An unforgettable experience could be hidden underneath the Christmas tree for your loved ones this festive season, thanks to Mersey Ferries and its popular Manchester Ship Canal Cruise vouchers.
A 2019 voucher is an ideal present for those who love to take in the sights and enjoy quality downtime on a relaxing day out. Cruising along the world-famous canal is a wonderful experience which creates lasting memories to cherish throughout the year.
And a voucher for the 2019 sailings will allow passengers to become part of a significant year in the canal’s history, as it celebrates 125 years since its opening.
When the canal was opened by HM Queen Victoria in 1894, it immediately became the largest river navigation canal in the world and spearheaded deep-sea shipping into the heart of Manchester.
Today, the Manchester Ship Canal Cruises travel 35-miles along the famous waterway taking in its rich history and spectacular scenery, leaving passengers with an overwhelming appreciation of how the canal’s construction shaped the North West of England.
During the 6-hour cruise, fascinating live commentary from a guide can be heard on board the ferry, giving insight into the most famous engineering wonder of the late Victorian age.
On board, there is a bar selling light snacks and refreshments.
The gift vouchers are priced at £44 each and come with a presentation wallet. The vouchers can be exchanged for a ticket on any scheduled cruise during 2019. Cruises are suitable for guests aged 16 and above and must be booked in advance. At the end of the cruise your loved ones will be picked up to make their return journey by coach to their departure point.
For further information about the Manchester Ship Canal Cruise gift vouchers please visit www.merseyferries.co.uk/giftvouchers
"The 2019 sailingswill allow passengers to become part of a significant year in thecanals history, as it celebrates 125 years since its opening"
Gary Evans, from Mersey Ferries
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