"To Zeebrugge and back for the first time but not the last "
Reviewed 06 January 2014 by Chris
Four of us travelled for the first time on P&O ferries from Hull to Zeebrugge and back taking in the sights of Bruges.I can only say that the ferry was superb so much less hassle than flying, good quality food, friendly crew and the minute you get on board you can relax. We were on board on Friday the 27 December when the high winds were pounding but you wouldn,t know. My wife was worried that she would not like the movement of the ship, in reality she hardly noticed it. So pleased with the trip we are looking to book to go to Amsterdam in March/April. Direct Ferries dealt with my booking and I can highly recommend them and their staff much less bother than anything else I have tried for a break.
'Chris' travelled Hull Zeebrugge with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"Quick and easy"
Reviewed 29 December 2013 by Susan
Everything from booking onwards was easy, well informed and good prices. Would highly recommend.
'Susan' travelled Hull Zeebrugge with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"P & O Ferry Booking & Sailing"
Reviewed 19 December 2013 by Colin
Right from the initial booking of this ferry crossing, I found both the Direct Ferries Staff and P & O staff to be very helpful. My wife and I had never undertaken this kind of journey before and was naturally a little concerned about getting through any admin procedures, immigration, the shuttle bus service at Zeebrugge etc. However everyone was very helpful and we would recommend this ferry service to anybody. Thank you all concerned.
'Colin' travelled Hull Zeebrugge with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"The P(erfect) O(ption) for motoring to Europe."
Reviewed 19 November 2013 by Andrew
We enjoyed good food, had a comfortable and enjoyable crossing, and look forward to travelling on this route with P & O again.
'Andrew' travelled Hull Zeebrugge with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
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Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Hull Zeebrugge route is a car and 2 passengers.
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Hull's (Its full title is Kingston-upon-Hull )maritime pre-eminence dates back to 1299, when it was laid out as a seaport by Edward I. It quickly became England's leading harbour, and was still a vital garrison when the gates were closed against Charles I in 1642, the first serious act of rebellion of what was to become the English Civil War.
The central Princes Dock sets the tone for Hull's modern refurbishment, the once abandoned waters now lined by landscaped brick promenades and overlooked by Princes Quay, a multi-tier, glass-spangled shopping centre, with the revamped marina beyond.
The train station is on the west side of town, on the main drag of Ferensway, with the bus station just to the north. The main tourist office is bang in the centre on Paragon Street at Queen Victoria Square
Zeebrugge (meaning "sea landing) is a harbour-town on the coast of Belgium, a subdivision of Bruges, for which it is the modern port. It serves as an international Port and a seafront resort with hotels, cafés and beach. Zeebrugge has been instrumental in Brugge's reinvigoration as a city, which unfortunately lost its harbor to silting hundreds of years ago. The construction of the new seaport at Zeebrugge began at the turn of the 20th century and the city's reputation as an art and tourist center for Northern Europe began its revival. The marina is also Belgium’s most important fishing port, and the wholesale fish market located there is one of the largest in Europe. Aside from being a passenger port with ferries to the UK, the harbour serves as the central port for Europe's automotive industry and is important for the importation, handling and storage of energy products, agriculture products and other general cargo.