Liverpool’s Cruise Terminal is set for its biggest year ever in 2014, with a raft of major ships making their inaugural call to the city.
As lines such as Cunard, Celebrity and Princess sail into the city, Liverpool truly is on the global cruise map. Its popularity can be seen in the 60,000+ passengers from around the world who will be coming ashore to explore Liverpool in 2014.
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Visitors to Liverpool’s waterfront venue ACC Liverpool, home to BT Convention Centre, Echo Arena and from 2015 Exhibition Centre Liverpool, are being given a dramatic preview of the spectacular salute to the city being staged by Cunard’s Three Queens next year.
Cunard’s flagship, the 150,000 ton Queen Mary 2, will be joined by her two 90,000 ton sisters Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth, in a ‘Three Queens, One Magnificent City’ celebration to mark Cunard’s 175th anniversary.
LIVERPOOL’S cruise manager has fought off global competition to scoop one of the top industry accolades.
Angie Redhead has been named the Women’s International Shipping & Trade Association (WISTA) Personality of the Year- an international award which saw face competitors from 32 other countries.
Plans to stage the world’s most spectacular gathering of Cunard’s Three Queens ever seen are well underway in Liverpool.
The meeting of the fleet will take place in May 2015 on the River Mersey in the City that is Cunard’s spiritual home.
Planning a Christmas Party this year? Try something a bit different
Fred Olsen’s classic cruise ship Boudicca will be in Liverpool on 18th December 2014 and stay overnight for a night of festive fun. There’s a packed evening for you to enjoy – you’ll have a great night on board.
Imagine the world’s most magnificent cruise liners berthing in the heart of a major city. Imagine a cruise terminal situated at the centre of a world UNESCO heritage site. Imagine being greeted by crowds of passionate people and a shower of fireworks and music. The cruise destination you are imagining is real. It’s Liverpool.