Hull to Zeebrugge Ferry
The Hull to Zeebrugge ferry connects England to Belgium and is operated by P&O Ferries. As well as comparing prices and times for Hull to Zeebrugge, we will also show you results for Hull to Rotterdam Europoort, Hull to Rotterdam and Newcastle to IJmuiden to help you get from England to Belgium at the best time, for the best price.
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Booking your crossing and taking your ferry
When should I arrive and check in?
Whether travelling by foot or in your vehicle. You must check in at the port 90 minutes before your sailing. If you are late, you may be able to reschedule your sailing, but there will be a charge for this and there may be a difference in fare between your sailings
You'll just need your booking reference and passport to check in. You won't have to print off a ticket before you board.
Where should I go?
Foot passengers should go to terminal 2 and car passengers should go to terminal 1. Follow the signs to passport control.
What happens at check-in?
Present your passport and booking reference. You'll be given a lane hanger to attach to your rear view mirror. If you have a pet, you'll be asked to complete a pet manifest.
Boarding your ferry
You'll be guided to your correct lane and when it's to board, you'll be guided on to the ferry. If you have pets, you will be positioned opposite the kennels.
After boarding you will be then be directed to the passenger deck to collect your cabin keys. If you have pets, after boarding you must immediately take them to the kennels. Staff can assist you with this.
On board your ferry to Zeebrugge
Sailing on this route is bound to be an enjoyable experience.
With live music, a casino and a cinema, you won't be bored. In the show lounge, you can see bands, singers and cabaret throughout the evening.
If you want to dance, head over to the disco or if you feel like a quiet drink, you can do that too in one of the bars. And if you think your luck is in, try your hand at the casino.
If you fancy something more relaxing you can catch one of the latest movies in the onboard cinema or just sit back and be entertained by the onboard pianist.
If you're travelling with children, you'll find plenty of ways to keep your little ones busy. There are colouring backs and a play area too. And of course, you'll find toys and sweets in the onboard shop if they deserve a treat. If your kids are a bit older, there's also the cinema and video arcade.
Sail in the summer and your kids (5-11 yrs) will also have the chance to meet Pirate Pete for group activities and see shows like Treasure Island and the Little Mermaid. .
Food and drink
There is plenty of choice on board:Food:
- The Brassiere: A fine dining experience if you want to spoil yourselves.
- The Kitchen: An all you can eat buffet offering flavours from all four corners of the globe
There is plenty of choice on board:Coffee drinks and snacks:
- Starbucks: The perfect spot for a great cappuccino or cuppa with biscuits and snacks too
- Bars: Whether you want a beer or a cocktail, you'll find what you want. There are also non-alcoholic options for drivers and plenty of comfortable seating
Hull Ferry Port main terminal is located in King George Dock and is operated by P&O Ferries. The City of Hull offers world class entertainment and visitor attractions, as well as having the magnificent Humber Bridge - the 3rd longest suspension bridge in the world - at its gateway.
Bruges / Zeebrugge Ferry Port has a long history which dates back to the beginning of the Christian calender with periods of affluence but also of decline. Every year more than a million passengers pass through Zeebrugge Ferry Port.
Zeebrugge is an excellent starting point for exploring Flanders. Just a few miles away from Zeebrugge you will find the splendid medieval town of Bruges with its canals, historic buildings, great restaurants and famous chocolat. Or drive from Zeebrugge to Antwerp, the diamond center of the world, which takes about 80 minutes and admire its stunning architectural delights.
You could also drive two hours and go to Brussels, the bilingual capital of Belgium, to visit the famous Grand Place, one of Europe's most beautiful squares.