Port of Hull

Ferry Routes and Cruises
(Hull, East Yorkshire, England, UK)

The Port of Hull provides services to Rotterdam (Europort) in The Netherlands, Zeebrugge in Belgium and Hamina and Helsinki in Finland.

P&O North Sea Ferries runs the services for Rotterdam and Zeebrugge while Finnlines Ferries operates the weekly crossing to Hamina and Helsinki.

Hull to Rotterdam

There is a daily crossing to Rotterdam (Europort) in The Netherlands operated by P&O North Sea Ferries. The total journey time is about 10 hours. P&O North Sea Ferries operates the service. Rotterdam is famed for its large harbour and its fascinating history. During World War II, the Dutch army did not surrender in time so the Germans bombed the city and virtually destroyed it. The city is the second largest after Amsterdam and boasts a number of interesting sites and attractions.

Hull to Zeebrugge Ferry Services

P&O North Sea Ferries also operates the route to Zeebrugge in Belgium. The crossing takes 12 hours, 30 minutes. Zeebrugge, the seaport of Bruges, is one of the fastest growing ports in the Le Havre-Hamburg range and over 700,000 passengers travel through it each year. Zeebrugge is a pleasant coastal town and well-known for its excellent sea food. Some of the best seafood restaurants in Belgium are situated in the old fish market.

Hull to Hamina and Helsinki Ferry Services

Finnlines Ferries runs weekly crossings to Hamina and Helsinki in Finland. The Port of Hamina is the fifth largest seaport in Finland. It is situated in the Gulf of Finland about 75 nautical miles from Finland's capital, Helsinki. From the Port of Hamina there are routes to destinations such as St Petersburg, Bilbao, Copenhagen, Antwerp, Amsterdam and Hamburg.

Helsinki boasts the largest port in Finland and it is the second largest in the Nordic region. Every year more than 9 million travellers and over 10 million tonnes of freight pass through the port. Major destinations from Helsinki are Turku in Finland, Tallinn in Estonia and Stockholm in Sweden.

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