Thousands are expected to line the Pier Head to see the 65,000 tonne warship when it docks at Liverpool Cruise Terminal this Friday 28th February. Nearly 13,000 free tickets to board the aircraft carrier were given away online within an hour of them going live.
The epic Virgin Voyages cruise liner is visiting Liverpool today before heading to New York. The 2,700 passenger luxury liner is set to arrive into Liverpool Cruise Terminal at around 10am, depending on the weather.
The Peel Group has reaffirmed its ambitious plans for the Ocean Gateway over the next decade with key projects and collaboration delivering substantial economic benefits to the Northern Powerhouse during 2020.
The development, located half a mile from the current facility, will include a 30,000 sq ft terminal building catering for the hundred of thousands of people who travel between Liverpool and the Isle of Man every year.
Liverpool Waters has welcomed two start-up business tenants to The Quay, Princes Dock, with professional services firm Odin Consulting and financial services provider Epic Finance having recently moved into the city centre location.
With the fireworks and 10 specially commissioned light installations heading to Liverpool for the week, it’s the perfect opportunity to get the whole family down for a weekend of fun in the city.
The Cruise Terminal Hotel facilities include a lobby bar, cafe, restaurant, business suite and back of house facilities as well as visitor and coach parking, and a taxi pick-up and drop-off point.
Liverpool’s record-breaking cruise season will reach a high-water mark tomorrow when the city welcomes the iconic Queen Mary 2 to the Mersey. The largest ocean liner ever built will provide a spectacular view whilst moored in front the city’s World Heritage waterfront.
Thousands of jobs could be created by a scheme that aims to harness the tidal power of the Mersey. The scheme could also help the Liverpool City Region become zero carbon by 2040.