Liverpool Ferry Port

Liverpool ferry port covers both banks of the River Mersey and offers sailings to the Isle of Man, Ireland and Northern Ireland. One of the UK's major ports for both passengers and freight, there are several crossings each day via all routes.

You can reach Liverpool ferry port on the following routes:

Directions To and From Liverpool Ferry Port

Address (Isle of Man Steam Packet): Landing Stage Terminal, Off St Nicholas Place, Princes Parade, Liverpool, L3 1DL.

Address (Stena Line): 12 Quays Terminal, Tower Road, Birkenhead, Wirrall, CH41 1FE

Address (P&O Irish Sea Ferries): Gladstone Branch Dock No.3, Liverpool Freeport, Bootle, Merseyside, L20 1BG. For sat navs please use L20 1BG BOOTLE (Liverpool/Dublin ferry)

Getting to Liverpool Ferry Port

By Car

To P&O Irish Sea Ferries Terminal: 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.

To Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Terminal: Located at 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 Train

Frequent express trains depart from London's Euston Station for Liverpool. There is also frequent service from Manchester which is just a 45 minute ride away. Liverpool Lime Street station is approximately 3km from the Landing Stage (for ferries to the Isle of Man). Birkenhead Hamilton Square Railway Station is a 15 minute walk from the Twelve Quays Terminal.

By Bus

Norton Street Bus and Coach Station approx 500 yards from Liverpool Lime Street Railway Station. Taxis are available at most times on the station rank. Allow yourself though at least 60 minutes for bus or taxi transfers.

Liverpool Ferry Port Facilities

Café/ Bar

The Twelve Quays Terminal at Liverpool Birkenhead (for sailings to Belfast and Dublin), has a cafeteria and lounge area. The departure lounge on the Landing Stage (for Isle of Man ferries) has a range of vending machines.

Disabled Facilities

Disability assistance is available at both terminals.

Parking at Liverpool Ferry Port

For passengers using the 12 Quays terminal, Long and short stay car parking is available. Car parking spaces are limited and are on a first come first served basis.

For passengers travelling with the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, they have teamed up with Q-Park to offer our customers discounted parking when pre-booked online. The Q-Park Liverpool ONE car park is ideally situated just minutes away from the port.

AnyFerry provides this information for guidance only.