Mersey Cruises in Liverpool has announced its busiest ever cruise programme for 2019, with 30 evening cruises taking place between April and September.

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Thousands of Mersey Ferries’ passengers will join in with tribute nights, a casino cruise and a raft of cruises featuring talented local performers.

The trips will all be on board the world-famous River Mersey, with a range of different musical acts organised, to entertain guests throughout their journey.

Mersey Ferries offers a number of group benefits including special rates, free coach parking and a dedicated groups officer.

Gary Evans, head of customer delivery at Mersey Ferries, said: “This year will be our most ambitious programme of cruises and events, and we’ve looked to provide a range of options for everyone.

“We’ve spent time working with our customers to understand what works for them, and what, from previous years, they’ve enjoyed from our entertainment offering.”

A considerable amount of tribute artists, including Abba, Take That, Queen, George Michael and Liverpool’s very own, The Beatles, will be on offer to get guests dancing the night away.

And if you don’t fancy an evening of classic tribute artists, the programme also includes several evenings dedicated to music through the ages, with a Big Band Swing Cruise all the way to the soulful tunes of Motown.

Mr Evans continued: “We really do believe this will be our most successful season, thanks to the diversity of our offer, our weekend sailings and the quality of the entertainment we’ve booked. We’re already looking forward to welcoming our customers on board.”

The cruises will be taking place between May and September, with each journey lasting for two and a half hours, featuring live entertainment from talented local performers.

Tickets for the Summer Evening Cruise programme are available from as little as £16 per person, with a fully licensed bar available on all cruises.

To book contact the ticket office on 0151 330 1003, or by visiting any Mersey Ferries terminal.

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