Ferries from Hull

Ferries from Hull

There are only two passenger ferries that depart from the port of Hull and both those ferries from Hull are operated by P&O ferries. They are both overnight crossings, with one sailing from Hull to Rotterdam in Holland and the other sailing from Hull to Zeebrugge in Belgium.

Hull to Zeebrugge
Sailing Time: 13 Hours
1 Sailing per day @ 18:30
Car & 4 people from £122
Foot passengers from £27
Hull to Rotterdam
Sailing Time: 11 Hours
1 Sailing per day @ 20:30
Car & 4 people from £122
Foot passengers from £27

Both ferries from Hull sail just once a day – the Zeebrugge ferry departs from Hull at 6.30pm and 2 hours later the Rotterdam ferry departs Hull at 8.30pm. Both Hull ferries will take you across the North Sea on-board luxury cruise ferries. You will be able to relax in the evening and enjoy the on board shops and restaurants and then get a good night’s sleep in your very comfortable en suite cabin.

If you are thinking about a ferry from Hull, then you are likely traveling from the north East of England or even Scotland. Newcastle is the only other passenger ferry port in the North East of England and there is no longer any ferries from Scotland to mainland Europe.

Alternative Route – Try Sailing from Newcastle

Car & 4 passengers from £179
1 sailings per day       Sailing time: 15 hours
This route allows foot passengers, bicycles, motorcycles, cars, vans, motorhomes & caravans.

What ever your reason for considering a ferry from Hull, both routes will take you across the North Sea to mainland Europe. Wherever you may heading to in Europe, the excellent motorway connections of both Holland and Belgium will take you easily to France, Germany and beyond.

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  1. I travelled on the Hull ferry to Rotterdam last year (first time ever on an overnight ferry) and I really enjoyed it, such a different way to travel, so much more fun, relaxing and exciting than going by Plane.

    We were going on a family holiday to centre parcs in Holland, so ferry was the only real option for us to drive there (unless we drove all the way down south first to get the eurotunnel) and we will probably still fly most places, but I ‘ll certainly think about another ferry holiday.

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