Liverpool Cruise Terminal

The Three Graces dominate the view on the historic waterfront where passengers disembark and walk straight into Albert Dock, a spirited fusion of restaurants, shops, museums and art. From there, enjoy being at the heart of Liverpool City Centre, which promises plenty of fun things for you to get up to - including immersing yourself in The Beatles’ history.

Liverpool Cruise Terminal information

Which cruise lines use Liverpool Cruise Terminal?

Liverpool Cruise Terminal is used by leading cruise lines including Fred. Olsen, Norwegian Cruise Line, Azamara, Viking, Silversea, Cunard, and Saga.

Contact details for Liverpool Cruise Terminal:

To get in touch with Liverpool Cruise Terminal call 0151 233 2008 or go to for more information about enquiries.

Address: Liverpool Cruise Terminal, Gate 2 Princes Parade, Liverpool L3 1DL

Does Liverpool Cruise Terminal have Wi-Fi?

No, Liverpool Cruise Terminal does not have Wi-Fi facilities, but there are internet facilities available at both the Crown Plaza and Malmaison Hotels which can be located nearby the cruise terminal.

Does Liverpool Cruise Terminal have an onsite café?

No, there are no café facilities available at Liverpool Cruise Terminal. But, just outside Liverpool Cruise Terminal lies a range of cafés on the waterfront, including cover-all-bases Cafe Lucaya, Brasco Lounge (which has its own allergen filter on its website menu at, and the lunch-ready Café at Museum of Liverpool.

Liverpool Cruise Terminal parking:

To park at Liverpool Cruise Terminal book directly with your cruise line operator, you can do this by booking your car parking online through Cruise Passenger Services (CPS) at

For more information call Cruise-Liverpool +44 (0) 345 071 3939, or alternatively email [email protected].

Travelling to Liverpool Cruise Terminal

Travelling to Liverpool Cruise Terminal by car:

Leave M6 at Junction 21a and take the M62 towards Liverpool City Centre. Follow the brown signs for Liverpool and/or Waterfront and The Liver Building. Passengers should make arrangements directly with their cruise line operator for parking.

Travelling to Liverpool Cruise Terminal by train:

Lime Street Station is Liverpool's mainline station with trains to and from Manchester, London, and Scotland. The Cruise Terminal is a 20-minute walk from Lime Street or five minutes by taxi. Visit

Best Liverpool hotels near the cruise terminal

Titanic Hotel Liverpool:

Regent Road, L3 0AN. Room from £85 ( A five-minute drive away from the cruise terminal, or a 20-minute walk.

Crowne Plaza Liverpool John Lennon Airport Hotel:

Liverpool, Airport, Speke, Aerodrome L24 8QD. Rooms from £79 (cpliverpool It is just over a 20-minute car journey away from the terminal.