Marina Locations across the South Coast
Being a Premier customer is about making the most of your boating. With eight of the best UK marinas situated across the South Coast of England, an area that offers some of the finest sailing conditions in Europe, we can help you to do that.
We know that location is important when it comes to choosing a marina berth which is why we are pleased to offer a fantastic choice of marinas, from the South East to The Solent and South West to Cornwall. Each of Premier's eight marinas has a unique character so whether you're looking for a scenic haven or lively entertainment there's a marina for you.
SOVEREIGN HARBOUR MARINA, EASTBOURNE
A world away from the hustle and bustle of modern urban living and a laid-back haven from which to escape life's pressures, Sovereign Harbour is Eastbourne's best kept secret. Perfect for yachting and motorboat cruising alike, this family friendly, award-winning marina offers first-class facilities and a delightful choice of waterfront cafes, restaurants and shops.
Sovereign Harbour is Eastbourne's best kept secret
BRIGHTON MARINA, EAST SUSSEX
A vibrant, cosmopolitan cocktail of boating enthusiasts, bars, restaurants, entertainment and chic shops best sums up this marina. Perfect for yachts and motorboats alike, family friendly and fun, Brighton is the UK's largest marina and offers 24-hour access to open water and a great start point for exploring the south coast or a trip to France.
Brighton is the UK's largest marina
A first-class marina set in the beauty of a natural harbour and picturesque countryside makes Chichester a wonderful destination marina and a worthy recipient of the Yacht Harbour Association's five gold anchors award. Explore the myriad of quiet anchorages, discover the wildlife along the salterns way, or follow the canal path to the historic city of Chichester for theatre, shops and restaurants.
Chichester is a wonderful destination marina
PORT SOLENT MARINA, PORTSMOUTH
With 24-hour easy access to the Solent, new luxury berth holder facilities and plenty to do, Port Solent is a worthy recipient of the Yacht Harbour Association's five gold anchors award and arguably, the best marina on the south coast. Add a kaleidoscope of restaurants, a multiplex cinema and a health club plus a new children's playground and this marina has it all.
Arguably, the best marina on the south coast
Nestling on the Eastney peninsula, in the quieter reaches of Langstone Harbour, Southsea marina is perfectly located for exploring the delights of the Solent - but without the usual jostle associated with Portsmouth waters. A friendly working marina, ideal for sailing and motor cruisers alike, Southsea offers outstanding value. First-class facilities and a personal service that includes a 24-hour manned reception complete the picture.
A friendly working marina, ideal for sailing
GOSPORT MARINA, PORTSMOUTH
Just 500m from Portsmouth Harbour, Gosport marina offers immediate access to the Solent and with it the opportunity to experience all the delights of boating on the south coast. A worthy recipient of the Yacht Harbour Association's five gold anchors award this marina has first-class facilities and a dry stack option. Add a new café bistro for 2011 and you have the perfect berth.
Gosport Marina has first-class facilities
SWANWICK MARINA, HAMBLE
Set in the quiet picturesque upper reaches of the Hamble, Swanwick marina offers easy 24-hour access to the cruising and racing grounds of the Solent. Nearby, the delightful waterside villages of Bursledon, Hamble and Warsash provide great walks and a good selection of restaurants and pubs. Excellent access by road, quality facilities and a fully serviced boatyard complete the picture.
Swanwick marina offers 24-hour Solent access
Falmouth Harbour is one of the largest natural deep-water harbours in the world and just outside Falmouth, in the sheltered waters of the Fal estuary, sits Falmouth marina. Set in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty the estuary offers up twelve miles of glorious boating water that stretches as far as the cathedral city of Truro with numerous cheeks, wooded shorelines, quays and churches to explore along the way.
Falmouth Marina is set in the Fal estuary