How long does it take on the boat from Belfast to Liverpool?

With up to 4 daily direct sailings and a choice of day and night crossings between Northern Ireland and the heart of England, you’ll cruise across in just 8 hours. These two new ferries are the largest, most spacious and most stylish ever to sail between Belfast and Liverpool.

Does Stena Line go to Liverpool?

Port Locations

The Stena Line Liverpool Port is located at 12 Quays Terminal, Birkenhead, offering easy access to Liverpool and beyond. The terminal is within 10 minute of the M53 motorway and approximately 7 minutes from the Mersey tunnel leading to Liverpool city centre.

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How much is a foot passenger ferry from Belfast to Liverpool?

Liverpool to Belfast Ferry Prices

Foot Passenger from £32 ($43) one way. Foot Passenger from £45 ($60) return.

Where does Liverpool ferry dock from Belfast?

The Stena Line Liverpool Port is located at 12 Quays Terminal, Birkenhead. The port is clearly signposted ‘Stena Line’ on motorways and roads in the vicinity to help you find us.

Where does the Liverpool ferry leave from?

The P&O Ferries terminal is at Gladstone Dock and the nearest rail stations for this are the Liverpool City Centre stations including Liverpool Lime Street, Moorfields, Central and James Street. All of which are a short taxi ride from the P&O Irish Sea ferry terminal at Gladstone Dock.

How long is the Stena Line from Belfast to Liverpool?

The Stena Line service from Liverpool to Belfast offers a direct link from the English coast to Northern Ireland on-board the Stena Mersey and the Stena Lagan. The crossing takes approximately 8 hours and there is a choice of day or night sailings.

How long is the ferry ride from Liverpool to Dublin?

How long is the ferry from Liverpool to Dublin? The typical crossing time for ferries from Liverpool to Dublin is approximately 7h 30m.

Do you need passport for ferry?

It is compulsory for all passengers (including babies) to have their own valid passport or officially recognised European Union I.D. card when travelling to and from Ireland or France. In some cases, a visa may also be required. If you are driving a vehicle you will also need a valid driving licence.

What is the shortest ferry crossing to Ireland?

Fishguard to Rosslare is the quickest ferry crossing to Ireland from Great Britain. This route takes approximately 2 hours 15 minutes. Stena Line operates this route with 14 weekly sailings. The next quickest route is Pembroke to Rosslare, which takes approximately 3 hours, with 16 weekly sailings.

Is there an overnight ferry from Liverpool to Dublin?

Getting a ferry to Ireland has never been easier when you travel with P&O Ferries on our Liverpool to Dublin route. With regular daily and nightly crossings, no baggage limits when you travel, and two free meals included in your ticket price, you’re bound to have a great time on your trip across the Irish Sea.

How often do the Mersey ferries run?

If you’re a commuter looking to beat the traffic and your stressful daily journey or a visitor to our beautiful city region, our frequent and direct cross-river service sets sail every 20-minutes from 07:20am- 09:40am & 5pm-6:40pm Monday to Friday.

Are all P&O ferries running?

All the company’s ferry services are currently suspended.

Is P&O Ferries in trouble?

P&O Ferries Holdings lost £38.82m in 2019 and in 2020, the year COVID-19 first struck, it lost a further £85.95m. The accounts for 2021 have yet to be formally filed but the company said on Thursday that losses had increased to £100m during the latest year.

Why have P&O ferries stopped running?

It said the business is “not viable” in its current state. In a statement, the ferry operator said: “We have made a £100m loss year-on-year, which has been covered by our parent DP World. This is not sustainable. Our survival is dependent on making swift and significant changes now.