Brighton Marina, Brighton

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Constructed between 1971 and 1979 and covering an area of approximately 127 acres (0.51 km2), Brighton Marina features a working harbor and residential housing alongside a variety of leisure, retail, and commercial activities. The marina provides 1,600 berths along with various ancillary services including a boatyard and fuel berth. Discover boat trips, equipment shops, and boat sales. Check out events such as the markets from around the world, Brighton festivals, street performances, live music, craft and food stalls, special guests and speakers, and various kids’ activities, such as face painting. Plan to visit Brighton Marina during your Brighton vacation using our convenient Brighton route planner .
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  • Came here on a Saturday in March but was a little disappointed as it was like a ghost town. There were a few interesting shops but I don't know how they survived with the lack of customers. There was ...  more »
  • Plenty of restaurants to choose from plus a cinema complex, a casino & a hotel. The hotel was previously Seattle and has been taken over by MalMaison. The mooring are safe & well-managed. RYA training...  more »
  • A fair selection of restaurants that are not too expensive and free parking but the rest of it is a real dive. Awful atmosphere too.  more »
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  • Always lots to do at the marina. A fantastic range of restaurants to choose from (Coast to Coast is a favorite) and oportunities to sit outside and watch the world go by. Free parking in the multistory car park is a bonus...remember to park on levels 6 and 7 to get straight onto the walkway.
  • If you fancy a nice walk in Brighton this is a good place to go. My and my dad went here after sunset and saw how beautiful Brighton coast can look at night. If you walk along you might see fishermen which is also interesting to see. Just note if you walk right to the edhe of the coast breaker you will have to walk all the way back.
  • The marina side with all the eateries is fine. Views overlook the marina with plenty of food options. Sadly the rest of the marina has never really generated the expectations I had hoped for. None of the shops make you have the wow factor. Pleasant for walking round on a fine summer day.
  • Brighton Marina is a self contained village. Numerous restaurants, cinema, bowling, casino, children's activity play area, various bars and Asda. Parking is free although only for a certain amount of hours. Then the many different boats which is great to watch. If you fancy fishing on the arm then a small amount is chargeable. Do you fancy going out on a boat fishing then there's many companies you can contact. Perhaps you, family, friends, a celebration want to to see Brighton from a boat at the same time you want to drink etc, there's companies that cater for any occasions. Speed boats, jet skis, sailing a wide varieyy of sports activities can be found here. Or perhaps you want to just stroll around the marina this is a perfect place with some of the most amazing views.
  • A full throttle 'Leisure Centre'. This place pretty much has it all. Easy access. Simple fishing off either arm.
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