Ferry from Harwich to Cuxhaven in Germany

Ferry from Harwich to Cuxhaven in Germany

The Harwich to Cuxhaven ferry is now closed. DFDS Seaways sailed it’s last crossing between England and Germany in November 2005 bringing to end a passenger ferry connection between the UK and Germany.

However, you can still reach Germany by ferry using either our Newcastle to Amsterdam or Hull to Rotterdam routes and continue to enjoy safe and relaxing ferry travel to mainland Europe.

The Hull to Rotterdam route features overnight crossings similar to our Hull to Zeebrugge service. Your ticket will include a comfortable cabin and the ships boast a range of dining and entertainment options, including two cinema screens and a casino. You’ll then disembark in Rotterdam which offers excellent road links to Germany.

From Amsterdam, you will follow a similar route as if arriving in Rotterdam. You will take a scenic drive through Holland into Germany.

Why not have a look at our Holland or Germany Destination Guides for inspiration on places to see and do while making your road trip.

One thought on “Ferry from Harwich to Cuxhaven in Germany

  1. I took the ferry out of Hamburg once, and in once too! It was a magnificent route. Sailing into Cuxhaven was never quite the same so after that I did Dover Calais, then the drive. The drive time given here of 6h55 is not realistic unless driving at night- the Ruhrgebiet gets very busy!!!

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