Fishing Charters

Brighton Marina Sea Fishing Charters & Deep Sea Wreck Fishing, & Ground Fishing Trips, from Brighton Marina & Sovereign Harbour Eastbourne. Whether your a beginner or an experienced angler you can choose from Wreck fishing for Cod, Pollock, Ling, Bass, Bream & Conger to a day on the Ground Fishing for Skate, Tope, Whiting, Bream, Bass, Cod, Dogs, Mackarel & Flatties. We carry a full selection of fishing equipment onboard so even if you do not posses your own equipment we can get you started. Take a look at the Fishing Charters page for more information.

Diving Charters

Channel Diver - Brighton based but diving the Sussex Shipwrecks from Brighton Marina & Sovereign Harbour Eastbourne , both Premier Marinas,. We also offer Diving Holidays / Expeditions to Dive Normandy, & the Normandy Shipwrecks, from any one of the many Ports dotted along the French coastline from Dieppe to Cherbourgh. The Channel Islands are also within range. We offer Week, Weekend, Day & Evening dive boat charters to dive clubs, dive schools & Individual Divers,, we cater for the novice diver up to the technical/trimix diver and we dive wrecks from 10mtrs - 100+mtrs. Take a look at the Diving Charters page for more information.

Party Trips

When planning your special day :

Hen & Stag Party Trips from Brighton Marina make sure you add in a 2hr afternoon Coastal Cruise & enjoy Champagne, Nibbles & Music whilst enjoying the panoramic views of Brighton from the sea. Whether its a Birthday Party Trip or

Mini Cruises & Sightseeing Trips. Visit EON Energy's 24square mile Rampion Windfarm site 8 nautical miles south of Brighton, the biggest Windfarm on the South Coast of England. Our boat with its large deck area and twin hulls provides a very comfortable, spacious & very stable platform for all occasions.

Ash Scattering

Many people, either for reasons of their faith or from past association with the sea, wish to have their ashes scattered at sea. The ash scattering of cremated remains at sea has been an attractive alternative to other forms of interment for many generations and for many reasons. Return to nature, love of the everlasting sea, the wishes of the deceased, or maybe a nautical background for selecting sea scattering for the final resting place and disposition of cremated remains.