The Pride of Hull sets the standard in passenger comfort, accommodation and style. Whilst onboard, you have a great choice of places to eat and drink, as well as great entertainment, lounges, a cinema and a casino.
There’s a range of cabins on the Pride of Hull to suit all budgets. Standard cabins come in 2 or 4 berth bunk bed variety with a choice of either inside or outside with sea view.
Premier cabins are 2 or 5 berth and are available inside or outside with a sea view.
All Club cabins have a sea view and are located in a quiet section of the ship. You'll enjoy more space and a range of extras including a tv, telephone, fresh fruit, plus tea and coffee making facilities in the cabin.
Cabins on the Pride of Hull are en-suite (shower room and wc) with towels and bed linen provided.
There’s a great choice of places to eat and drink whatever your appetite. Get a coffee and a snack in the coffee shop, or savour a wholesome cooked meal in one of the restaurants. Whether you choose the Four Seasons with its carvery and buffet-style dining, or the first class menu in Langan's Brasserie, you are guaranteed an excellent meal.
After you've eaten, enjoy a pint in the bar, relax with a glass in the wine bar, or take in the breathtaking panoramic views from the Sky Lounge.
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.
For great entertainment watch the latest films in one of the cinemas, catch the live cabaret show in the Sunset Show Lounge or have a flutter in the casino!
For your convenience 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.
The Pride of Hull is accessible for passengers of limited mobility or in wheelchairs. Vehicle passengers who are mobility impaired will be located near to entrances on the car decks for ease of access to the lifts.
Onboard all areas of the ship are fully accessible with lifts and specially adapted cabins with wider doorways.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Pride of Hull 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.
97% of our customers recommended this ship
"Very Impressed "
First of all I’m a normal working class northern chap on a motorbike that can’t swim the North Sea with it strapped to my back so needs must. This is my first time with P&O from Hull as I was heading to Germany and was well impressed, loading was straight forward although I would advise checking in from 3pm to avoid the queue unlike me who arrived at 6pm and queued up for almost an hour. Check in was straight forward and loading simple although you have to strap your own bike down, straps aren’t the best but did the job, take a towel etc to put on your seat as pads are not supplied. Cabin was an inside cabin with a fold down bunk, plenty of room for a guy that’s going spending a month in a tent around Europe and the cabin was spotless. Bar was basically normal prices and the eat as much as want breakfast for £12 was brilliant. Arrived bang on time and rode off seamlessly. One point to note is that the check in gates are locked at 7pm PROMPT so be at least an hour early rather than two minutes late, no excuses, be organised and once the ferry is loaded and ready to go it’s off, we left port at half seven rather than the half eight advertised but I’m guessing this is so they can sail slower therefore saving fuel because that’s what all ferry companies do when they can. All in all a fantastic crossing and I would not hesitate in recommending the P&O Hull to Rotterdam crossing ;-)
Reviewed by Moonie who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"Comment on Rotterdam - Hull journey"
No problems for experienced travellers. Better: Install a large board "MOTORCYCLES" 3m high above the corner of the car deck where Mcycles are placed. When entering the car deck at arrival for retrieving my mcycle I had problems to see the right direction. Busses, trucks and SUVs block the free sight (I am only 1,76m high.....). A banner would be fine.
Reviewed by Klaus who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
Just what you need after a long drive, ease of boarding, efficient staff, comfortable environment. Bravo!
Reviewed by Raymond who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"Great as ever!"
Easy family trip to Amsterdam. Staff all really friendly and food lovely. Cabin a little warm but loved it all overall!
Reviewed by Chris who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"Best ferry ⛴ ❤ "
Best ferry ⛴ ❤
Reviewed by Daniel who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"Ship Great - Don't use Direct Ferries and just pray you don't need to contact P&O customer service."
Absolutely no problem with the Ship itself but do not book via Direct Ferries. I was due to travel back on Sunday 20th Feb but 30 mins before I was due to leave for the Port, I received a text from P&O warning of sever weather warnings, rough seas and an 8 hour delay to arrival time in Rotterdam. No problem I thought, I'll call them to re-arrange rather than risk my life on a Ferry during a storm. Called P&O, plenty of room on the ship but they can't amend the booking as it was booked via Direct Ferries so I need to call them. Direct Ferries customer services closed on a weekend so emailed, no response. Get to Monday to see if they can amend my booking for that evening, telephone number now "having technical issues" so I called P&O, on hold for over an hour at which point I had to make a separate booking online otherwise I would have not arrived at the Port on time. 550GBP later finally made it home then next day.
