P&O Ferries have North Sea crossings between Hull in northern England and Zeebrugge in Belgium, and Rotterdam Europoort, the biggest port in the world, in the Netherlands (Holland). Thanks to the overnight crossings, you'll arrive early in the morning at your destination, ready to make the most of the day and discover the delights and superb cities of Europe.
The Pride of Hull and Pride of Rotterdam travel on the Rotterdam routes, and the Pride of York and Pride of Bruges to Zeebrugge, and all designed to offer a fun-filled journey. All the ferries have a choice of bars and you're also spoilt for choice when it comes to dining, from a simple coffee and snack in Costa Coffee, to the Four Seasons carvery and buffet and the Mayfair elegance of Langan's Brasserie. You can also be entertained in the late-night disco, casino, or cinema showing the latest films.
Pets on board P&O ferries
You can book your cat or dog on board P&O ferries with Ferrysavers. Pets travelling between Dover and Calais must remain in the vehicle. Between Hull and Rotterdam/Zeebrugge, pets must be left in the air conditioned kennels provided. Foot passengers must leave pets in lockable containers that are able to withstand being secured to the ferry. Note that that to take your pet to and from the UK to mainland Europe (excluding Ireland) you will need a pet passport.