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How to find us

How to find us


Our address is: Brighton Marina Yacht Club, Western Concourse, Brighton Marina, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 5UP.

Telephone: 01273 818711

By Car

Find us using your Car Sat Nav Post Code is BN2 5UP From the A23/A27 Brighton intersection follow A27 east, take the B2123 Falmer/Sussex University exit. At roundabout at top of exit ramp turn right and follow the B2123 into Woodingdean. Turn right at first set of traffic lights into Warren Rd, signposted Brighton Town Centre, Racecourse and Marina Village. Turn left at the traffic lights at the Race Course into Wilson Ave, cross the Racecourse and continue downhill, straight across the traffic lights at the bottom of the hill following signs for the Marina Village.


Parking in Brighton Marina is restricted. Ample FREE parking is available in the multi-storey car park located on the right as your dive down the entrance ramp into the marina.

By Rail

Brighton Railway Station is located at the top of Queens Rd, Just off the City Centre An express service operates to Gatwick and London Victoria, scheduled and mainline services to all UK destinations. Tel 08457 484950 for timetable and train information -

By Bus

Brighton & Hove buses operate a 24hr service at approximately 7min intervals on their number 7 route between Brighton Railway Station and Brighton Marina, with a number of stops in Brighton and Hove area.

By Taxi

Brighton has a large quantity of hailed cabs; the Black Cab equivalent is white with a teal bonnet and boot. UBER also operate in the City. There is a taxi rank at the road entrance to The Malmaison Hotel - 01273 202020

By Foot

The yacht club is on pontoon 7, off the western concourse. The large concourse pontoons run North/South, conspicuous with the small yellow and white flats along the upper level. Western concourse, has an access ramp off the Boardwalk (where the many restaurants are positioned). The entrance to the yacht club is on the right-hand side, BEFORE the security gates. You do not need a marina access fob to enter the yacht club.

By Air

Heathrow and Gatwick are the nearest International Airports to Brighton. From Heathrow take the Gatwick shuttle; a railway station is located inside the South Terminal at Gatwick, with excellent rail links to Brighton. Brighton City airport is available for small commercial services and private light aircraft Tel: 01273 296900.

By Sea


Brighton Marina is operated by Premier Marinas Ltd - A 24-hour VHF radio watch is maintained on marine band VHF channel 80 (call sign 'Brighton Marina'); alternatively, telephone 01273 819919.

The entrance channel lies between the East and West Breakwater arms located at 500 48.45N 0000 06.30W; 1 mile east of Palace Pier, marked by fixed red and green vertical lights. When approaching from the west, please allow 200mtrs clearance from the end of the Western Breakwater to avoid exiting traffic.

In heavy weather approach from the southeast to avoid much of the backwash from the breakwaters.

The entrance channel is dredged to -2.0m C.D. Storms tend to drive sand in to form a bank to starboard (East) of the entrance channel (just north of the end of the Eastern Breakwater) and shoaling may occur in the entrance channel between dredges; the dredged channel is buoyed by red and green markers leading to the visitors berthing; for the latest depth information contact the marina reception.

When arriving at Night the breakwater lights can be lost in the general background lighting. The inner and outer harbour areas are well lit, calm and well protected from swell and wind affording ample room to drop sails.

Bad Visibility

When visibility in the marina entrance is less than 1000 metres the fog horn located on the southern end of the Western Breakwater is activated (two every 30 sec).


On passing the Inner Entrance and entering the marina berthing, the Visitor Pontoon (Pontoon 10) is located ahead and slightly to port. Unless previously allocated a berth, visitors should moor there on arrival and report to the marina reception, which is clearly marked on the end of the West Jetty, on the first floor. Reference copies of Admiralty Notices to Mariners can be found in the marina reception.


Data Harbour Lights

Western Breakwater: QR 1 sec 9.6m 7M

Eastern Breakwater: QG 1sec 8.3m 7M

West Quay: 2 F Vert Red

South Quay: 2 F Vert Green

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