Brighton Marina is the UK’s largest Marina and offers easy access to the open water and a great starting point for exploring the South Coast or a trip to France. Exploring the Sussex Coast line 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.
Premier’s Brighton Marina offers a fully serviced boatyard and an extensive mix of qualified marine services. These services make Brighton Marina a great place to carry out all your routine boat maintenance, repairs and servicing requirements.
Along with the current, high-quality modern developments within the Marina, Brighton is one of the UK’s most desirable waterside locations, a boating enthusiast’s dream which makes her an unrivalled location to berth your boat & to go boating from. The marina has many bars and, restaurants on offer, multiplex cinema, bowling alley, casino and health and fitness club. Like to shop, you’ll find entertainment from chic shops and family fun amusements, hair and beauty salons, to fashion, footwear and jewellery outlets.
Brighton Marina also offers a modern and friendly yacht club that is available to berth holders and visitors. A variety of water sports including water-skiing, Jet Ski hire, diving and charter boat fishing are just some of the many additional facilities available to you within the marina.
Brighton city is just minutes away by bus, taxi or enjoy a trip on the Volk’s electric railway, the oldest operating electric railway in the world since 1883. For a small city, Brighton will amaze you with her many special cultural and culinary enticements. Take a walk along her scenic waterfront, pebble beach and take in all the seaside activities. Brighton’s historic pier still preserves much of her original vintage character and wrought-iron details and remains a go to attraction for many of Brighton’s visitors since 1899.
In the city, you can explore the historic Laines with their antique and jewellery shops, explore the Royal Pavilion and admire the architecture both inside and out of this fascinating and eye-catching building.
Enjoy year round festivals and theatre attractions. Brighton is famed for hosting many world arts that have grown stronger over the years, with the likes of Brighton Festival, Brighton Fringe and the Great Escape Festival to name a few.
Brighton will tempt you with her many varieties of food and drinking venues. It has been said, between Brighton and Hove there are around 365 pubs, enough to drink and eat in at a different one every day of the year!
So why not take in a little bit of Brighton in yourself; were sure once you’ve joined us you won’t want to go anywhere else.