Hull ferry port in England connects you with Rotterdam in Holland with a choice of up to 7 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Hull to Rotterdam crossing is from 11 hours and the crossing is operated by P&O Ferries.
There are 2 different ferry services that travel to Hull, the ferry from Rotterdam in Holland, and the ferry from Zeebrugge in Belgium, both of which are served by P&O Ferries. There are 7 ferries sailing a week for each of these routes, with sail times being about 11 hours for the route from Rotterdam, and 13 hours and 15 minutes for the route from Zeebrugge. All ferries that are run by P&O Ferries have the most modern amenities onboard, and there is also room for you to bring your car with you on your journey.
Whilst there are 7 ferries a week for each route, the number of ferries may change due to times of year and other external factors. We therefore recommend checking before you book, although we will always do our best to try and give you the best route and time possible for whenever you are sailing.
Yes, you are currently able to take your car with you on the ferry to Hull, although you are not able to bring your pet with you. There are also many other facilities onboard these ferries, including wheelchair accessibility, and restaurants and other such.
Hull port is a small port, and therefore does not have many facilities beyond the very basic ones, such as toilets, wheelchair access, and a shop and small café. There is large car park outside the terminal, and the local bus stop and train station are within easy access.
Terminal 1,King George Dock,Hedon Road,Hull HU9 5PS,UK Terminal 2,King George Dock,Hedon Road,Hull HU9 5PR,UK
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