Ferries to and from Liverpool

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What does Liverpool stand for? For its two traditional football clubs, for the Beatles, for the Royal Liver Building and for its inhabitants, officially called Liverpudlians. The historic part of the city has been a World Heritage Site since 2004, with Albert Dock and Pier Head being popular places to visit. The city has two cathedrals and several large museums. Speke Hall manor house impresses with its half-timbered construction and a garden dating back to 1598. Those who follow in the footsteps of the Beatles will be fascinated by Penny Lane, Cavern Club and “The Beatles Story”. And if you don’t know what a superlambanana is, the answer is also in Liverpool. From the 133-metre-high television tower, there is a unique view over the entire city.

Timetable, Prices & Availability

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Ferry connections from & to Liverpool

Here you see an overview of all ferry routes which currently call at the port of Liverpool:

Route Country of origin & country of destination Number & Duration
Ferry Douglas – Liverpool Isle of Man, Great BritainEngland, Great Britain 12 times a week
2 hours 45 minutes
ferry Dublin – Liverpool Ireland, Irish Sea FerriesEngland, Great Britain 12 times a week
7 hours 30 minutes
ferry Liverpool – Douglas England, Great BritainIsle of Man, Great Britain 12 times a week
2 hours 45 minutes
ferry Liverpool – Dublin England, Great BritainIreland, Irish Sea Ferries 12 times a week
8 hours

Brief information harbour Liverpool

Country: England, Great Britain
Language: English
Currency: British pound (GBP)
Time zone: Europe/London, GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)

Addresses & Arrival

To make your journey to Liverpool easier, you will find all the important addresses in the ferry port of Liverpool here.

Address ferry harbour Liverpool

Street: St Nicholas Pl, Princes Parade
Postcode & city: L3 1QW Liverpool
Country: England (United Kingdom)
GPS: 53.406557, -2.998307

Ferry terminals & other addresses

Provider Address
Stena Line Stena Line ferry terminal Liverpool Birkenhead
Terminal, 12 Quays, Tower Rd
CH41 1FE Birchhead
England (United Kingdom)
GPS: 53.403236, -3.016116
(Latitude, Longitude)
Steam Packet Steam Packet Landing Stage Terminal
St Nicholas Pl
L3 1DL Liverpool
England (United Kingdom)
GPS: 53.406835, -2.998297
(Latitude, Longitude)
Parking lot Parking lot at the ferry port
St Nicholas Pl
L3 1QW Liverpool
England (United Kingdom)
GPS: 53.406708, -2.997848
(Latitude, Longitude)
E-charging station bp pulse Charging Station - 1x CHAdeMO 50 kW, 1x CCS 50 kW, 1x Type2 43 kW
Plaza, Saint Nicholas Place Crowne
L3 1QW Liverpool
England (United Kingdom)
GPS: 53.407362, -2.996346
(Latitude, Longitude)
Motorhome parking space Liverpool Marina Pitch
Coburg Wharf
L3 4BP Liverpool
England (United Kingdom)
GPS: 53.390321, -2.985316
(Latitude, Longitude)

Travel information

Arrival by car

The Liverpool ferry port is easily accessible via various roads, depending on which direction you are coming from:

  • From the north (e.g. Preston): Take the A59 towards Liverpool. In Liverpool, follow the signs to the Cruise Terminal.
  • From the south (e.g. Birmingham): Take the M6 in the direction of Liverpool. At Liverpool, follow the A561 and then the signs to the Cruise Terminal.
  • From the east (e.g. Manchester): Take the M62 in the direction of Liverpool. At the end of the M62, follow the signs to the Cruise Terminal.

Arrival by bus & train

Liverpool ferry port is well connected to the public transport network. You can take various buses and trains to get to the Cruise Terminal. The nearest bus and train stop is ‘James Street Station’.

Arrival by plane

The nearest airport is ‘Liverpool John Lennon Airport’. From the airport you can take a cab or bus to the city center. From there, it is only a short walk to the Cruise Terminal on Princes Parade.

Karte vom Fährhafen Liverpool

Map from Liverpool
Map from Liverpool

Travel guide: The beating heart of Liverpool: a city full of life and history

Liverpool, a city known for its rich maritime history, the Beatles and its impressive cultural sights, enchants visitors from all over the world.

Places of interest and excursions

Discover the diversity of Liverpool through its unforgettable sights:

  • The Beatles Story: A captivating exhibition that takes you through the life and music of the Fab Four.
  • Albert Dock: A historic harbor district with museums, restaurants and breathtaking architecture.
  • Liverpool Cathedral: One of the largest cathedrals in the world, known for its impressive Gothic style.
  • Merseyside Maritime Museum: Immerse yourself in Liverpool’s maritime history and the story of the Titanic.
  • Anfield: Liverpool FC’s legendary stadium, a must for soccer fans.


Lively activities await you in Liverpool:

  • Harbor cruises: Experience the city from the water and discover its impressive skyline.
  • Cultural tours: follow in the footsteps of the Beatles or explore the city’s art galleries.
  • Shopping: From the trendy Liverpool ONE to traditional markets, Liverpool offers unique shopping experiences.


Liverpool was founded in 1207 and grew to become one of the largest trading ports in the world in the 18th century, particularly known for its trade in goods and passengers across the Atlantic.

Eating, drinking and shopping

From traditional pubs to international cuisine, Liverpool offers culinary delights for every taste. The city is also a paradise for shoppers with a variety of shopping opportunities.

Public transport

Public transportation with buses, trains and ferries is a convenient way to explore Liverpool and the surrounding region.


From cozy bed & breakfasts to luxurious hotels, Liverpool offers a wide range of accommodation to suit every taste and budget.

Port Liverpool Experiences & Travelogues

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