Zeebrugge Ferry

Zeebrugge ferry port in Belgium connects you with Hull in England with a choice of up to 7 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Zeebrugge to Hull crossing is from 14 hours 30 minutes and the crossing is operated by P&O Ferries.


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Zeebrugge Ferry Services

  • P&O Ferries
    • 7 Sailings Weekly 14 hr 30 min
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Zeebrugge Guide

Zeebrugge is a small village on the west coast of Belgium, and is typically used as the main ferry port for Bruges. The ferry terminal is used as the gateway to the UK, with many crossings to Hull on the east coast of England.

What is there to do in Zeebrugge?

Zeebrugge is undoubtedly a port village; the entirety of the tourism industry evolves around the ferry terminal, the harbour swarmed with passengers heading towards the quaint and charming streets, or scurrying to the nearby train station. It’s the transport links which elevate Zeebrugge into a resort a cut above your typical seaside town; the international port has demanded a few attractions to accompany the impressive infrastructure, most notably the incredibly wide beach that stretches along the coastline.

Just a few minutes’ walk up from the port, you’ll find a few welcoming restaurants, cosy fishermen pubs and stylish cafes serving up some fresh fish amid other local delicacies. The selection of eateries is enough to satisfy most visitors, but for the adventurous types, you can hire a motorboat to ride the waves along the waterfront.

How do you get around Zeebrugge?

Shuttle buses and taxis will transport you into Bruges, and the train station is only a short walk from the terminal.

How To Get To Zeebrugge Ferry Port

  • Zeebrugge Ferry Port by Car

    The terminal is situated at the outer dock (Buitenhaven), Leopold II Dam (Havendam). In Zeebrugge follow the signs 'Zone 1', 'Car ferries' and 'P&O Ferries/Hull'.

  • Zeebrugge Ferry Port by Train/Bus

    Bruges Central Station is serviced by national and international lines. Belgium is connected to France, Holland and Germany via the TGV Thalys service with up to 3 trains daily from Paris to Brussels. From Brussels there are 4 departures an hour to Bruges. The Journey takes approximately 50 minutes.

    A Bus operates from the Central Railway Station to the Zeebrugge ferry terminal at Leopold II Dam (Havendam). Departure is at 17:30 hours from the main entrance to the Central Railway Station.

    From the Zeebrugge terminal to Bruges Central Railway Station departure is after the arrival of ship.

  • Zeebrugge Ferry Port Address

    Leopold II Dam 13 Havendam, B 8380

  • Zeebrugge Accommodation

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