Ferry from Liverpool to Douglas on the Isle of Man

Ferry from Liverpool to Douglas on the Isle of Man

The ferry from Liverpool to Douglas connects England to the Isle of Man. It is operated by Isle of Man Steam Packet. The service connects the West coast of England with the South East coast of the Isle of Man. The sailing happens on the Manannan (Fastcraft service) and has a crossing time of 2 hours 45 minutes. It is open to both foot passengers and vehicles.

Liverpool to Douglas Ferries

Car & 4 passengers from £127
11 Sailings Per Week       Sailing time: 2hr 45m

From the moment Manannan started service on the Douglas to Liverpool route on 22 May 2009, Manannan has impressed passengers with her bright, spacious accommodation offering a variety of seating areas, including two cinema lounges, a large bar area at the stern and the Coast-to-Coast cafe that offers a wide selection of food options.

The enlarged sky lounge on the upper deck provides the accommodation for the Niarbyl Reserved Lounge, the Manannan Premium Lounge and the Manannan Executive Club.

Plan your visit to the Isle of Man and travel with Steam Packet to experience a taste of Island life.

*Please note: This route is suitable for both vehicles and foot passengers.

4 thoughts on “Ferry from Liverpool to Douglas on the Isle of Man

    1. Hi John

      This is the address that is listed on the Steam Packet website, along with their opening hours and check in times. I hope this helps.

  1. What is the Sat Nav address for the new Steam Packet Ferry terminal @ Liverpool (Liverpool to Isle of Man Douglas) and when does it officialy open?

    1. Hi John

      The port information for Liverpool Steam Packet Ferry Terminal is:
      Off St Nicholas Place
      Princes Parade
      L3 1DL

      Terminal Opening Hours are:
      09:00 – 17:00

      10:30 – 14:30 Friday to Monday
      CLOSED Tuesday to Thursday
      Terminal and car marshalling areas are opened 2 hours 30 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time.

      I hope this helps.

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