Hull Ferry

Hull ferry port in England is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Rotterdam & Zeebrugge available. With a selection of up to 14 Sailings Weekly, the port of Hull connects England with Holland & Belgium.

Sailing durations range from 11 hours on the Rotterdam service to 13 hours 15 minutes on the Zeebrugge service.

Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Hull fare search.


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Hull Ferry Services

  • P&O Ferries
    • 7 Sailings Weekly 11 hr
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  • P&O Ferries
    • 7 Sailings Weekly 13 hr 15 min
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Hull Guide

Ferries from Hull include services to both Belgium and Holland with seven weekly crossings to both Zeebrugge and Rotterdam. P&O operate both routes sailing out of the mouth of the Humber river towards mainland Europe.

How long is the ferry to Hull?

Hull ferry routes range in length from 11 hours to Rotterdam and 13 hours 15 minutes to Zeebrugge. Getting to the port is simple. Hull docks are just a few minutes’ drive away from the city centre but don’t worry if you aren’t driving as there are a number of buses and coaches connecting the two. These buses also go to the city’s main train station if you are coming from elsewhere to embark on your ferry journey.

What is Hull famous for?

The city was named as the UK City of Culture in 2017 after major redevelopments to Hull ferry port, waterfront and Old Town. Many abandoned and derelict buildings have becomes spaces for artists and performers. Arguably the main landmark is the impressive Humber Bridge, a suspension bridge that was once the largest of its kind in the world.

Hull is a gritty city that is steeped in history. It’s a great place to learn about Britain’s industrial past and away from the usual tourist trail. It’s been long established as the main economic port for the east coast of England with the area growing around industries such as the wine and wool trade as well as fishing and whaling.

What to do in Hull

Away from Hull ferry terminal you’ll find plenty to keep you occupied. It’s home to captivating museums, one the UK’s leading aquariums and examples of great Victorian civic architecture. The city has a rich sporting tradition with two of the best rugby league teams in the country and a leading professional football team, so why not try and catch a game whilst you’re there?

How To Get To Hull Ferry Port

  • Hull Ferry Port by Car

    From the north & west follow either the M62 or A1079 to the A63 & Hull City Centre. Follow the signs to King George Dock & Ferries. From the south follow the A15 across the Humber Bridge & then turn east along the A63 to Hull City Centre. Follow the signs to King George Dock & Ferries.

  • Hull Ferry Port by train

    Hull Paragon Railway Station is connected to towns and cities around the country by the UK Rail network. From Hull Paragon Railway Station to the terminal at King George Dock there is a bus that departs at 17:15 hours.
    From King George Dock to Hull Paragon Station the bus departs after the arrival of the ship.
    For more information and to book train tickets, please visit our Trains to Hull page

  • Hull Ferry Port Parking

    Customers travelling to Europoort can park in the multi-storey car park, whilst there are 3 open-air car parks in front of the terminal building for use for Zeebrugge passengers. Car parking at Hull is chargeable.

  • Hull Ferry Port Address

    Hull Ferry Terminal 1, King George Dock, Hedon Road, Hull HU9 5PS

    Hull Ferry Terminal 1, King George Dock, Hedon Road, Hull HU9 5PS

    Hull Ferry Terminal 2, King George Dock, Hedon Road, Hull HU9 5PS

  • Hull Accommodation

    If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Hull Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Hull Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!