For many in the north of England a holiday begins at Hull with millions leaving the city for the delights of the continent by ferry every year.
With daily departures to both Zeebrugge and Rotterdam, travelsupermarket.com offers the most luxurious and relaxing sailings to Belgium and the Netherlands every day. Hull's has historically been one of England's most important North Sea ports, with a military base, fishing and whaling fleet and legion of merchants and overseas traders. With the rise of overseas holidays Hull became a natural choice for ferry crossings from Yorkshire and with travelsupermarket.com's ferry channel, each route offered from Hull can be compared to ensure you get the cheapest ferry possible.
Famous for the poetry of Phillip Larkin, the Humber suspension bridge, the local obsession with rugby league, and its recent redevelopment, Hull is easily accessible from both Manchester and Leeds and from the south via the UK's motorway network.
Hull Ferry Services
As the North Sea's biggest ferry port, Hull offers a regular service to Belgium and the Netherlands on some of the most luxurious ferries in Europe:
P&O Ferries operate a daily service to Zeebrugge with sailings taking around fourteen hours and a daily overnight sailing to Rotterdam with a sailing time of eleven hours.
Hull is found around 100km east of Leeds in the East Riding of Yorkshire. The M62 travels across the Pennines to Manchester and Liverpool and begins around 10km west of the City. Hull is also easily accessible from the north and south of the country via the M18 which connects with the M1. Hull connects to the East Coast mainline rail line and National Express coaches serve the city regularly.
A modern and well designed ferry terminal Hull offers numerous facilities including:
- Multi storey car parking
- Toilets including disabled access
- Baby changing facility
- Cafe and fast food outlet
- Nearby service station