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Liverpool Bay Cruises

Due to the spread of COVID-19/Coronavirus our Liverpool Bay Cruises in June and July 2020 have now been cancelled. We will be in contact with customers to arrange a full refund as soon as possible. Bookings are also suspended for Liverpool Bay Cruises in August 2020. 

During the three-hour cruise, you’ll enjoy incredible scenery and learn more about the fascinating history and geography of the River Mersey and Liverpool Bay with expert commentary from a Blue Badge Guide. 

We have 14 sailings from June to August in 2020, so get ready to enjoy incredible panoramic views of the river as you sail past Royal Seaforth Docks, Fort Perch Rock at New Brighton and along the Crosby Channel towards Blundellsands and Formby. 

This special sightseeing cruise will also give you the chance to experience Anthony Gormley’s spectacular Another Place art installation at Crosby Beach from the river, and enjoy incredible views of the 100 cast-iron life-sized figures spread across the foreshore, stretching out into the sea.  

As you sail back into Liverpool from the mouth of the river and the Irish Sea, you’ll follow the journey of many cruise liners and ships, past and present. 

The cruise features live music from talented local artists, and the fully licensed bar will be open throughout, so you can buy snacks and drinks. This one-of-a-kind sightseeing cruise is the perfect day trip for everyone to enjoy this summer.  
 
For groups of 20 or more please call 0151 330 1420 or email groups@merseyferries.co.uk

Other important information

Views can be subject to weather and tides. We reserve the right to change the advertised music artist. The live music performance area is situated on the upper deck, which is accessible by stairs only. The main deck of the vessel is fully accessible and includes accessible toilet and bar area. Any alcohol must be bought on board the ferry. Light refreshments and snacks will be available to buy on board.