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Ferries from Hull

North Sea Ferries from Hull to Rotterdam and Hull to Zeebrugge

Ferries from Hull offer 2 routes: from Hull to Rotterdam Europoort, in Holland, and Hull to Zeebrugge in Belgium. Both routes are operated by P&O Ferries. For more info, see our specific pages on these routes:

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Hull Ferries

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About Hull Ferry Port and Hull Ferries

Ferries from Hull serve travellers from the north of England, Scotland, midlands and east, with ferries to Holland and Belgium. Hull Port is well situated for any travellers based in northern England wanting to get to the continent (ferries go to both Holland and Belgium) easily, without taking a long car journey to get to the south coast of England for the cross Channel ferries. Hull port offers some limited services, such as toilets and free parking.

Where is Hull Ferry Port?

Hull Ferry Port by Car

The main ferry port at Hull is at King George Dock and is operated by P&O Ferries. Hull ferry port has good links to the major UK road network, and is easily accessible from the M62, which in turn is easy to reach from the other main motorways in the area, including the M1. Hull ferry port can also be approached from south of the Humber River, from the M180, the A15 across the Humber Bridge.

Hull Ferry Port by Coach

National Express offer a regular coach service to Hull, with some direct coaches, or some journeys requiring to change coaches at Leeds, although your complete trip can be booked on one ticket. See National Express for more...

Hull Ferry Port by Train

Regular trains run to Hull Paragon Station, which is about 3 miles from the port.

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Ferry Operators from Hull

Ferries from Hull port are operated by P&O Ferries.

Ferry Routes from Hull

There are 2 routes for passenger and car ferries from Hull.

Alternative Ferry Ports and Ferry Routes

There are several ferry ports on the eastern side of England and Scotland, all offering services to Holland, Belgium and Denmark. If you are based in South or East England, then Harwich ferry port offers ferry routes to Denmark and to Holland. If you are based in the north of England, then Newcastle, Hull, or Rosyth in Scotland, may be good alternative ports. If you are based in the south of England, then Ramsgate in Kent might be a good option, or one of the cross Channel ferries from Dover, or the Channel Tunnel.

Alternative ferry routes to Holland

Alternative ferry routes to Belgium

Alternative Ferry Routes to Denmark

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