Travelling by ferry to Hull

Need to get to Hull by ferry? Looking for information and ferry tickets to Hull? Vivanoda helps you find the best deals on ferries to Hull from all 3 ports including Rotterdam and Zeebrugge. There are a total of 2 ferry routes operated by P&O Ferries.

The P&O Ferries lines to Hull have a frequency of around 14 crossings a week.

Statistics of Hull ferry port

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Tips for cheaper and better ferry travel to Hull

You will make the right choice by choosing the ferry to Hull. This means of transport has undeniable advantages: comfortable, relaxing, economical... Here are some tips to save money on your ferry crossing to Hull and travel in the best conditions:

Avoid seasonal peaks
Going to Hull in high season can be very expensive, with prices double or even triple those of other periods. The on-board experience also changes when it is busy.
Avoid booking at the last minute
As with other modes of transport, P&O Ferries fares tend to rise as your departure date gets closer. Booking early usually gives you the best fares and ensures space.
Don't arrive late on board in Hull
After a certain time, access to the ship is no longer guaranteed. Make sure you arrive at the port of Rotterdam or Zeebrugge within the time limit set by P&O Ferries.

All crossings to Hull ferry port

What better way to start your trip to Hull than with a ferry crossing? P&O Ferries ferries to Hull offer a comfortable and affordable alternative for travellers who want to avoid the long queues and tedious boarding procedures at airports. Moreover, you can take your car or motorbike on board, allowing you to explore Hull and its surroundings in complete freedom as soon as you arrive.

With a wide choice of ferry companies and routes from Rotterdam or Zeebrugge to Hull, use our fare comparison platform to find the best deals on ferries to Hull for your budget and preferences. All you have to do is search!

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Where is the ferry terminal in Hull?

Hull Ferry Terminal
Hull Ferry Terminal is located 2.5 mi from Hull city centre.

FAQs about ferries to Hull

To travel to Hull by ferry, you can depart from 3 ports in 2 countries: Rotterdam and Zeebrugge.

Ferry services to Hull are operated by 1 ferry companies: P&O Ferries

Ferry timetables to Hull can vary significantly depending on the time of year and ferry company (P&O Ferries). We strongly recommend you search for timetables on Vivanoda.

It depends on the route you want to take. The shortest crossing on the Rotterdam - Hull route takes 11 hours 30 min, while the longest crossing from Zeebrugge - Hull takes almost 14 hours 30 min.

The price of a ferry to Hull varies greatly, depending on whether you travel by car, on foot or by bike and the time of year. Vivanoda helps you find the best deals from P&O Ferries to Hull.

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Ferry to Hull: Travel Guide

When to take the ferry to Hull?

The best time to travel to the UK is generally in summer, from June to August. During this period, temperatures average between 15 and 25 degrees Celsius, providing pleasant conditions in which to explore the many tourist sites and enjoy the country's magnificent landscapes. The days are also longer, which means more time to explore the bustling cities of London, Edinburgh and Belfast, as well as the magnificent national parks, coastlines and castles.

However, even in summer, it's important to be prepared for sudden showers and unexpected temperature changes. It is advisable to bring waterproof clothing to deal with any unforeseen weather conditions.

Discover the country from Hull port

Ports served
The UK has several major ports served by ferry companies. The main ferry ports in the UK are Portsmouth, Plymouth, Poole, Southampton, Dover, Newhaven, Harwich and Liverpool. You can find ferry crossings from these ports to various destinations in Europe, including France, Spain, the Netherlands, Ireland and many more.

Ferry companies
There are several ferry companies serving British ports. The best known are Brittany Ferries, P&O Ferries, DFDS Seaways, Irish Ferries, Stena Line and Corsica Linea. Each of these companies offers different fares and timetables, so it's important to compare before booking your ferry journey.

Discover the region from Hull

One of the most popular ports for ferry travel to England is Calais, located in northern France. From there, you can easily reach Dover, in the south of England, in just 90 minutes. Dover is known for its famous white cliffs, as well as its bustling port which offers a multitude of opportunities for travellers.

Another popular port for ferry travel to England is Plymouth, located in the southwest of England. Plymouth offers a variety of tourist attractions, including the Plymouth Hoe, a beautiful waterfront with stunning ocean views. You can also visit the National Marine Aquarium, one of the largest aquariums in Europe, or the Royal Navy Museum.

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