The Pride of Sefton

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Royal Albert Dock
Liverpool
L3 4AA

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No fixed venue address. +44 (0) 151 530 5460

The Pride of Sefton will be moored in the Royal Albert Dock. At the time of writing, we don’t know the exact mooring spot. You will need to look at the moorings and boat names to locate this widebeam canal vessel.

W: prideofseftonboats.co.uk
F: @prideofsefton
T:  @prideofsefton

Bus route 7, 10A Q, 18, 79, 82, 86A, 86C and 86 Q all drop at canning Place, leaving you with the walk crossing the Strand and in to the docks.

Map link: https://goo.gl/maps/po2p2AcRobB39Pt59

Closest train station Liverpool James Street

Walk from Lime Street 20-minute walk, using Lime Street Ranelagh Street, Hanover Street, Canning Place, Strand Street, Salthouse Quay, entering the Albert Dock via the Salthouse Dock bridge.

What three words are unknown at the time of going to print as mooring allocations change frequently.

Upcoming Events

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The Mersey Mash: Mixer # 5

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Pride of Sefton dock tours 30Oct

Pride of Sefton dock tours

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Pride of Sefton dock tours 30Oct

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An incredible opportunity to look at Liverpool from the water (from a widebeam canal boat), experiencing the sort of vantage many migrants witness.

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Pride of Sefton dock tours 30Oct

Pride of Sefton dock tours

An incredible opportunity to look at Liverpool from the water (from a widebeam canal boat), experiencing the sort of vantage many migrants witness.

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Pride of Sefton dock tours 30Oct

Pride of Sefton dock tours

An incredible opportunity to look at Liverpool from the water (from a widebeam canal boat), experiencing the sort of vantage many migrants witness.

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