We have regular evening and day dives from Brighton Marina:
Usually with: “Channel Diver” (Skipper Steve Johnson), “Sea Breeze3” (Skipper Terry Lee) and “Brighton Diver” (Skipper Paul Dyer).
Brighton Marina is well established as one of the largest marinas in Europe, its prime position between Selsey Bill and Beachy Head gives charter boats easy access to the many hundreds of wrecks dotted along the Sussex coastline. With such a large number of wrecks to choose from, the diving around Brighton is proving to be extremely popular, there are wrecks of all shapes and sizes and depth’s, catering for all grades of diver, from the novice to the experienced technical/tri-mix diver.
Sussex has many great reef drift dive sites to choose from.
The marina itself has a large selection of bars and restaurants, a cinema, supermarket, shopping square and bowling alley there is also the David Lloyd Centre, for those who are members. There are hotels and guest houses within 5-10 minutes of the marina, and there is also a camp site close to the marina. The town centre is only 15 minutes away, where there is an abundance of night life, clubs of all description, restaurants and other things to amuse.
Evening drift dives are £20, evening wreck dives are £30. We usually depart Brighton Marina between 17:30 to 18:30 depending on the wreck or reef we will be diving, also the currents and are subject to weather conditions.
The dive boats are fully insured and carry all the necessary safety equipment to comply with charter boat requirements.
The boats are now located on a different pontoon since Jan 2014. After driving down the ramp into the marina, drive across the first roundabout then along marina way, at the next small roundabout swing a right up a small ramp, Neptune court, and offload your dive kit there.
Do not park on this ramp.
The boat/s are moored on the pontoon to your right.
Route to Brighton Marina from Dive Machine below:
If you are unable to fit into any of our scheduled boat dives, the following links are dives organised by the skipper’s and need to be arranged direct with them.