Belfast-Liverpool Ferry

The Belfast Liverpool route is a hugely popular route for ferry crossings between Northern Ireland and England. Book ferries from Belfast to Liverpool with Cheap 4 Ferries.

Belfast to Liverpool ferries with Stena Line
Belfast to Liverpool ferries with Stena Line.
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With Cheap 4 Ferries, you can book Belfast to Liverpool ferry tickets quickly and easily. Compare in real time every Liverpool Belfast ferry operator in just one search.

Stena Line is one of the leading ferry operator in Europe and offers a selection of routes between England, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland: Stena Line offers 2 crossings per day from Belfast to Liverpool, the journey taking approximately 8 hours.

You check for current availability and latest prices and special offers but you can check the current Belfast to Liverpool ferry timetables below.

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Belfast to Liverpool with Stena Line Stena Line

Timetables Number of Crossings Duration
Belfast - Liverpool Up to 2 per day approx. 8 hrs
Liverpool - Belfast Up to 2 per day approx. 8 hrs

Belfast-Liverpool Port Maps & Info

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About Belfast

Belfast ferry port is located close to the motorway and links Northern Ireland with the Isle of Man, Liverpool and Cairnryan in Scotland. There are two terminals, the Stena Line port complex and the Isle of Man Steam Packet terminal. Belfast the capital city of Northern Ireland, famous as the birthplace of the RMS Titanic, whose history is charted at Titanic Belfast. With Northern Ireland's "Troubles" consigned to history, Belfast today is a vibrant city of culture and well worth a visit.

About Liverpool

Liverpool ferry port covers both banks of the River Mersey and offers sailings to the Isle of Man, Ireland and Northern Ireland. One of the UK's major ports for both passengers and freight, there are several crossings each day via all routes. Famous as the home of the Beatles and two of the biggest football teams in England - Liverpool and Everton - Liverpool is a lively city with something for everyone.