Southsea Marina sits on the threshold of the Solent, its relaxed and friendly atmosphere a sanctuary for yachtsmen to escape the crowds. It is a hideaway from the busy cruising grounds of the Solent and place where boat enthusiasts relax; enjoying its special camaraderie. Located on the Eastney Peninsula in Langstone Harbour, Southsea Marina provides wet and dry berthing for up to 300 boats.
Head round Eastney Peninsula and within 15 minutes you are in the Solent, ready for day trips to the Isle of Wight or further afield. Alternatively, discover the sheltered delights of Langstone Harbour. If you love days out on the water, Southsea Marina’s South Coast location is perfect for you; the Solent is just 15 minutes away, making travelling to the Isle of Wight, Portsmouth Harbour, Hamble or Lymington a breeze. Looking for a more relaxed boating experience? You won’t be disappointed as there are the sheltered waters and tidal inlets of Langstone Harbour to explore, or Chichester Harbour with its spectacular countryside views and sandy anchorages.
Day trips aside, most boaters love spending time just relaxing on their boat in the laid-back atmosphere of this attractive marina; breakfasting in the Marine Bar and Café, enjoying Premier's luxury facilities or sampling the culinary delights of the Indian subcontinent in the Bombay Bay restaurant. When you feel that you would like to stretch your legs, the Hayling Ferry and the gorgeous sandy beaches of Hayling Island are just a short distance away or, for real tourist attractions, you can always head to the funfair at Southsea Seafront, go for a swim at the Pyramids Leisure Pool or opt for the outlet shops, restaurants, multiplex cinema and nightclubs of Portsmouth's Gunwharf Quays.
The excellently equipped marina has first-class facilities with a fully serviced boatyard to handle all your needs. There are CCTV cameras and guard patrols, on-site bar and restaurant, modern toilet and shower block, and 24-hour diesel and petrol.
ACCESS TO PUBLIC AREAS (Displays, exhibits, rides etc)
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Map & Directions
From the EastTake the A27 following signs to Portsmouth. After Havant, branch left (signposted Southsea)Then at Eastern Road roundabout take the first exit onto Eastern Road - A2030 - signposted Southsea. From the WestTake the M27 following signs to Portsmouth. Take the A27, At the Eastern Road roundabout take the first exit - A2030 signposted Southsea.From London and the A3Head south on the A3 following signs to Portsmouth. Continue along the A3(M). Merge onto A27. Branch left, signposted Southsea, then at Eastern Road roundabout take the first exit - A2030 signposted Southsea. Once on the A2030 (Eastern Road) travel along for almost four miles, turn left onto Milton Road (A288), signposted Eastney. Turn left into Bransbury Road, continue forward into Henderson Road, turn left into Ferry Road, signposted Hayling Ferry. After 0.2 miles turn left into Southsea Marina.
Public Transport Directions
By Bus and CoachDetails of First Hampshire bus timetables 023 9286 3353.National Express runs regular services from London, Winchester and many other destinations to Portsmouth. For details call 08705 808080.By RailPortsmouth and Southsea is the nearest mainline station with regular trains to Chichester, London and Southampton. Fratton is the nearest station.National Rail Enquiries 08457 48 49 50.
|Southsea Marina (1 Jan 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)|
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