Liverpool as a Cruise Port
Until May 2012, if you were embarking or disembarking from Liverpool it took place at Langton Dock, on the outskirts of the city, whereas if your cruise was just calling at Liverpool, it berthed at the Liverpool Cruise Terminal near the city centre. Since 29th May 2012 ships have been able to use the Liverpool Cruise Terminal as a turnaround port.
The Liverpool Cruise Terminal is situated at Pier Head, which is just in front of the famous Liver Building.The terminal has toilet and refreshment facilities, but due to its size, it is advisable not to arrive before your allocated embarkation time.
If travelling by train, Lime Street station is a 20 minute walk away, or a few minutes by taxi. There is a small drop off / collection point at the cruise terminal, but there is a maximum 5 minute wait time allowed, although there is a pay and display car park situated about 100m away. If driving to the port long term parking is available, and we can help you with this when we book your cruise for you.
Cruise Lines Using Liverpool for Embarkation or Disembarkation
Cruise Lines Using Liverpool as a Port of Call
- Azamara Club Cruises
- Celebrity Cruises
- Disney Cruises
- Holland America Line
- Oceania Cruises
- P&O Cruises
- Princess Cruises
- Regent Seven Seas Cruises
- Royal Caribbean International
- Saga Cruises
- Viking Oceans
- Voyages to Antiquity
Liverpool Cruise terminal
Visit the port’s own website ‘Cruise Liverpool‘
(Page amended April 2017)