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We do not have our own car park. There is parking within 150m of Hove Lagoon on Wharf Road opposite Hove Lagoon or there is metered parking on the southside of the A259 Kingsway.
There is free parking in the residential area to the north of the A259 Kingsway. There are some resident restrictions on roads to the east of Saxon Road. These do not apply to roads west of Saxon Road.
We have a cycle parking area, don’t forget your lock
Brighton and Hove Bus company : Route 1, 1A, 6
This service travels along Church Road which is about 3 mins walk to the north of the seafront. Get off at the Wish Road or Brittany Court stops. This service runs from Brighton Station. If you arrive at Hove Station you need to walk directly south to Church Road where you can meet this service.
Coastliner 700 service. Stage Coach
National Rail enquiries: 08457 484950 www.nationalrail.co.uk
We recommend travelling to Portslade station (1 mile from us ) or Hove station (2 miles from us) Brighton station is 3 miles from us.
National Express run many routes to Brighton. Brighton coach station in near the pier which is about 3 miles from us.
May to end August 0800-2000
Rest of year 0900-1700
Wednesday – Friday (12:00-18:00)
May – to end of August :
Monday to Friday (10:00-21:00 or 1 hour before dark)
Monday to Friday (12:00-20:00 or 1 hour before dark)
Wednesday to Sunday (12:00-18:00 or 1 hour before dark)
Saturdays (10:00-approximately 1 hour before dark)
December to March – please call to check if open and times
Last hire is approximately one hour – 90 minutes before close
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To Brighton Marina by car
Approaching the marina from the A27 take the B2123. Turn right at first set of traffic lights, signposted Brighton Town Centre, Racecourse and Marina Village. Turn left at second set of traffic lights, pass the Racecourse and follow the signs for the Marina Village where there is free parking for 1500 cars in the multi-storey car park. From the car park you can either go across a linking bridge on level 6 or from the ground floor of the car park towards all the waterfront cafes and bars. Walk to the end of the boarded walk way where there will be a large ramp heading down towards the pontoons. We are the first set of pontoons on the right. Pontoon 6.
Brighton Marina has a bike share station which is either pay per minute or a yearly membership, go to https://www.btnbikeshare.com for more information. For your own bike, racks are available on the main concourses of the pontoons. You must use the racks and not leave bikes on the pontoons otherwise Premier Marina will take them away.
Brighton and Hove bus service operates a number 7 bus approximately every 15 minutes 24 hours a day, from Brighton Town Centre (North Street or Queens Road), to the Marina Village.
Brighton Marina is a pleasant walk along the seafront from the centre of Brighton, it is 20 minutes walk from the main West Pier. During the summer you will also find the Volks electric railway operates along the front.
The nearest main line station is Brighton with regular connections to Chichester, Portsmouth and London is under an hour away. nationalrail.co.uk
Brighton is within easy reach of Heathrow and Gatwick international airports. Follow the A23 from Gatwick to Brighton. Shoreham airport is also available for private light aircraft.
9am – 5pm
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