Lady Bee Marina is situated just inside the Port’s main shipping canal. Being berthed inside the canal gives shelter from bad weather and ensures the comfort of deep water and security. There approximately 120 pontoon berths and among the facilities available are water and electricity, shower block, chandlers, English restaurant and bar as well as ample parking. Within walking distance are the railway station, buses, taxis and small shopping centre in Southwick Square. The Holmbush centre with Marks and Spencer, Tesco, Sainsbury’s Homebase, just five minutes away by car.
Further along the canal, beyond Sussex Yacht Club moorings, there is Aldrington Quay which is adjacent to the newly constructed Hove Enterprise Centre business units and accommodation. These are quayside berths, more suitable for larger vessels which can exceed 100’. There are adequate parking spaces, shower facilities, electricity and water on quayside within walking distance of Portslade railway station, buses and shopping centre.
The outer sill of the Prince George Lock 0.26 metres below the Lowest Astronomical Tide.Visiting craft welcome at both the above sites, which are managed by Graham Barnes Tel: (01273) 591705.
Lying east of the Texaco fuel terminal Nicholson's Marina provides pontoon berths for small commercial fishing vessels.