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Liverpool Ferry Terminal

Up to 9 crossings daily.
Separate terminals for P&O, Seacat.
Vending machines for drinks & snacks
Handle both passengers & freight.
Easy access by road or rail.
Ferries from Liverpool
P&O Irish Sea operates ferry services to Dublin from the terminal within Liverpool Freeport. There are no lifts to the main passenger area in this terminal and access is by staircase. They may be unsuitable for the infirm, disabled or young children.

The Isle of Man Steampacket Company / Seacat operate from the ferry terminal at Princes Parade.

For alternative ferry routes to or from Ireland click here

Liverpool Ferry Terminal

Ferries from Liverpool - Routes and Crossing Duration

Liverpool - Dublin

Year Round
P&O Irish Sea
Crossing 7 hr 30 min

Liverpool - Isle of Man
Year Round
Isle of Man Steampacket
Crossing 4 hr 00 min

Liverpool - Isle of Man
March - September
Isle of Man Steampacket
Crossing 2 hr 30 min (fast)

Routes are operated by conventional craft
unless stated otherwise.

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Getting to Liverpool Ferry Terminals :-

P&O Irish Sea Terminal

By Car

Use M57 or M58 and follow signs "All Docks" on A5036. Continue on A5036 for approx. 2 miles until roundabout incorporating a flyover and follow signs for Crosby/Liverpool Freeport.

From Liverpool City Centre follow A565 towards Bootle. Take sign for Liverpool Freeport.

Go through Freeport police security entrance, take first left. Terminal is about one mile along on right hand side. Take a right, follow signs past the front of terminal buildings to passenger check-in.

By Rail
Frequent express trains depart London's Euston Station for Liverpool. There is also frequent service from Manchester.

Seacat Terminal

By Car

Location Princes Landing Stage, near the Pier Head.
Road Access to the edge of the city is via the M6/M62 or M58.

From the M62, follow signs to the City Centre and then Pier Head signs to the Princes Landing Stage.

From M58 follow the A5036 and then the A565 to the Pier Head.

From North Wales, take the M53, then the Wallasey Tunnel and the A59 to the Pier Head.

By Rail
Liverpool Lime Street station is approximately 2 miles from the terminal and offers connections with through services to many parts of the country. Allow up to 1 hour for transfer between the station and the Pier Head by bus or taxi.

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