Liverpool’s Cruise Terminal is set for its biggest year ever in 2015, 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 80,000+ passengers from around the world who will be coming ashore to explore Liverpool in 2015.
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Liverpool’s Cruise Manager has been chosen to take on one of the most prestigious positions in Britain’s cruise industry.
Angie Redhead has been named Chair of CruiseBritain which is a joint initiative between British ports and cruise industry service providers and is supported by Visit Britain and Visit England.
Liverpool Cruise terminal is delighted to announce that in 2016 Cruise & Maritime Voyages plan to operate their traditional and elegant cruise ship Marco Polo on five different dates. The programme offers an epic voyage for 28 nights to Canada, the Norwegian fjords, Iceland & Northern Isles, a mini-cruise to Dublin and the Canary Islands and Madeira.
LIVERPOOL is set to welcome a brand new addition to the city’s cruise calendar.
Celebrity Silhouette is making her inaugural call to Liverpool on Monday 15 June, and it’s an extra special visit for the ship as this year it is Celebrity Cruise’s 25th birthday.
Liverpool’s Three Queens spectacular was the biggest waterfront event in the history of the city, Liverpool’s Culture Chief Claire McColgan, told an international audience today.
Addressing delegates at the Liverpool International Waterfront Forum (LIWF), Claire who is the Director of Culture Liverpool, said the event over the bank holiday weekend was “unprecedented” in its success.
For the first time, on Monday 25 May 2015 Cunard’s fleet gathered together in spectacular fashion in Liverpool, its spiritual home, as the company marked its 175th anniversary. The event culminated with the three ships, the largest passenger ships ever to muster together on the River Mersey, lined up across the river just 130 metres apart as the Red Arrows performed a fly-past overhead to the delight of the hundreds of thousands of spectators.