Hull to Rotterdam
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- Crossing time: 12 Hours
- Vehicle check-in: closes 90 mins before departure
- Foot passenger check-in: closes 90 mins before departure
Holland Short Breaks
Sail across the North Sea from Hull on a daily overnight sailing & book a short break for 2 passengers & 1 car from £159!
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Hull to Rotterdam
P&O's Hull-Rotterdam ferry is the gateway to Holland and Germany, thanks to the city’s excellent motorway connections. Passengers travel between Hull and Rotterdam by night in one of P&O's luxury cruise ships, with onboard entertainment, comfy en-suite cabins, and a choice of bars and restaurants.
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Hull to Rotterdam
P&O's Hull-Rotterdam ferry is the gateway to Holland and Germany, thanks to the city’s excellent motorway connections.
Passengers travel between Hull and Rotterdam by night in one of P&O's luxury cruise ships. Quality onboard entertainment and comfortable en-suite cabins will ensure you have a fantastic evening and wake up from an excellent night's sleep, refreshed and ready to go!
Whilst onboard, you have a choice of bars and restaurants catering for everything from light snacks and beverages at the coffee shop and carvery dining at the Four Seasons to first class dining in Langan's Brasserie.
After you've eaten, why not enjoy a drink in the bar, relax with a glass in the wine bar, or take in the breathtaking panoramic views from the Sky Lounge. Catch the latest films at one of the two onboard cinemas, try your luck in the casino, or watch a live cabaret show in the Sunset Show Lounge. And if you want to dance into the small hours, the late disco plays all of your favourite hits! Top-notch performances from the resident band will keep you entertained throughout the evening.
A commission free bureau de change can be found on board, as well as extensive onboard shopping facilities with savings of up to 50% off high street prices.Excellent road access to Northern Europe makes Hull to Rotterdam an ideal route for exploring the many interesting towns, cities and regions of the Netherlands, including Amsterdam with its stunning architecture, galleries and night-life, the medieval town of Maastricht, De Efteling theme park and the beautiful Dutch coast.
The Hull-Rotterdam 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. A multi-storey car park is available to customers travelling to Rotterdam Europoort, chargeable at £5 per 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 Rotterdam-Hull ferry actually departs from Europoort, which 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 is 5805. Check-in time for both vehicles and foot passengers is 90 minutes before departure.
A shuttle bus runs between Europoort and Rotterdam, departing from Europoort after the ferry has arrived, and from Rotterdam central railway station at 17:00 at the 'Eurolines' bus stop at Kruisplein. Tickets cost £3.50/€4.50.
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.