Hull to Zeebrugge
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- Crossing time: 12 Hours 15 Minutes
- Vehicle check-in: Check-in closes at 17:00
- Foot passenger check-in: Arrive 10:40
Hull to Zeebrugge
Travel with P&O to Belgium, and enjoy the relaxing way of reaching the continent from the North of England. On P&O's luxury cruise ferries you can dine on delicious food, watch great, live entertainment in the evening, try your luck at the casino, and have a peaceful night's sleep in your cabin.
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Hull to Zeebrugge
Take a ferry to Belgium - the easy, stress-free way of arriving on the continent from the North of England with minimal driving.
With night-sailings on P&O's two luxury cruise ferries, you can relax at the bar, sample delicious food from the many restaurants and cafes onboard, sit back and relax to quality evening entertainment or even try your luck at the casino. The comfortable en-suite cabins will ensure you have a good night's sleep and wake up refreshed and ready to explore Belgium and beyond. Sailing to Zeebrugge will also cut miles of driving off your journey which will disappear into the night as you sleep.
The P&O Hull-Zeebrugge route gives you easy access to the rest of Belgium, France and beyond thanks to the excellent motorway network of Northern Europe. Zeebrugge is located along the great sandy beaches of the Belgian coast and is close to the major resorts of Ostend and Blankenberge.
A short drive away is the medieval town of Bruges, famous for its cobbled streets, quiet canals, lace boutiques and, of course, chocolate. Its historic centre is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and is teeming with places of interest.
Why not climb the 13th century Belfry whose carillon has rung every quarter hour for nearly seven and a half centuries, sample traditional Belgian beer at the Straffe Hendrik brewery, or stroll around the bustling market square. Alternatively you could head out further afield with the university city of Ghent, artisan Antwerp, cosmopolitan Brussels and the Ardennes all within easy reach.
The Hull-Zeebrugge ferry crossing leaves from King George Dock in Kingston-upon-Hull. Check-in time for both vehicles and foot passengers is 90 minutes before departure.
If you are travelling 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, and look out for 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. Customers travelling to Zeebrugge can use one of three open air carp parks in front of the terminal building. Parking costs £5 a day.
A bus to the terminal at King George's dock departs outside St Stephen's shopping centre at 17.15 and costs £3.25/€5 each way. 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.
The ferry terminal in Zeebrugge is situated at the outer dock (Buitenhaven), Leopold II Dam (Havendam). When you arrive in Zeebrugge, follow the signs marked 'Zone 1', 'Car ferries' and 'P&O Ferries/Hull'. Check-in times for foot passengers and vehicles is 90 minutes before departure. Short and long stay car parks are located near the terminal.
A shuttle bus makes several trips a day between Leopold II Dam (Havendam) and Bruges Central Railway Station, and costs £2/€3.50 each way. Bruges Central Station is serviced by national and international lines. There are four departures to Brussels a day, and the trip takes around 50 minutes. Belgium is connected to France, Holland and Germany via the TGV Thalys service with up to 3 trains daily from Paris to Brussels.
Disclaimer: Please note that departure and embarkation times given on this site are approximate averages, and are always subject to change due to weather conditions and other extenuating circumstances.