THE popular 2018 Evening Cruises programme from Mersey Ferries is returning to the River Mersey this Saturday (28th April), with a gangster and moll-themed murder mystery night.
The ‘Public Enemy Number One’ Who Dunnit cruise, is a two-hour interactive experience set in 1920s Chicago, and follows Al Capone, who is supplying the city’s speakeasies with liquor, which must be transported by water – across the sea and up river.
Guests can watch the case unfold before their eyes as they join the ‘The North Side Gang’ for an evening of gangsters, molls, illegal liquor and old scores that need settling.
Gary Evans from Mersey Ferries said: “These murder mystery themed cruises are hugely popular and we’re delighted to be taking the ferries back in time to host an evening of intrigue, action and humour once more this weekend.
“2018 is set to be a great year for our evening cruises, as they’re now available on Friday and Saturday nights throughout the season.
“The programme is packed with lots of live entertainment this year, so those on-board will not only enjoy a first-class performance but also fantastic views of Liverpool’s iconic waterfront at sunset.”
Aspiring investigators on the Who Dunnit murder mystery cruises will work to solve the crimes committed on board the ferry, whilst enjoying a light supper of homemade scouse (vegetarian scouse is also offered). A fully-licenced bar will also be available throughout the night.
The cruise will take place on Saturday, 28 April and depart from Seacombe at 7:20pm then the
Pier Head, Liverpool at 7:30pm. The cruise will last for two hours with guests returned to their original departure terminal.
Tickets are priced at £25 and can be purchased by calling 0151 330 1003 or visiting http://www.merseyferries.co.uk/cruises/