How to get to Brighton Marina
Brighton Marina is set against a backdrop of white cliffs on the East Sussex coastline, just half a mile east of the historic city of Brighton.
The marina’s reception is open 24 hours a day. Administration staff are in attendance between 9:00am and 5.30pm. Out of hours, our Berthing Masters are available to help.
Navigating to Brighton
Brighton Marina is easy to find by sea. The entrance lies between the marina’s east and west breakwater arms and is buoyed by red and green markers. At night, the breakwater lights are visible up to six miles away. Read our full guide on approaching the marina by sea.
Directions by road
Approaching Brighton Marina from the A27, take the B2123. Turn right at the first set of traffic lights, signposted Brighton City Centre, Racecourse and Marina Village. Turn left at the second set of traffic lights, pass the Racecourse and follow signs for the Marina Village.
Rail, air and bus connections
The number 7 bus service offers 24 hour connections from the marina to Brighton City Centre every 15 minutes, from there London is under an hour from Brighton by rail. Gatwick Airport is just 32 miles away, while Brighton City Airport is available for private light aircraft.
Brighton Marina is easy to find, just half a mile east of the historic city of Brighton. Around 60 miles from London and 30 miles from Gatwick Airport, it enjoys excellent transport links.
Brighton Marina features
Brighton Marina has all the services you’d expect from a premium marina.