Do you live on the Isle of Man?
Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, Sea Terminal, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 2RF
Douglas is the Isle of Man’s capital and only ferry port. It acts as the access point to the Island’s endless scenic cycle paths and walking routes as well as the famous, adrenalin-filled TT and Festival of Motorcycling events held on the world famous Mountain Course.
Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Passenger Terminal, South Quay, Heysham, Lancashire, LA3 2XE
Heysham port acts as a gateway to many destinations in England and Scotland as it is just a short drive to the M6 Motorway. Experience the bright lights of Blackpool or the bustling city of Manchester. If you are looking for an active break, climb England’s highest mountain in the breath-taking Lake District.
Landing Stage Terminal, Off St Nicholas Place, Princes Parade, Liverpool, L3 1DL
Liverpool port is nestled within this cosmopolitan city, with cultural venues and shopping centres close by. Great road and rail networks link Liverpool to the rest of England, such as bustling Manchester. This port operates services from March to the end of October (Birkenhead as a substitute from November to February).
Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Terminal, Albert Quay, Belfast, BT3 9HY
There are countless art galleries, shopping centres and music venues to be explored in Belfast. The port is also a gateway to all Northern Ireland has to offer, such as Giant’s Causeway and visiting the world-famous Game of Thrones sets.
Dublin Port Terminal 1 (Irish Ferries Terminal), Terminal Road South, Dublin Port, Dublin 1, Ireland, Eircode, D01 W2F5
We offer the only ferry service from the Isle of Man to the vibrant, friendly city of Dublin. The port is a short distance from the bustling city centre bursting with culture, and also acts as a gateway to great transport networks to destinations across Ireland.
Essential engineering works mean there will be no weekend sailings between the Isle of Man and Birkenhead this winter.
The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company has been advised by Birkenhead Terminal officials that works need to be undertaken during weekends preventing Ben-my-Chree from berthing.You can find out more here