Ferries - Hull
sail in each direction between Hull and
Rotterdam, Netherlands and Zeebrugge,
Belgium. Enjoy dinner and a show or a
flutter in the casino before retiring to
your cabin for a good night's rest.
Meals (dinner and breakfast) and bus
transfers to/from Hull, Amsterdam,
Rotterdam and Bruges can be reserved
along with passage.
Bunk style beds with en suite shower
room and WC. Towels and bed linen are
provided and there is sufficient space
to hang clothes. Outside cabins have a
Some cabin types on the Hull -
Rotterdam route have two single beds. A
limited number of cabins have a double
Club cabins have in addition... A
spacious bedroom with color TV,
bathrobes, telephone, fresh fruit, tea
and coffee making facilities, stocked
mini bar and complimentary breakfast in
the self service restaurant for each
night spent on board. Plus NEW Priority
boarding for cars only provided you
check in at least 90 minutes before
Categories - all en suite
Club cabins - Located in a
quiet section of the ship. All have a
sea view, include priority boarding,
breakfast, more space and a range of
luxurious extras, such as bathrobes,
television, tea and coffee making
Outside cabins - Located throughout
the ship. All have a sea view. Cheaper
cabins are usually located towards the
front and rear.
Inside cabins - Located
throughout the ship. Often cheaper than
outside cabins and in some cases
smaller. The most comfortable will be
located in the center of the ship. There
is no sea view.
Economy cabins - The best value
cabins available on most ships and
located in less accessible or desirable
areas. These cabins may be the smallest
on the ship. Some may not be accessible
by a lift. These are not recommended for
young children, the elderly or infirm.
Bed: These are two single lower
beds placed side by side. Some cabins
have double beds.
Berths: These are upper and lower
bunk beds. The top berth is accessible
by ladder and is not suitable for the
elderly or infirm.
With excellent links to the motorway
network, the port of Hull in East
Yorkshire handles over 1 million
passengers each year. When planning your
journey, please remember that the
check-in time for vehicles is 90 minutes
before departure, and for foot
passengers, 90 minutes before departure.
King George Dock
By car: From the north and west
follow either the M62 or A1079 to the
A63 and Hull City Centre. Follow the
signs to King George Dock and Ferries.
From the south follow the A15 across the
Humber Bridge & then turn east along the
A63 to Hull City Centre. Follow the
signs to King George Dock & Ferries.
Parking for cars is free of charge at
Hull: Customers travelling to Europoort
can park in the multi-storey car park,
whilst there are 3 open-air car parks in
front of the terminal building for use
for Zeebrugge passengers.
By bus/coach: From Hull Paragon
Railway Station to the terminal at King
George Dock: departure at 18:00 hours.
From King George Dock to Hull Paragon
Station: departure after arrival of
ship. National Express operates daily
direct services to and from the
terminal. Principal pick-up points are:
York, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester,
Bradford, Newcastle, Sunderland, Thirsk,
Glasgow and Edinburgh.
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Rotterdam Port Information
The port of Rotterdam (Europoort) covers
an area of 40 kilometres, from the
centre of the city to the North Sea.
When planning your journey, please
remember that the check-in time for
vehicles is 90 minutes before departure,
and for foot passengers, 90 minutes
Luxembourg Weg No. 2
3198 LG Europoort
By car: The terminal in Europoort
lies approximately 24 miles from the
centre of Rotterdam. On approaching
Rotterdam, follow the signs for 'Europoort'.
In the Europoort area, just follow the
signs 'Engeland' and 'P&O Ferries'. The
dock number (Havennummer) of P&O Ferries
By bus/coach: From Rotterdam
Central Railway Station to Europoort:
departure is at 17:00 hours at the "Eurolines"
bus stop at Kruisplein. From Amsterdam
Central Railway Station to Europoort:
departure is at 17:00 hours at bus stop
H3. From Europoort to Rotterdam Central
Railway Station: departure is after the
arrival of the ship. Bus tickets need to
be pre-booked at our Reservations
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Zeebrugge Port Information
The Belgian port of Zeebrugge has grown
into Flandersí most important passenger
port because of its central location and
easy access. When planning your journey,
please remember that the check-in time
for vehicles is 90 minutes before
departure, and for foot passengers, 90
minutes before departure.
Leopold II Dam 13 (Havendam)
By car: The ferry terminal in
Zeebrugge is situated at the outer dock
(Buitenhaven), Leopold II Dam (Havendam).
In Zeebrugge follow the signs marked
'Zone 1', 'Car ferries' and 'P&O
Ferries/Hull'. There are short and long
stay car parking facilities at the port,
all payable locally.
By train: Bruges Central Station
is serviced by national and
international lines. Belgium is
connected to France, Holland and Germany
via the TGV Thalys service with up to 3
trains daily from Paris to Brussels.
From Brussels there are 4 departures an
hour to Bruges. The journey takes
approximately 50 minutes.
By bus/coach: There are daily bus
departures to and from the main entrance
Bruges Central Railway Station to the
terminal at Leopold II Dam (Havendam).
01 January - 31 December 2008
With an overnight service departing
every day, travelling between Hull and
Rotterdam or Zeebrugge is simple and
Hull - Zebrugge latest check in time:
Hull - Rotterdam latest check in time:
Port Information: Hull, Zebrugge,
Crossing time: from 12 hrs. 30 min
TIMES ARE LOCAL. NO SAILINGS ON
CHRISTMAS EVE, CHRISTMAS DAY.
ALL TIMETABLES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Hull - Zeebrugge