2019 / 2020 CRUISES FROM LIVERPOOL
Cruise from Liverpool, one of the UK’s leading cruise departure ports. Close to the major cities of the North of England and 10 minutes away from the city centre of Liverpool itself, Liverpool Cruise Terminal is perfectly placed for cruises around the British Isles, and is an excellent point of departure for Transatlantic, European and Baltic Cruises. Liverpool boasts excellent transport links, which makes departing on a cruise from Liverpool a convenient alternative to London for many parts of the country.
Getting to Liverpool Cruise Terminal
Boasting fantastic transport links, Liverpool Cruise Terminal is easily accessible from other northern cities and the rest of the UK. The port is just a 20-minute bus or taxi ride from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, and there are bus links from there to the terminal. There is also a taxi rank adjacent to the Cruise Terminal on St Nicholas Place.
By train: The Cruise Terminal is approximately five minutes by taxi or a 20 minutes on foot from Lime Street Station, Liverpool’s mainline station, which has connections to and from Manchester, London, Scotland and the rest of the UK.
By car: Leave the M6 at Junction 21a, and take the M62 towards Liverpool. The port is located within the secure port facility next to the Liver Buildings and is clearly marked as ‘Liverpool Cruise Terminal’.
Facilities in the port of Liverpool
Liverpool Cruise Terminal is divided between two sites and is fully accessible. Toilets are located in both terminal buildings. Those boarding their cruise from Liverpool can purchase drinks and snacks within the Baggage Reclaim and Passenger Lounge. Passengers that require mobility assistance are provided with minibuses and wheelchair-adapted vehicles.