Bruges Mini Cruise Operators

What's it like on board?

There is a great choice of places to eat and drink whatever your appetite. Whether it’s a snack in the coffee shop or a wholesome cooked meal in one of the restaurants - the Four Seasons with its carvery and buffet-style dining, or the first class menu in Langan's Brasserie, you are guaranteed an excellent meal.
After you've eaten, why not relax and unwind in the Piano Bar, enjoy a drink with friends in the Boulevard bar, watch the latest films in the cinema, catch the live cabaret show in the Sunset Show Bar... you can even have a flutter in the casino!
The cabins offer superb value for money and are equipped with an en-suite shower room and WC. For the ultimate in luxury, treat yourself to a Club cabin for more space and a range of extras including a TV, bathrobes, fresh fruit, tea and coffee making facilities and stocked mini bar.

Bruges Mini Cruises

The Bruges Mini Cruise is available as a 2 or 3 night trip. For more details please browse this page or alternatively for availability and pricing, please use our Bruges Mini Cruises fare search.

2 Night Mini Cruise

Departing daily from Hull, the 2-night mini cruise to Bruges includes 2 nights en-suite cabin accommodation and return city centre coach transfers.

3 Night Mini Cruise

Why not enjoy the full delights of the city and spend a night in Bruges? You will need to make your own arrangements for accommodation in Bruges for the second night.

Bruges Mini Cruise Itinerary

Day 1

16:30 - 18:15: Check in at passenger terminal in Hull.
19:00: Ship departs Hull for overnight cruise to Zeebrugge

Day 2

08:30: Arrive Zeebrugge
09:00: Coach departs terminal in Zeebrugge
09:30: Arrive at Bruges Central Station and explore the historic city at your leisure
17:30: Coach departs Bruges Central Station for Zeebrugge
18:00: Arrive at Port
19:00: Ship departs Zeebrugge for another entertainment-filled overnight cruise back to Hull

Day 3

08:00: Arrive at Hull

What's it like in Bruges?

Bruges Bruges, or Brugge as it’s known in Flemish, is impossibly picturesque – a misty, romantic town of canals and cobbled lanes, steeples and bells.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this modest town of 116,000 attracts an overwhelming three million visitors each year, many of them British, enticed by its Gothic, Romanesque and Renaissance architecture, atmospheric streets and its love of chocolate.

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