Hull Zeebrugge Ferry

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  • 6 crossings weekly
    13 hr 15 min
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  • Hull - Zeebrugge

    Car + 2
    Travel: Sunday, 28 July 2019 - Monday, 29 July 2019
    from: £215
    P&O Ferries

Hull Information

The Hull ferry port is located on the river Humber and is approximately 25 miles from the river's mouth and the North Sea. The city of Hull is located in the East Riding of Yorkshire, and is one of the county's biggest cities. Hull was the parliamentary seat of William Wilberforce, who set in motion the events that lead to the abolition of the slave trade in Britain. Amongst the city's landmarks are the KC Stadium and the Hull Truck theatre, as well as several large shopping centres, and miles of industry along the riverbanks.


Zeebrugge Information

Zeebrugge ferry port is linked with Bruges by a 7.5 mile canal and is very close to the fashionable sea Resort of Knokke and the pituresque village of Lissewege. Zeebrugge ferry port easily accessed via the N34, N9 and E40 from Dunkirk (Dunkerque) and Calais and also from Antwerp, Knokke and Holland. Just follow signs for the ferry port.

On the Zeebrugge sea front, beaches, hotels and cafes give tourists a warm welcome. The Zeebrugge wholesale fish market is one of the largest of its kind in Europe. Zeebrugge is of course a popular destination for those wanting to visit Brugges, one of Europe's most scenic cities.

Alternative Routes

  • 7 hr
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  • Hull - Rotterdam Europoort
    11 hr
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  • Newcastle - Amsterdam IJmuiden
    15 hr 45 min
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Reviews

  • 11 Jul 2019
    The way it should be!
    • (Live in north west), previously sailed Dover Calais before driving through France. Hull Zeebrugge route is more expensive, however is 1000 times less hectic and reduces a lot of nasty driving around London and Birmingham. Food in the Brasserie is good with great beers, wine and service. Worth every penny. Never going Dover Calais again. Booked with Ferry Savers again as a returning customer, super easy and no fuss. Thanks to all.

      Review by ROB STEPHENS

  • 29 Jun 2019
    Civilised travelling
    • Going by ferry to Zeebrugge was a much more civilised and convenient way of reaching Germany rather than riding to Dover (another 200 miles!) then another 100 further from Calais plus accommodation. Would recommend this crossing every time

      Review by LESLIE TURNER

  • 28 Jun 2019
    First time on Hull to Zeebrugge
    • Quite impressed with the pride of York although a little dated and in need of a refurb the facilitys on board are great and far outshine the Britney ferries we normally take to Spain. Bring back the Pride of Bilbao please.

      Review by JOHN WEATHERALL

  • 26 Jun 2019
    Ferry crossing to Zeebruge
    • A really pleasant crossing.I like the idea of P and O getting us on the ship a little bit before sailing. It gives us time to get a seat and enjoy the sail off.

      Review by BRIAN JACKSON

  • 24 Jun 2019
    Very Relaxing
    • This was the first time we have travelled overnight on a ferry. We had a very relaxing journey the cabins were sufficient. The food was plentiful and the staff friendly and helpful. We done this journey as we had a long drive to Bulgaria and Back and it was nice to know we could get a decent rest on the ferry and only half hours drive from home.

      Review by CAROL MONKS