HMS Beehive was situated at Felixstowe. If you go to our Coastal Forces Bases
page, the image at the bottom of the left hand column shows the basin at Felixstowe used by the boats. If you then select the Home Waters
map at the top of that page, select the Port
button in the Quick Zoom section at right, then select Felixstowe (Beehive)
from the list, you will be able to see where it used to be. Very few buildings used by Coastal Forces during the war remain, the primary exception being the the Lord Warden Hotel within the precincts of the port at Dover, which was HMS Wasp. While most of the ports remain largely unchanged, Felixstowe has undergone a massive transformation, thanks to the ever expanding container port it hosts today. In the top right of the map you will see a Satellite button which provides a view of the port.
What I can tell you, is that Google refreshes its satellite data every few years, and when I originally did the research for this map, the container port was in existence, but part of the old port remained as well, including the basin, which is now completely filled in. The map pin located the Little Ships Hotel, which was still visible at that time within the satellite view. The Little Ships was the former Pier Hotel, which was the site for HMS Beehive. The hotel, all the surrounding dock buildings and the basin, which stood to the north of the pin, along with the old RAF seaplane hangars which were also part of Beehive, have all been swept away by the expansion of the container port, which now extends out to sea beyond the original seafront, leaving the former dock basin well inland and covered over.