Water is available on all of the pontoons at Brighton Marina, this is available free of charge.
Brighton Marina is now home to six VersaDocks. Three were installed in the summer of 2019 and due to demand a further three were installed in October 2020.The VersaDocks are located next to the main jetty between pontoons 18 and 19. They are available for boats up to 6.5m.
There are two facilities blocks on Brighton Marina, one located on the West Jetty and another on the East Jetty. Entry is gained through access control key fobs.
In January 2020, the West Jetty facilities were refurbished to the same standard as those on the East Jetty. The facelift included new chrome fittings, new shower heads, new heating, new LED lighting and new flooring.
The launderettes are located at the end of the facilities blocks on the jetties. Here you will find laundrette facilities which are payable by card only (contactless payment).
Brighton Marina’s has a pump out facility available on the East Jetty, please contact reception for prices and to purchase tokens for use.
Recycling and Waste disposal
In April 2020, Premier signed a new contract with Veolia to improve waste management and recycling across all Premier sites. There are dedicated bins for general waste and recycling in situ across Brighton marina. Facilities for the disposal of WEEE (waste electrical and electronic equipment), batteries, used oil containers, oil filters and rags and used paint cans are situated in the boat yard, these waste disposal facilities are included in berthing fees. ICW (international catering waste) must be declared to marina reception where a secure disposal container is located. Charges for the disposal of waste types not listed are available upon request at marina reception.
Any reports of inadequacies or complaints regarding waste reception facilities should in the first instance be reported to the duty manager, this can either be done in person at the marina reception, over the phone on 01273 819919, or in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can read more about Premier Marinas’ steps to creating a more sustainable waterside here