LIVERPOOL CITY GUIDE

 
 

Liverpool boats and ferries


Arriva bus The famous Mersey Ferries, founded by the monks of Birkenhead priory in the 13th century, still plough their way across the fast-flowing River Mersey to berth at the Pier Head, dominated by the unique Royal Liver Building with it's mythical Liver Birds, symbols of this great maritime city.

There are passenger services from Ireland and the Isle of Man.
Getting a quote or making a booking couldn't be easier. All you need to do is select your preferred Liverpool Ferry route from the menus, number of passengers and hit search. If you are looking for a Ferry to Liverpool, Website

Ferry Across the Mersey

There's no better way to experience Liverpool & Merseyside than from the deck of the famous Mersey Ferry.
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    Isle of Man Steam Packet Company

    The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company is the oldest continually operating passenger shipping company in the world, having began operations in 1830. Sailing everyday.
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    P&O Irish Sea Ferries

    Liverpool - Dublin crossing is a relaxed, traditional service with free meals provided onboard. This excellent year round service, sailing from the very heart of Dublin to Liverpool, offers convenient morning and evening sailing times as well as comfortable onboard services including ensuite cabins, bar and restaurant facilities.
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