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Book a Liverpool Ferry to the Irish port of Dublin with P&O Irish Sea, or book a Liverpool Ferry to Douglas on the Isle of Man with Seacat. Travel Liverpool Belfast via Douglas with the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company. Book a Liverpool Ferry with Any Ferries.co.uk.
Please Note : Isle of Man to Liverpool service update.
From November 9th 2007 all Isle of Man Steam Packets winter services will be operated by the Ben-my-Chree. On Saturday and Sunday mornings the Ben-my- Chree will depart Douglas at 0800 arriving at Twelve Quays, Liverpool Birkenhead at 1215. She will depart Birkenhead at 1400 arriving at 1815 in Douglas. The Isle of Man Steam Packet. Fast Craft service to Liverpool Pier Head, will recommence 1st March 2008.
About Liverpool Ferry
Liverpool, with its famous waterfront on the River Mersey, is a great shipping port and industrial center. King John launched it on its road to glory when he granted it a charter in 1207. Before that, it had been a tiny 12th-century fishing village, but it quickly became a port for shipping men and materials to Ireland.
P&O Irish Sea Terminal
Liverpool Terminal is within 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. From Liverpool City Centre follow A565 towards Bootle. Take sign for Liverpool Freeport. From other areas 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.
Frequent express trains depart London's Euston Station for Liverpool, a 2 3/4-hour trip. There is also frequent service from Manchester, a 45-minute ride away.
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Isle Of Man Steam Packet Terminal
Location Princes Landing Stage, near the Pier Head.
By 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, approximately 3km from the Landing Stage, offers connections with through services to many parts of the country. Allow up to 60 minutes for transfer between the station and the Pier Head by bus or taxi. James Street station (600m) has frequent local services to/from the Wirral and Chester.
For Liverpool Belfast timetables, see timetables for Liverpool - Douglas, Douglas - Liverpool below.