Liverpool Freight Ferry Port
Book Liverpool services to the ports of Dublin or Douglas with Isle of Man Steam Packet, Seatruck Ferries and P&O FerriesThe vast freight port of Liverpool, owned by Peel Holdings, is one of the UK's major cargo ports and covers both banks of the River Mersey in Liverpool and Birkenhead. The commercial port handles over 30 million tonnes of freight a year, including one third of all freight moving between Britain and Ireland.
Liverpool Ferry Port facilities
The construction of the £30m Twelve Quays River Terminal at Birkenhead contains a cafeteria with lounge, check-in hall, covered check-in areas for both cars and trucks, and a separate rest area with shower facilities for truck drivers
Getting to Liverpool Ferry Port by road
Liverpool freight 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 approximately 2 miles until roundabout incorporating a flyover and follow signs for Crosby/Liverpool Freeport.
Gladstone Branch Dock No.3, Liverpool Freeport, Bootle, Merseyside, L20 1BG. For sat navs, please use: L20 1BG BOOTLE (Liverpool/Dublin ferry), England
Isle of Man Steam Packet
Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, Landing Stage Terminal, Off St Nicholas Place, Princes Parade, Liverpool, L3 1DL, England