The Alderney Ferry Terminal is located just off Asahara Road, near the entrance of the Booth Tunnel in Alderney City, Alderney in Grand Theft Auto IV. It is based on the Hoboken Terminal in New Jersey.
However, in game, it is otherwise known as the Liberty Ferry Terminal. It is run by the Liberty Transit Authority. This is strange considering the ferry terminal is actually located in the independent State of Alderney. Its misnaming could have been a mistake made by Rockstar during the development of GTA IV and its episodes.
The terminal has altogether five ports for ships to anchor. However, only one of the ports has a red light for the guidance of the ships. It is the second port from the right of the terminal. Despite this, no ferries nor cruise liners are seen entering the terminal. The five ports are also always empty. The terminal may serve as a spot for people to travel by sea, and may also serve as a spot for illegal immigrants to enter Liberty City. In the middle of the terminal, there are three bus stops and also a huge bus box for buses to park. Like every other bus stop in the game, no buses are seen using them. The terminal has tight security, with Alderney State Police carrying Carbine Rifles stationed in every corner of the terminal. Despite this, in one of the Drug Wars stashing missions, the stash was located inside the terminal, which presumably was brought in by sea. Although it is run by the LTA, the terminal is in very poor condition, with the letters 'L' and "T" of the word "Liberty" missing, along with the letter "R" of the word "ferry", which shows how badly the terminal is being managed.
The Alderney Ferry Terminal has its first major role during the first random encounter with Eddie Low, when Niko drives Eddie to the ferry terminal to dump a duffle bag (presumably with a dead body inside) in the river. The terminal is also the location of a Most Wanted mission. There is an armor pickup at the end of the easternmost wall.