Are you looking for ferries in Blackpool? Here is everything that you need to know.
Unfortunately there is no ferry port in Blackpool. However, there is a ferry port at Fleetwood, which is a mere 9 miles from Blackpool. You can easily travel between Fleetwoodand Blackpoolusing public transport. The number 14 bus will take you from one destination to the next and this service operates 20 links daily. There is also a train service or you might wish to opt for a taxi. The main service, which operates at Fleetwood ferry port is between Fleetwood and Larne in Northern Ireland. For more information or for booking check out stenaline.com.
Liverpool and Heysham are the next nearest ferry ports to Blackpool. Liverpool is 27 miles from Blackpool while Heysham is 18 miles away. Heysham operates crossings to Larne while Liverpool operates crossings to both Larne and Dublin. Because Blackpool and Liverpool are on the United Kingdom’s west coast there are, like all other Western ferry ports, only crossings to Ireland available. If you wish to travel from Blackpool to continental Europe via ferry you will have to travel to the East coast of the United Kingdom. Alternatively you can sail to Ireland and get a ferry to France from there. There are a number of ferry crossings between Ireland and France available. These include Dublin to Cherbourg, Rosslare to Cherbourg and Cork to Roscoff. For more information or for booking check out ferrycrossings-uk.co.uk.
So there is everything that you need to know about ferries in Blackpool.