A trip on the Mersey Ferry is a great way to view visiting cruise ships alongside the Cruise Terminal and the UNESCO world heritage waterfront.

Additionally The prestigious Cunard Line has welcomed the luxurious vessel Queen Victoria and proving she’s ‘knot’ the only Queen on the sea, Liverpool has also welcomed Queen Elizabeth.

Enjoy the splendour of seeing Disney Magic once again as she continues to make her return her annual return to the world famous waterfront.

Liverpool’s cruise industry is expected to bring in more than £7 million to the local economy in 2018.

Assistant Mayor and cabinet member for culture, tourism and events, Councillor Wendy Simon, said: “For more than a decade, Liverpool has been a leading destination within the travel, hospitality and cruise sector. We’re thrilled to have so many ships making their inaugural visit to the city and delighted to welcome back old friends.

“Our cruise offering is exceptional and we look forward to welcoming more than 100, 000 people to experience the city and all it has to offer.”

Peter Murney, Liverpool’s Cruise and Operations Manager, said: “Here at Cruise Liverpool, we welcome the world to the heart of our city and to the birthplace of passenger shipping.

Last year, thousands of people made their way to Liverpool’s waterfront to gaze in awe at these impressive ships.