A significant show honoring the Queen was participated in by boats on the River Mersey.
A piper played before and after the minute-long performance as around 20 operating boats blasted their horns.
Public spectators lined both sides of the river as river tugs shot water from their fire cannons.
At 14:00 BST, Mersey Ferries, the Disney Magic cruise ship, RNLI lifeboats, river tugs, and pilot launch boats were among the vessels on exhibit.
Additionally, it affected vessels at the Cammell Laird shipyard at Birkenhead as well as the dock systems in Liverpool and Wirral.
Bebington resident Laura Carter said that she experienced emotion when seeing the show.
She admitted to BBC Radio Merseyside that she felt really pleased to be British.
Mal, an acquaintance from Aintree who was also a spectator, called the show “amazing” and a “great homage.”
Liverpool City Region Mayor Steve Rotheram stated in a statement before to the memorial that it would be a “unique homage” to a “amazing life.”
According to him, the area has strong nautical ties to the Royal Family, as shown by Her Majesty’s many visits to the Port of Liverpool over the course of her 70-year reign and by royal warships as well.
According to him, the “magnificent maritime display” was “an opportunity for members of the seafaring community, local residents, and tourists, to pay their respects on our renowned waterfront in the manner that only our area can do best.”
The ceremony was held in front of the Royal Liver Building, the Cunard Building, and the Port of Liverpool Building, together known as the Three Graces.