Brighton Marina Watersports Centre

Brighton Marina

Lagoon Watersports at Brighton Marina

Brighton Marina is the perfect gateway to the water. Located just to the east of Brighton city centre, the marina is within easy access by foot, bike, road and public transport. From Brighton Marina Lagoon Watersports offers activities that are suitable for individuals, groups and families and provide a unique way to view Brighton and Hove from the sea. Whether visiting the city or as a resident of Brighton you will have an unforgettable experience. From Brighton Marina the sailing centre offers tuition, hire and events.

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Est 1994

Proud & happy to have been run by the same management since 1994

Lagoon Watersports @ Brighton Marina
Pontoon 6
Western Concourse
Brighton Marina
BN2 5UP
UK

We have two centres in Brighton. This activity take place from Lagoon Watersports in Brighton Marina DO NOT go to Lagoon Watersports, Hove Lagoon. If you are taking a taxi please make this clear to the driver.

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.

By Bus

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.

By Bike

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.

On foot

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.

By train

 The nearest main line station is Brighton with regular connections to Chichester, Portsmouth and London is under an hour away. nationalrail.co.uk

By Air

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.

Lagoon Watersports At Brighton Marina

  • Brighton Marina is the perfect gateway to the ocean
  • Under the same management since 1994
  • Less than 3 miles from Brighton Pier right on the sea front at Brighton Marina
  • Suitable for beginners to advanced levels
  • Run by highly experienced, qualified and friendly RYA instructors
  • All specialised equipment is provided, including lifejackets
  • Great Marina facilities with changing rooms and hot showers as well as restaurants, bars, shops, cinema and even a casino!
  • Wide range of sailing and powered craft for ride and training

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Brighton Marina is an artificial marina situated in Brighton 2.6km east of Brighton Pier. It features a working harbour and residential housing alongside a variety of leisure, retail and commercial activities and of course US - Lagoon Watersports! Brighton Marina has now become the largest Marina complex in the UK.

The construction of the marina itself took place between 1971 and 1979. In 1978 the marina was opened to boats and HM the Queen opened the Marina. Developments within the marina have continued ever since. It is now leased by Premier Marinas.

The marina has a variety of shops, restaurants, bars, cinema, bowling alley, casino, sport complex, fun play leisure zone, weekly market and ASDA supermarket. It also is home to luxury apartments, a hotel and berthing pontoons for boats of all sizes.

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.

By Bus
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.

By Bike
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.

On Foot
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.

By Train
The nearest main line station is Brighton with regular connections to Chichester, Portsmouth and London is under an hour away. nationalrail.co.uk

The superbly situated Malmaison Brighton hotel very close to Lagoon Watersports, boasts lovely bedrooms with a brasserie and sea-views. If you would like a cheaper alternative there are apartments to rent in the marina or B&Bs near to Brighton Marina in Kemptown. Airbnb or bookings.com are good sites to find apartments and B&Bs.

The marina is full of restaurants so you are spoilt for choice, plus it has a large supermarket. For a comprehensive guide of restaurants in the Marina go to: www.brightonmarina.co.uk/brighton-marina-attractions/eat-and-drink

Lagoon Watersports originated at Hove Lagoon and specialized in windsurfing. As the Lagoon became more successful owners Harvey and Sebastian realised that we needed a centre with direct access to the sea for sailing and powerboating. Sebastian set up Lagoon Watersports in Brighton Marina in 2000

Lagoon Watersports in Brighton Marina offer: Keelboat sailing, yacht sailing, powerboating and jet skis. We offer RYA tuition as well as trips and rides for corporates, groups and Hen & Stag parties.

Head towards the waterfront where you will see all the cafes and restaurants. Walk to the end of the boarded walk way where there will be a large bridge heading down towards the pontoons. We are the first set of pontoons on the right. Pontoon

We offer, yacht trips and charters, sailing regatta races, powerboat and jetski rides.

Brighton Marina is set against a backdrop of white cliffs on the East Sussex coastline, just half a mile east of Brighton. Brighton Marina is the largest marina in the UK and has plenty to do for all ages, within its picturesque waterfront surroundings. The superb facilities include an array of shops, restaurants, bars, hotel, a multi complex cinema, bowling alley and even a casino for some après sail and team bonding! Combine an unbeatable location with exciting activities on the water, run by a professional team and you really will experience an incredible day out!

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