A world Heritage site, with an abundance of character and steeped in maritime history.
Our Royal Albert Dock Moorings can be found in the center of the iconic Historic South Docks. The ‘Jewel in the Crown’ Albert Dock attracts thousands of tourists year on year. Royal Albert dock moorings consist of finger and linear pontoons, offering both electricity and water supply and can accommodate vessels up to a maximum beam of 9.5 m.
Albert Dock has toilet facilities on The Colonnades and limited shower facilities for berth holders accessed via CRT key. The showers are provided by and under the control of the local waterway and they do not form part of the mooring agreement. The Toilets are public toilets managed by the Royal Albert Dock company and do not form part of the moorings agreement.
Elsan, pump out and fuel facilities are available at Liverpool Marina*
PLEASE NOTE THESE MOORINGS ARE FOR LEISURE USE ONLY. YOU CANNOT LIVEABOARD AT THIS LOCATION. YOU MAY BE ASKED TO PROVIDE PROOF OF PRIMARY ADDRESS.
*Services vessel incur charges. Entrance is through Canning River Lock and requires a minimum of 24hrs notice for operation and incurs a charge
**Please be advised Visitor Moorings at Salthouse Dock can be booked on the Canal and River Trust website by booking passage through the Liverpool Link via your license account.
James Street Station
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No public access to boats
The moorings can be viewed from the dockside path.