Defiance can be chartered for a group booking of up to 10 people for a trip along Brighton Seafront. This is suitable for a family outing or as part of a celebration such as a birthday, Hen-do or Stag.
The boat trip along the Seafront is normally 1 hour in duration. A 1 hour trip departs from the marina and heads west to Hove before returning. Extended trips of 90 minutes or 2 hours can take you further along the coast to Shoreham .
What you can see
Madeira Drive is the road along the front in front of the area of Kemptown. Developed along with sea defences, it features a large cast iron terrace built in 1890. Now this area hosts events throughout the year and is the end point for weel know events like the London-Brighton classic car run.
The railway built by Magnus Volk was the first electric railway and still runs today from stations near the Marina and Palace Pier.
Brighton Palace Pier
The pier originally opened in 1899 was the third pier to be built. It still remains one of the best known attractions in Brighton
Grand Hotel and Metropole
These hotels are the best known on the seafront. The Grand famously being bombed during the conservative conference in 1984 in an attempt to kill the prime minister Margaret Thatcher
The i360 is a 160m high viewing tower built in 2016. Built at the end of where the West Pier stood. The viewing platform gives views over Brighton and the Downs.
The beautiful and iconic Brighton West Pier was built in 1866. It was the second pier and was a major attraction. Unfortunately, it fell into disrepair, battered by storms, a fire in 2003 finally reducing this structure to a ruin.