Stena Line Ferries - Liverpool Belfast ferry crossings
Liverpool Belfast ferries with Stena Line.
The ferry crossing from Liverpool to Belfast is a great way to visit the capital
city of Northern Ireland. Since the end of the Troubles, Belfast has transformed
itself into a major tourist destination and cultural centre, as well as being a
convenient point from which to embark on a driving holiday around Northern Ireland
and the Republic. And its helpful citizens are delighted to welcome you to their
very friendly city!
The ferry route from Belfast to Liverpool is served by the Stena Lagan and Stena
Mersey. Both ships have received a £2.3 million makeover. The result is more luxurious
lounge areas, a kids play area with a climbing wall, games room, better food and
free Wi-Fi. The cabins have been upgraded with the addition of Comfort Class cabins
on each ship. Family Cabins have a fridge with complimentary soft drinks, Tv, a
DVD and free family-friendly films.
The crossing time is approximately 8 hours with a choice of both day and night
sailings. There are several sailings each day, but the departure times depend on
the time of year, so follow this link to check the
Liverpool to Belfast
Both the Stena Lagan and the Stena Mersey were purpose built for the Liverpool
– Belfast route in 2005. They offer a range of facilities to make your journey relaxing
There is a choice of lounge areas to help you relax and unwind during your journey.
Mezzo Hand Held Entertainment Units, a games console room with large screen TVs
and Sony Playstation consoles will keep older chidren entertained, while for kids
there is a new children’s play area with numbered block games, mouse hole maze,
slung net bridge, crazy mirrors and a squeezer chicane. A cinema shows recent releases
and for your comfort four berth en-suite cabins are available onboard.
|The Seven Seas restaurant serves a full lunch during day sailings and
a 3 course evening meal is available on evening crossings. Vegetarian options
and kids meals are also available. There is also a snack bar on board.
Both ships accept pets and provide dedicated kennels and an exercise area.
Pets cost £15.
Liverpool is easily accessed from the end of the M62 Motorway, so from Ireland
you are delivered right into the northern heart of England. But Liverpool is now
a major tourist destination and was recently the European City of Culture. Take
some time to enjoy the city, or why not take advantage of Stena Line's short breaks