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Plans Approved For Landmark Liverpool Cruise Terminal



Plans Approved For Landmark Liverpool Cruise TerminalThe city’s new terminal, situated within Peel L&P’s £5bn Liverpool Waters scheme, will be constructed at the Princes Jetty site. The proposal will enable the world’s largest cruise ships (up to 3,600 passengers) to embark and disembark at Liverpool, providing a world-class experience for cruise companies and passengers.

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Work Has Begun On Liverpool’s New Terminal



Queen Mary 2 moored in LiverpoolIn late May an overwater jack-up platform arrived in the River Mersey to begin site investigations on the bedrock on which much of the new facility will be built. The aim is to establish the strength of the seabed near to the Princes Jetty.

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New £50m Cruise Terminal proposed for Liverpool




The council is looking to create an “international standard”, permanent facility which would enable the city to welcome the world’s biggest cruise ships. The application includes the controlled removal of Princes Jetty and the construction of a new terminal set within a statement building, based on a new suspended deck structure in the river. (theguideliverpool.com)

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Liverpool City Council chooses cruise terminal design team




Queen Mary 2 moored in LiverpoolPlans to build a cruise terminal able to handle turnaround calls of ships up to 3,600 passenger capacity in Liverpool in the north west of England has taken a step forward as the city council has appointed a team to design the facility, Place North West, an online publication, said on its website. 8cruisebusiness.com)

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Liverpool Celebrates Record-breaking Year



Queen Mary 2 moored in LiverpoolLast year was quite a season for the UK port with highlights including the inaugural Disney Magic visit, celebrations to mark the 100th anniversary of the Cunard Building which saw Queen Elizabeth sail in to the city and the first Royal christening of a Mersey ship for 50 years.

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Liverpool approves £950,000 feasibiity study for larger cruise terminal



Queen Mary 2 moored in Liverpool“The west coast UK port has long held ambitions to expand its offer with the construction of a purpose built facility capable of attracting additional turnaround business and handling up to 3,600 passengers,” Cruise Liverpool that promotes the city for the cruise industry said in a statement. (cruisebusiness.com)

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Liverpool City Council commissions cruise terminal design



Queen Mary 2 moored in LiverpoolThe Liverpool City Council in the UK has decided to commission a design for a permanent cruise terminal able to handle turnaround calls by vessels of 3,600 passenger capacity and to replace the current, temporary and much smaller structure. (cruisebusiness.com)

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