We get an exclusive voyage on Titanic Hotel’s new water taxi

We got an exclusive invitation to ride on the Titanic hotels new water taxi service, running between the Titanic Hotel and Mann Island. It is the first of it’s kind in the city, taking guests on a historical tour around Liverpool’s maritime heritage.

Taxi Boat

Starting with historical sights such as Stanley Dock’s Rum Warehouse and Tobacco Warehouse – the world’s largest brick warehouse – the service will also include scenic views of the six clock faced Victoria Tower at Salisbury Dock, Princes Dock and the Liver Building before finishing at Mann Island.

The 40-minute independent service is run by two qualified skippers operating daily departure times for guests. As well as the water taxi service, guests can also enjoy the cruise option complete with a bottle of prosecco and a selection of nibbles that can be pre-ordered from the hotel.

Liverpool Boat Charter is also planning to increase the operating fleet with a 38 passenger boat, Skylark, to offer the service to larger groups and corporate clients of the hotel.

Ian Gray, General Manager at Titanic Hotel Liverpool, said: “This service will not only enhance our offering to guests, it’s also the only one of its kind linking Stanley Dock to Mann Island and the city centre beyond.

Titanic Hotel

“We’ve already seen a strong interest in bookings and hope to increase the offering soon with the addition of the second vessel.”

Peter Kenny, Liverpool Boat Charter, added: “It’s been great to link up with Titanic Hotel Liverpool and offer this service to its guests. With the famous Mersey on its doorstep it would be a real shame not to make the most of it by offering this unique transport experience.”

The taxi route will cease operation between January to mid-March 2016.

For more information and bookings, please contact the hotel on 0151 559 1444 or email info@titanichotelliverpool.com.

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  1. carole towler

    3 years ago  

    what a brilliant idea. i will definitely try this service out when i come to liverpool next

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