Liverpool Canal Link

Are you in need of recharging?

Our canals and rivers offer spaces on your doorstep to relax and reconnect when we need them the most.

A trip along the Liverpool Canal Link rewards visitors with easy access to one of Britain’s most cosmopolitan and dynamic cities.

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Following a £22 million facelift, the canal link opened to boats in April 2009 and extends from Stanley Dock Lock Flight on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal via Albert Dock to the South Docks. This stretch of canal travels along the city’s historic waterfront passing museums, restaurants and galleries making it a great option for a family day out. The canal also passes many listed buildings on its route into Liverpool including the photogenic Three Graces.

Book your passage through the Liverpool Canal Link

The Liverpool Canal Link is bookable online only. To booking, go to our boat licensing portal and click on 'my boats' and then 'bookings'.  

Liverpool Canal Link guidance

Days out in Liverpool

Albert Dock

We've put together a free guide detailing all you need to know about a day out at Albert Dock and the Liverpool Canal Link: