his father, Ed Harrison Sr., purchased the marina. He worked part-time until graduation from Drexel University in 1970. Positions held started with gas dock attendant, bottom painter, boat hauler, travelift operator, boat mechanic, parts manager, service manager, boat sales, store manager to general manager. Ed is currently serving as the President of Baywood Marina in his retirement. We are glad his father bought the place!
Skip started his career here in 1982 while in high school. Formal education was at Seton Hall Universitywhere he graduated in 1990. Skip has held several positions at Baywood Marina, somewhat similar to what his father did. He was a bottom painter and gas attendant while in high school then went on to become parts manager, store manager, service manager, and currently general manager. Skip's attention to detail is a perfect fit for his current position and we are glad to have him on our crew.
Bill started his career at Ocean Beach Marina in 1975 as a service technician. He later earned the position of service manager then decided to reduce his stress level and took over the parts department. Bill came to Baywood Marina in 2003 after an ownership change at Ocean Beach Marina. Bill's personality, desire to help and knowledge are a big plus in his position. We could not be happier with his decision to change employers.