VIDEO: Proposed Isle of Man Ferry Terminal in Liverpool

   October 30, 2018 ,   Cruise Industry

Artists' impressions of the new £30 million ferry terminal due to connect Liverpool and Isle of Man were revealed.

Manx government released the designs as it gets ready to lodge planning application in November.

The new facility is scheduled to open late 2020 with funding subject to Tynwald approval. Terminal's designs will be displayed at public exhibition in Liverpool from Thursday, November 1.

Freight and vehicles will be served by a £7.6 million link road.

The ferry terminal will be built half a mile (800 metres) from the current Pier Head facility located at Princes Half-Tide Dock.

The existing terminal will receive major redevelopment as cruise liner berth as part of £5 billion Liverpool Waterfront scheme.

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