Littlehampton Marina Littlehampton Marina lies in an inlet on the River Arun in the middle of West Sussex. The location of the marina allows for easy access from Brighton, Portsmouth, and London. Unlike some marinas there is no lock system, so the time spent travelling to the harbour entrance is approximately 10 minutes.
We offer a range of moorings and boat parks for powered craft and Versadocks for Personal Water Craft (PWC). Our on-site facilities include the Boat House Restaurant, toilets, showers, changing rooms and launderette. An independent chandlery and brokerage facilities plus a marine engineer are also available, so if we can't provide a specific service to you, you won't need to go far to obtain assistance.
As a small marina, we try to give everyone a friendly and personal service, developing a strong relationship with our customers. Many of our customers join an organisation called Littlehampton Marina Berth Holders Association (LMBHA), who organise social events, fishing competitions, trips along the coast and will be available if you need advice.
Please contact us on 01903 713553 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like to book an appointment to view our facilities.
Our marina is located on the South Coast between Portsmouth and Brighton. The Marina is widely accessible by car and rail. Our Marina offers moorings for up to 120 crafts of all sizes with storage in open boat parks for up to 80 craft. We also have a holiday lodge site and the Boat House restaurant.
Fuel prices as at 05/11/2013 are as follows:-
|Red Diesel(not for road use):||£0.88|
|Diesel: 60/40 (not for road use)||£1.18|
|Yard/Office/fuelling pontoon opening house:-||8am to 5pm - 7 days a week|
|Times may vary depending on the weather. Please check with the office on 01903 713553|
- Moorings for 120 Powered Craft
- Park and Launch for up to 80 Powered Craft
- Fuel facilities
- Site security
- Holiday Lodge Park
- Boat House Restaurant
- Sixty Miles/90 Mins from London 45 Mins by Sea from the Solent and Isle Of Wight