You'll find much to do onboard the cruise ferry Pride of York with a choice or restaurants, bars, a shop, cinema, casino and live entertainment! You're guaranteed a good nights sleep with a choice of superb value for money ensuite cabins.
All cabins on the Pride of York are en-suite with towels and bed linen provided. 2 or 4 bunked standard cabins have a choice of either inside or outside with a sea view. Premier cabins are available as 2, 4 or 5 bunk inside or outside with a sea view. All Club cabins have a sea view and are located in a quiet section of the ship and offer more space and a range of extras including a tv, telephone, fresh fruit, plus tea and coffee making facilities in the cabin.
With a choice of bars and restaurants onboard, there really is something for everyone. If you are travelling with the family then head to the Four Seasons carvery and eat-as-much-as-you-like buffet, serving exciting cuisine from around the world - the place for a traditional roast dinner, or a light salad. If you prefer to dine in style then try Mayfair's famous Langan's Brasserie, with the highest quality food and wine served to your table.
Onboard coffee shops serve a selection of light snacks and pastries - plus a wide range of hot and cold drinks, including the famous Costa Coffee.
For a drink, check out the Piano bar - with its relaxed atmosphere it makes for the perfect place to wind down. The Sunset Show Bar features the best in cabaret-style entertainment from the house band, plus some fantastic drinks promotions.
There are bargains to be had in the onboard shopping areas with savings of up to 50% off UK high street prices. You’ll also find a great range of books including the top 20, magazines, newspapers, kids' activities and toys.
There are plenty of things to keep you and your family occupied during the overnight crossing. You're guaranteed a night to remember in the Sunset Show Bar - the live entertainment spans everything from popular music from the resident band to cabaret shows catering for the whole family. You could also choose to sit back and enjoy one of the latest Hollywood blockbusters in the onboard cinema, or maybe even flirt with lady luck in the casino. The main lounge offers dancing, bingo and quizzes alongside fabulous musicians.
There’s also a commission free bureau de change and an ATM machine with an E Top up facility.
For children there’s a variety of activities, including play areas and quieter spots for watching videos. During the summer holidays, you will find free children's entertainers onboard and specially trained staff, who are there to encourage a little creativity with some supervised painting or drawing, allowing parents to sit back and enjoy their own space. There’s all the latest and best in video game technology for the not so little.
Pride of York vehicle passengers who are mobility impaired will be located near to entrances on the car decks for ease of access to the lifts. All areas of the ship are fully accessible with lifts and there’s specially adapted cabins with wider doorways.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Pride of York guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
94% of our customers recommended this ship
Much impressed, especially since I have travelled this route many times, and the cabin had obviously been refurbished, and the meals were up to thier usual high standard.
Reviewed 05 August 2015 by R Gordon who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"Travelling on P&O Ferries between Hull and Zebrugge "
We had a good fun journey on board the ferries. The kids loved the childrens entertainment and the soft play. The facilities on the ferry and great and the staff are all very friendly. Unfortunately our car broke down when we were in France so we had to come back on the ferry as foot passengers and a lot of luggage!! The staff could not have been more helpful with helping us on the boat with our luggage. It is a very enjoyable experience travelling on the ferry and a great way to start and end your holiday.
Reviewed 31 July 2015 by Alistair who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"Easy peasy start to a holiday"
we had a very easy and chilled start to our holiday this year on the P&0 Hull to Zeebrugge ferry crossing. Calm crossing, good food, a quiet drink in the bar and then a quiet nights sleep. No traffic jams, blockades or queues. We were so lucky and grateful!
Reviewed 27 July 2015 by Geoff who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"ANOTHER SUPERB CROSSING OF THE NORTH SEA"
Check-in was smooth, as usual, staff at the port were friendly and helpful. The loading was quick and easy. Helpful staff on the car deck to point us in the right direction for a lift and directions given for finding the reception. The cabin was clean, as always. Bar and Restaurant Staff on board were more than helpful and friendly. The food was of the usual high standard. No complaints whatsoever. We find it the easy and comfortable to travel to UK and then on to Scotland. Slight delay on arrival at Zeebrugge, but the tide is the king and was no problem for us.
Reviewed 24 June 2015 by Mervyn who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
My wife, me, our 4 yr old and 10 week old baby had a great time on the over night ferry. Room was brilliant. Service was too. Highly recommended.
Reviewed 14 June 2015 by Mark who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"First leg of a long trip"
We enjoyed the first leg of our long trip across europe on a motorcycle, food was fantastic and the journey was very smooth. Cabins are quite cramped and hot but only needed for sleeping and washing in. Was unable to find water on our overnight trip back and had to purchase some from the medical supplies! Could do with at least one refreshment bar open all night for the people who are too hot to sleep. Staff were friendly and helpful. There were not enough straps to secure our bike on the way back and we felt very much like herded sheep up in the rafters of the car and truck bay which probably accounted for the roar of motorcycle engines as we were leaving.
