Worthing Boat Jumble Sussex Event Returns Again This Year.
Sunday 11th August, 2019
The Promenade, Marine Parade, Worthing
West Sussex Boat Jumble
Open 10.00am to 3.00pm.
At the foot of the South Downs, overlooking the English Channel, this one-day event on the West Sussex coast usually draws an impressive crowd. Worthing is amongst one of the many Boat Jumbles to be held on the south coast during the summer months. The location along the Prom on Marine Parade provides a maritime masterpiece of boat rummaging - look out for bargains here!
Organiser : Sussex Boat Jumbles
Telephone : 01903 761 773
Telephone : 07899 850 308
Other Boat Stuff
Boat Jumble related businesses and services in the Worthing area include:
- West Marine Services servicing the industry for over 25 years their services include antifouling, engine servicing, electrics, plumbing, and more.
- Atlantic Marine and Aviation in Brighton, Great Yarmouth provides offshore charter vessels and subsea facilities.
- Shoreline Boats professional sail & powerboat maintenance offers Sussex based mobile services around all areas of the UK.
- Aquatec Marine Engineering with over 40 years of experience AQM is a trusted Suzuki dealer and handles offboard motors and repairs.
Directions To The Event
From the A27, which connects Chichester, Worthing, and Brighton, turn south off Grove Lodge Roundabout - you can see Worthing College grounds to the north - lookout for the Rugby Posts. Follow your nose south on the A24 into Worthing until you see signposts for ‘Tourist Information’, ‘Seafront’, and ‘Theatres’. Follow the signs to the seafront and the Pavilion Theatre. Marine Parade (The Promenade) is the main road that runs along the beach front. If you drive into the sea you’ve gone too far!
Use the postcode BN11 3PX for car navigation systems.
Other Activities Around The Promenade
A visit to this boat jumble wouldn’t be complete without a stroll down the Victorian Built Worthing Pier - visit the café in the South End Pavillion for a coffee. Spend an afternoon at Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, on Chapel Road or visit the ornamental gardens of Beach House Park if you need a little fresh air. And if gardens are your thing, try Marine Gardens to the west (access from West Parade or Winchelsea Gardens), which also includes a family restaurant.
Accommodation In The Worthing Area
As you can imagine the area of Worthing is littered with Seaside B&Bs and Beach Side Hotels from Bognor Regis to Brighton. There is something for every budget here, all within easy driving distance to the Sunday Boat Jumble on the Prom. Look out for weekend deals at a few of the more prominent hotels and make sure that you book in advance as rooms get booked quickly in the summer season. Caravanners can find a host of coastal parks, and for those that prefer the canvas, there is an abundance of more traditional camping options such as Charmill Cottage Campsite in Findon.