Hull Rotterdam Ferry reviews
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"Easy, book in advance..."
Reviewed 07 April 2014 by Damien
This is an easy transfer to the continent. We were going with our car. We were early (arrived at 1630) and went straight through, passports checked etc and parked on the boat. Rooms are small, obviously, it is a boat! So i would advise only take a small overnight bag for the stay on the boat. Food is also expensive £25 for a meal, so if you want to avoid this, take some snacks or sandwiches to get you through. Be warned, car alarms seem to go off all night! So if you are a light sleeper, this may be a problem.
Book in advance, like anything, prices seem to go up with time...
Overall, a straight forward, easy experience. It seems family friendly also, even though we dont have kids. There was plenty of entertainment for kids.
'Damien' travelled Hull Rotterdam with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
Reviewed 04 April 2014 by Scott
Nothing really bad to say about the ferry at all. Nice trip to Rotterdam from Hull. Some singing and dancing shows in the evening and sundeck good place to relax before bed.
'Scott' travelled Hull Rotterdam with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"Ferry crossing, nothing more nothing less. It's not a mini cruise."
Reviewed 16 March 2014 by Anonymous
Both ships are what you can expect, people carriers with some shops and entertainment.
Premier cabins are fine. An extra pillow would be desirable.
We do not use the restaurants, as like anything on board food and drink wise is expensive, and the price does not reflect the quality. This applies from buffet food to restaurant. But bringing your hamper with food and a bottle of wine in the cabin is an excellent alternative for a fraction of on board prices. Take your own coffe/tea facilities, and your set to sail.
Pride of Rotterdam seems to have better cleaning regime compare to Pride of Hull.
Having used all available ferries to Holland, Hull-Rotterdam-Hull is the one I prefer.
'Anonymous' travelled Hull Rotterdam with P&O Ferries on Pride of Rotterdam/Pride of Hull