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    John Mawer
    Liverpool Cruise Port GM
    Welcome to Liverpool! As a vibrant city renowned for its rich maritime heritage, dynamic cultural scene, and world-famous music and football legacies, Liverpool offers visitors an unforgettable experience, blending historic charm with modern attractions, including iconic landmarks like The Beatles Story and Anfield Stadium.
    About The Port

    Situated in the Irish Sea, Liverpool Cruise Port is a key maritime gateway in the UK. This location provides excellent connectivity to Northern European and British and Irish cruise itineraries, making it an ideal port for both transit and turnaround calls.. With easy access to Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester Airport, both within an hour's drive, the port offers seamless connections for cruise passengers.

    The port can accommodate large cruise vessels up to 350 meters in length. Planned enhancements include a new floating dock and terminal building, which will increase capacity and allow for the simultaneous berthing of two large ships, accommodating over 7,000 passengers a day. This investment, subject to the granting of the appropriate permits and licenses, will also include additional retail and hospitality offerings, catering to both cruise passengers and local visitors, and enhancing the overall passenger experience.

    Centrally located in Liverpool, the port boasts a rich cultural heritage and maritime history. It offers cruise passengers a wealth of attractions, from the Beatles' legacy to world-class museums and vibrant arts scenes. The port's historic significance as the birthplace of the first passenger cruise line adds to its appeal. It offers significant opportunities for tourists to engage in the arts, music, architecture, and its historic football teams.

    In 2024, Liverpool Cruise Port joined the Global Ports Holding (GPH) network, marking GPH's first venture into the British Isles. This strategic collaboration promises enhanced experiences for travelers and bolsters the city's position as a premier cruise hub.

    Port Facts
    North Europe
    Maximum Ship Dimensions for Berth
    Length: 345m
    Width: 41.14m
    Draught: 9.75m
    Quays / Berths
    Total Number of Berths: 1
    Total Berthing Line Length: 263.8 m
    Quays Depth: -10.0 m
    Distances / Transportation
    City Center: 50m
    Airport: 15 km
    Shuttle Service: No
    General Information
    Terminal: 1
    Turnaround Port: Yes
    Discover Liverpool
    Discover Liverpool

    From the iconic waterfront, where the echoes of maritime greatness resonate, to the legendary stomping grounds of The Beatles at the Cavern Club, every corner tells a story. Lose yourself in the architectural marvel of Liverpool Cathedral or feel the pulse of the city at Anfield Stadium. Wander through the bustling streets of Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where past and present intertwine seamlessly. Whether you're exploring its musical legacy, indulging in its culinary delights, or immersing yourself in its sporting fervor, Liverpool offers an unforgettable journey of exploration and discovery.

    Must See
    • Liverpool Waterfront
    • Liverpool Cathedral
    • The Beatles Story
    • The Cavern Club
    • Anfield Stadium
    • Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City
    • Liverpool Mus See 1
    • Liverpool Mus See 2
    • Liverpool Mus See 3
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