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About Brighton Marina

Brighton Marina is just bursting with things to do and, with a multiplex cinema, bowling alley, casino and health and fitness club, there’s never a dull moment. If you like to shop, you’ll enjoy exploring the waterfront; here you’ll find everything from hair and beauty salons, to fashion, footwear, jewellery and books.

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Love to eat out? At Brighton Marina you’ll be spoilt for choice because there’s a fantastic array of cafés, wine bars and restaurants to tempt you from around the world: New York to New Delhi, Paris to Rome and Shanghai to Seattle. But if your taste in food lies closer to home, there’s traditional pub grub or gourmet fish and chips to enjoy on the quayside in East Sussex.

Brighton Marina also boasts a modern and friendly yacht club that opens its doors to visitors and berth holders alike, alongside a variety of watersports to try including waterskiing, diving and charter boat fishing.  Visitors from Europe complete the marina’s vibrant and engaging café culture but, if you have the time, it is worth venturing further afield because Brighton city is just minutes away by bus, taxi or electric railway (March-October). In the city you’ll find amazing Regency Architecture, Brighton’s historic Lanes with bijou antique and jewellery shops, Churchill Square with its ‘shop ‘til you drop’ high street brands, The Theatre Royal, Brighton Pavilion and a superb bathing beach and Victorian pier.

If you prefer to explore by sea, you’ll find that the Sussex coast offers easy cruising along the South Coast; eastward to Sovereign Harbour Marina and the East Coast ports, or west to Chichester Marina and the Solent. Brighton Marina also makes a great start point for crossing the English Channel to France, Holland and Belgium.

Back on Brighton Marina, shopping options continue throughout the night with a large Asda supermarket that opens 24-hours Monday to Friday, 0800 to 2200 on Saturday and 1100 to 1700 on Sunday with three cash points.
Choosing a berth at Brighton is easy too; Brighton Marina is large enough to offer a variety of options, so whether you feel more at home close to the onshore action or would prefer a quiet haven away from the bustle, there’s sure to be a berth to suit you.

Alongside berthing, Premier’s Brighton Marina offers a fully serviced quality boatyard and a comprehensive mix of tenant marine services. Together these services make the marina a great place to carry out major or routine boat repairs at the South Coast marina.