Book your ferry from LIVERPOOL BIRKENHEAD to BELFAST with NetFerry!
Are you organizing a vacation to Uk? Search for the best ferry from Liverpool Birkenhead to Belfast using Northern Ireland ferry search service by NetFerry. Our pages give you all of the information for your trip to Belfast from Liverpool Birkenhead including crossing prices, schedules and duration.
The route connecting Liverpool Birkenhead and Belfast is operated exclusively by Stena who make 14 weekly sailings available with travel times ranging bewteen 8 hours and 8 hr 30 min. morning and evening departure times for these crossings. In order to provide optimum passenger comfort, each ship is equipped with food shops, an information centre and accommodation suitable for all needs (according to availability).
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Port of LIVERPOOL BIRKENHEAD
Birkenhead is a town located on a peninsula opposite the city of Liverpool, in north-west England. There is a famous ferry across the River Mersey, linking Birkenhead and Liverpool. Passenger ferries for Belfast in Northern Ireland, leave from Birkenhead. At the ferry terminal, there are plenty of facilities including ticket & reservation office, toilets, baby changing facilities, refreshment area, a pay and display car park, payphones, disability assistance and free Wi‐Fi. How to get to Liverpool - Birkenhead terminal By train from Liverpool, take the train from Lime Street Station ... [More information]
Address: 12 Quays Terminal, Tower Road, Birkenhead, CH41 1FE
Directions: Google Map @ Liverpool Birkenhead, port
Guide of BELFAST
Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland and is located in a bay on the northeast coast of the island. It is here that the Titanic was built and today the city dedicates an entire neighbourhood and a monument to this tragic ship. It is an interesting capital from a cultural and artistic point of view as well as a very developed industrial hub. A brief history of Belfast In the 12th century, a manor castle was built by John de Courcy and it was from this spot that the city of Belfast grew. The city developed and became an important, flourishing cultural and commercial centre. This growt... [More information]
14 weekly sailings - Duration: 8 hours
Ships: Stena Edda , Stena Embla