Reviewed 09 June 2015 by Marjorie who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"North Sea Cruise"
A great start and finish to a city break in Brugge.
Reviewed 05 June 2015 by Andrew Willett who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"Hull to Zeebrugge service"
Excellent service, well kept accommodation and courteus helpfull staff. Would have no hesitation with using it again or recommending it to friends
Reviewed 03 September 2014 by James Stevenson who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"Hull to Zeebrugge and back"
Excellent crossing both ways, food good, staff helpful but just 1 complaint, cabins far too hot to have a good nights sleep both ways Will book again though, thanks
Reviewed 01 September 2014 by Anonymous who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"Our favourite crossing"
Once again we travelled to France and back via the Hull-Zeebrugge/Zeebrugge-Hull ferries. Accommodation in Club Class is very comfortable and always gets our holiday off to a good start. The staff on board are very friendly, helpful and accommodating. Generally the food is good and there are some excellent wines to choose from. We have travelled once or twice a year using this route for the last 4 years and wouldn't use another crossing now.
Reviewed 14 August 2014 by Robert who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"Hull to Zebrugge"
Very good service. Everyone was very helpful and the services across the board were very good. The staff were very accommodating when we were late arriving at the ferry at Zebrugge.
Reviewed 24 July 2014 by Anonymous who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"a pleasant journey"
We enjoyed travelling with P&O. The cabins were clean and well-attended and the bed linen and towels were impeccable. The personnel was very friendly and helpful and the food was nice. Maybe the thing that could have been better were the prices at the bar.;)
Reviewed 19 July 2014 by Frederik Wittock who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"Mr J Parsons"
Hull Rotterdam crossing very very good.Came back Zeebrugge a Hull would not use this crossing again.air conditioning next to useless .The Brasserie restaurant not as good 2courses had to ordered unlike Hull crossing.All in all not as good an experience.
Reviewed 11 July 2014 by John Stuart who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
no problem, it was good!
Reviewed 06 July 2014 by Alain who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"Trip to Bruges!"
Good trip,no problems at all.staff hospitable and facilities on ship OK. Did not really enjoy food in restaurant.Feel the standard has dropped and although edible was not much better than heated up canteen food(not a problem when you are paying less for it). Would use again but would not have the meals!
Reviewed 12 June 2014 by Paul who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
Smooth crossing and arrival on time, although took a long time to negotiate the lock on arrival in Hull. Ferry staff were helpful and friendly. Good restaurants - but expensive. Cabins comfortable but very small - not for the claustrophobic! Terminal at Zeebrugge was disappointing, with no facilities other than toilets and a cafe/bar with very little choice.
Reviewed 04 June 2014 by Jonathan who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"Driving up change fees"
It took a long time due to a delay, but it couldn't be helped. When I initially booked my journey between Hull and Rotterdam I had entered the wrong return date, May 21 instead of May 22. I rang within a minute to try and change it but was told there was no more space on the 22nd so had to reroute to Zeebrugge. This was €80 more, but I did it anyway. I then rang P&O to ask if there were any spaces left. There was, but only with 4 in one room. Directferries did not give me this option, which is disappointing. Just before the return journey I thought to myself let's check if there really aren't any spaces available on the ferry to Rotterdam. You then knew that there were spaces available. Changing the ticket would cost an additional €150. I didn't do it, but it's not right. I won't do this again. Will book directly with P&O from now on.
Reviewed 30 May 2014 by Martin who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"Trip Zeebrugge to Hull, May 2014"
I was returning from a business trip and took the ferry to have a rest on the way home to Scotland. I was surprised how pleasant the whole thing was, easy loading, good facilities, pleaseant helpful staff and a good dining experience in the Resturant. The journey passed well with the exeception of a couple of lasses, 'taken with drink', at about 2am discussing with each other how little respect young people have for others in loud voices in the sleeping area. (lots of kids sleeping guietly all around). Would use the service again, both ways, and would recommend P & O.
Reviewed 28 May 2014 by Neil who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"to do again without moderation"
We really enjoyed our crossing. The service was warm and perfect in the brasserie. This is another confortable and fun way to go to Scotland. The night of the boat is confortable and allows you to save a lot of kilometers during which you can sleep. An experience to renew without any moderation.
Reviewed 22 May 2014 by Christian et Catchou who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York
"2 very good crossings"
Our party of four travelled during the week when both ships were quiet. They are well appointed and comfortable and we were able to book tables for meals in the restaurant which added to the comfort. Staff were friendly, attentive and helpful. Cabins were clean and well equipped for the short overnight crossings. However, one minor complaint is that shower gel was not provided in the dispenser in the shower! All-in-all a very pleasant experience but I would have to qualify that by saying I wonder if the same would still apply when the ships are full?
Reviewed 21 May 2014 by Edward P who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of York