Ferry to Rotterdam

Take the ferry to Rotterdam and Amsterdam from Hull

Travel in style on the ferry to Rotterdam from Hull. With P&O Ferries there is a daily crossing, travelling overnight from Hull to Rotterdam on P&O North Sea Ferries. Sailing to Rotterdam can be a great alternative to the long drive south for ferries to France - regular travellers to villas in France often sail from the north.

Ideal for short trips to Amsterdam, or longer journeys into the continent, the ferry to Rotterdam starts your trip off in comfort and you arrive relaxed and raring to go.

Boarding the ferry to Rotterdam in the evening, you have time to relax and take advantage of the facilities on the ferry before cruising overnight for a morning arrival in Rotterdam.

On arrival at Rotterdam, disembarking is quick and easy leaving you free to go on your onward journey to Amsterdam or the rest of Europe.

Fares change depending on when you want so sail, so check the fare when booking. The ferry to Rotterdam is operated by P&O Ferries.

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Other Ferries from Hull

Ferry to Zeebrugge | Minicruise Hull to Amsterdam | Mini cruise Hull to Rotterdam | Mini cruise Hull to Bruges

Other Ferry Routes

From Hull, you can also take the ferry to Zeebrugge, which is operated by P&O Ferries and sails at a similar time and takes about the same time to cross.

Another option for the ferry to Holland is Stena Line's service from Harwich to Hook of Holland (which is close to Rotterdam and Amsterdam.

If you are looking to travel further afield, there are ferries to Bilbao and Santander operated by Brittany Ferries.

Of course the cheapest way to get your car to the continent is on one of the Dover Calais ferries. You may find the ferry to St Malo more convenient (if a little more pricey than the Dover Calais routes), especially if you are travelling further into France.

Thinking of the Channel Islands? There are ferries to Guernsey and Jersey with convenient crossing times available from the south coast of England.

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