CRUISE SEASON BRINGS IN £7M

Cunard’s Three Queens in Liverpool Liverpool Cruise Terminal helped to generate an economic impact of about £7m during the summer season after welcoming more than 100,000 passengers, according to the latest figures. A report to go before the city council’s Culture, Tourism and Events Select Committee next week said 63 cruise liners visited, bringing 114,676Continue reading “CRUISE SEASON BRINGS IN £7M”

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Cunard liners mark 175th anniversary in Liverpool

Video: Red Arrows fly over the three Queens in Liverpool Three famous ocean liners have sailed together in Liverpool for the first time to mark Cunard’s 175th anniversary. The Queen Mary 2, the Queen Victoria and the Queen Elizabeth saluted the city where Samuel Cunard began his transatlantic line in 1840. Thousands of people linedContinue reading “Cunard liners mark 175th anniversary in Liverpool”

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River ballet will see Three Queens dance together on River Mersey for 175th anniversary

Cunard’s Three Queens sailing together While Liverpool’s streets were the focus for the public spectaculars of 2014, this year is all about the city’s most important highway – the River Mersey. Plans are being made for six weeks of waterborne festivities which are expected to draw more than a million people to the Mersey waterfront between MayContinue reading “River ballet will see Three Queens dance together on River Mersey for 175th anniversary”

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