Reviewed by Luke David who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
I have just purchased a classic car from Holland which has been quite chaotic and the ferry trip was one of my biggest fears, but the staff / crew on board were so helpfull it made my trip so much easier that I though it was going to be, even through a massive storm. Thank you so much.
Reviewed by Robert who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
thank you very much i was also satisfied with the staff
Reviewed by Elemir who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"So much more than I expected"
Having only been on the Isle of Man ferry (steam packet) I had a picture in my mind of what to expect, we boarded the hull to Rotterdam ferry from P&O and where amazed by the bars, restaurants, casino, cinema etc. The staff where fantastic, always very polite and accommodating. On board prices are reasonable and similar to home. We upgraded to a club room, what a difference! Well worth the upgrade. I will hopefully be coming back soon and having experienced a P&O ferry, I would like to experience a cruise. We where told what we experienced was a fairly rough crossing, force 8 gales and swell. This was not uncomfortable and I got used to it fairly quick.
Reviewed by Samuel who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"Excellent as always"
Slic operation from waiting to board to departing
Reviewed by Anthony who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"Comfortable and safe crossing"
My wife and I crossed from Rotterdam to Hull, and two weeks later from Hull to Rotterdam. We decided to upgrade to the premium cabin which is so much more comfortable than the standard bunk beds. The ferry had taken all necessary precautions against Covid-19, and we felt a lot safer that we would have been on transport by air. The staff are always friendly and helpful. To avoid crowding, we brought our own food and drink rather than using the catering facilities.
Reviewed by Michael who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"Trip to Rotterdam and back "
Good entertainment and beer Good service Duty-free was excellent we would definitely travel with p&o again
Reviewed by William who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"Great ship and crew!"
Wonderful experience - very efficient staff and very friendly - nothing was too much trouble! Thank you.
Reviewed by Thomas who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"Ferry during COVID regulations"
All staff at ferry terminals polite and very helpful. The same on the ferry to and from Uk and from and to Netherlands
Reviewed by Colin who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"Another easy voyage"
Much prefer taking this slow route back to the UK. No big queues, no hassle, lots of conveniences on board, nice cabins for a good kip and bars, music and outside decks to enjoy. Coach from Rotterdam not running to the port yet adds to the price but otherwise nice and easy. Staff are very good and attentive.
Reviewed by Peter who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"Great If you live/stay in the north of England "
Travel in style and save driving up/down England. Costs a little but only the same as an overnight stay and you can relax and eat dinner on board. Wake up fresh and eat a good breakfast before continuing your journey.
Reviewed by Lars who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"Returning home 20 Feb 2020"
No fault to find , done this trip several times. We always book standard inside cabin, but were given outside with a window and this we will book next time. As always Food was good and the staff were excellent. Quick check in and fast and efficient disembarking service.
Reviewed by Maksim who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"Great short trip to Holland and Germany"
We only needed a good night crossing, clean quiet and well equipped cabin, punctual sailing and friendly staff. All very good and we arrived relaxed after easy embarkation and disembarkation. Cannot comment on catering and general facilities since we were not bothered. Easy journey, great!
Reviewed by Anonymous who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"family fun mini break"
Our party included 4 adults 1 child and 1 infant. From arriving at the port in Hull to boarding the ferry it was stress free and far easier with little ones compared with flying. Can't fault the entertainment with child play area, live music, televised football. Drinks were reasonably priced. The cabins were compact and well equipped for a short stay. If you prefer more space would recommend paying for a larger room. Had a great day in Rotterdam visiting the zoo which I would definitely recommend for those with children. The sea was a little rough but can't do much about that. Will be sure to book again in the near future for a short get away.
Reviewed by Jake who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull
"Not the best mate "
Just bobbed around in the North Sea for 24 hours
Reviewed by Jonathan who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Hull