Ferries to Holland from the UK

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Newcastle to Amsterdam (DFDS)

Harwich to Hook of Holland (Stena Line)



Ferries to Holland from the UK

Ferries to Holland

If you are looking to travel to Holland via ferry from the United Kingdom, there are a number of options available. First and foremost, there is a selection of three crossings for you to choose from. You can choose from a short Harwich to Hook of Holland crossing or a longer overnight sailing from Hull or Newcastle. Three ferry departure routes are available that originate from the U.K. You can choose to sail from Harwich, Newcastle, or Hull. Harwich will sail to the Hook of Holland on the Stena Line up to twice daily and the duration of the journey lasts approximately 6 hours and 45 minutes. Hull sails to Rotterdam via P&O Ferries and sails once daily. The duration of this journey lasts approximately 10 hours and 15 minutes. Newcastle sails to Amsterdam on DFDS Seaways once per day. The duration of this journey lasts approximately 10 hours and 30 minutes.

You can purchase a one way ticket or a return ticket. It is a quick and simple process, all you need to do is select your preferred route including the ferry port departure and ferry port destination, the number of passengers, and the type of journey whether it be one way or return, plus whether you will be travelling with a vehicle. You may also choose from day and overnight sailings when travelling Harwich to Hook of Holland. If you are planning on taking your car with you, select this option also so that your quote will include pricing for this. This will allow you to view live ferry timetables, real time pricing information, and availability for your ferry to Holland.

To find the cheapest deal compare the routes sailing from Harwich to the Hook of Holland, Hull to Rotterdam, Hull to Zeebrugge, and Newcastle to Amsterdam. Additionally, at various times of the year ferry deals and discounts are offered for specific ferry journeys and for advance bookings, so this is another way to save money on your trip. It is important that you purchase your ticket as well in advance as possible, because at various times of the year (school holidays), quantities may be limited and the route may already be booked up to the limit.