Plans Approved for New Isle of Man Ferry Terminal

   April 9, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

Construction of Isle of Man Ferry Terminal in Liverpool UK can start in the summer of 2019 after planning approval was confirmed today, April 9.

Chief Minister Howard Quayle MHK, welcomed the news saying they looked forward to seeing the new terminal take shape. He expressed his thanks to everyone who had been involved in enabling the project to reach that stage, with the promenade project currently well underway and Steam Packet purchased, that administration was proving it was getting things done for the long-term benefit of Isle of Man.

Quayle added that was the first time that the Isle of Man Government had owned property in the UK so it really was "a major step forward."

Isle of Man (Douglas, UK) cruise port

Image: Port of Isle of Man (Douglas, UK)

The ferry terminal will be built at Princes Half-Tide Dock, about 700 metres downriver of Pier Head facility. It will sit within Property’s Liverpool Waters and Peel Land.

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