Coronavirus Impact Statement

We are in unprecedented times, and coronavirus is having a direct impact on operations here at Cruise Liverpool.

The majority of cruise lines are pausing their operations by either 30 or 60 days, laying over their vessels with just a skeleton crew on board.

The suspension of activity will potentially effect up 12 scheduled cruise calls to Liverpool within the months of March/April/May.

This temporary suspension means there will be no cruise activity on the River Mersey for the next couple of months, which is extremely disappointing as we were looking forward to welcoming more than 100 vessels this year, however, we fully support the decision made, and hope to return to normal cruise operations as soon as possible.

We will continue to work closely with the cruise industry.

Thank you for your ongoing support.


Angie Redhead

Head of Cruise Liverpool

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