Rotterdam to Hull Ferry

Use our Rotterdam Hull ferry guide to find out all you need to know in order to book your ferry trip to England including who sails on the Rotterdam to Hull route and if there are any alternative crossings on offer. Compare numerous crossings and sailing schedules for Rotterdam Hull ferries online now by selecting the place of departure from the Rotterdam Hull Fare Search and hit the search button. Need a commercial ferry? Visit our Rotterdam Hull Freight Ferry page.

Rotterdam to Hull Ferry Alternatives

Amsterdam - Newcastle with DFDS Seaways - 7 Sailings Weekly / 16 hour 30 minute crossing
Hook of Holland - Harwich with Stena Line - 14 Sailings Weekly / 6 hour 30 minute crossing
For more information, please visit our Ferries from Holland to England page.

Rotterdam - Hull Ferry Operators

date 7 Sailings Weekly
clock 12 hour crossing
Rotterdam Hull Ferry reviews
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Our most recent Rotterdam Hull customer reviews are below, read more by visiting our ship pages.  

"Excellent trip"

Reviewed 08 January 2014 by Emma

Our crossing from Rotterdam to Hull (arriving on New Year's Eve) went very smoothly indeed. We were travelling with two children, aged 10 and 4, and everything, from our arrival at the port, to boarding the ship, getting to our cabin, eating a meal, sleeping on the bunks and waking up the following morning, went well. We took the children into the cafeteria for supper - children's portions for them and we upgraded to freshly-prepared steak with a bottle of wine. We decided against breakfast, since the thought of getting the cabin packed up and the children dressed in time to get them in and out of the restaurant before getting to the car in time to disembark at 7.45am seemed too daunting. (We found a lovely cafe in Beverley where we had a good Yorkshire breakfast 20 minutes or so after our arrival.)

'Emma' travelled Rotterdam Hull with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull

"There & Back"

Reviewed 06 January 2014 by Matt

This was my first crossing on the Rotterdam to Hull route but I was very pleasantly surprised at the overall experience: the staff were helpful and polite and the cabin wasn't terrible either. As we used both the pride of Rotterdam and the pride of Hull I'd say the Rotterdam was quite a bit better in terms of decor and facilities, but especially when it came to meal time as it provided a better service and a better choice of food. Also, as I have an allergy to wheat... which often makes life difficult when travelling, I was very pleased to see that on the Rotterdam the meals were labelled and even warnings were present (sadly not the case on the Hull). Having done it I'd definitely recommend pre-booking your meal & breakfast if you intend to take them as you can save quite a bit over the on-board price too.

'Matt' travelled Rotterdam Hull with P&O Ferries on Pride of Rotterdam/Pride of Hull

"Hull - Rotterdam trips"

Reviewed 30 December 2013 by Anonymous

Our first crossing was in extremely rough weather so we barely left our cabin. There is clearly nothing that P&O could do about this, I'm just extremely glad they maintained the service and ran it almost on schedule while other ferries (Dover-Calais) were being cancelled. The return trip (Hull - Rotterdam) was fine. A big thank you to the staff of P&O - one woman in particular who cheerfully added a coach to Amsterdam to our booking at the very last minute for the normal charge and without any problems.

'Anonymous' travelled Rotterdam Hull with P&O Ferries on Pride of Rotterdam

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