UK to Holland Ferry

Ferry Travel Price and Comparison

Holland and Amsterdam in particular are world reknown for their easy going laid back approach to life. A ferry cruise break to Amsterdam from Newcastle reveals one of the most relaxed European cities.

See below for booking a ferry online and find the best prices available today. Travel knowing your on board with the best ferries around. Included are the ferry routes available for departure from UK based ports.

P & O ferry service from Hull to Rotterdam

England to Holland Ferry Services

Hull to Rotterdam Ferry

Book your Hull to Rotterdam ferry online today and gain access to the gateway to Holland. From this ferry route you can have access to Germany, if you so desire, due to the excellent motorway connections in Rotterdam, Holland.

The Hull to Rotterdam ferry service is graced with two luxury ferries frequently sailing on this route daily.
The Ferries set sail during night hours, which can give you a great opportunity to take advantage of the comfortable ensuite cabins onboard.

Taking the ferry direct to Rotterdam will take hundreds of miles off your driving, infact you can even be sleeping as you travel.

Arrive in Rotterdam in the morning bright and breezy, keen to take on what Holland has to offer.

DFDS Ferry Service Newcastle to Amsterdam

Newcastle to Amsterdam Ferry

The Newcastle to Amsterdam ferry route connects Englands Northeast to the North of Holland.

DFDS Seaways operate two ferries and sails to Holland daily, UK depart time from the port in Newcastle is 18:00 local time and arrive the following day at 09:00 UK local time.

The ferry to Amsterdam departs from England at 17:30, after an over night cruise arrives in Holland at 09:30.

Book your ferry online and save an over the phone £20 booking fee.

Things to do in Amsterdam

Many people have different reasons for travelling via ferry to Amsterdam, compared to Newcastle Amsterdam is worlds apart. The lifestyle is far more easy going and is well known for its quirky little shops for shoppers, but the red light district is also available to those who are looking for more of a party atmosphere. Whatever the preference of each individual one thing is guaranteed when you arrive at Amsterdam from Newcastle via a Ferry everyone will enter a zone of relaxation.

Restaurants in Amsterdam
There is a huge choice eating out in Amsterdam, from simple sandwich, coffe shops to the more stylish yet still relatively inexpensive cafe and bistros. One thing for certain you will find this Holland city has a large variety of choice.

Nightclubs in Amsterdam
Having just hopped off the ferry, many head straight to the busy centre looking for real night life action. Amsterdam caters for most types of music, from hip hop, disco, soul to even sixties style clubs. Holland is no stranger to having its clubbers party til very early hours of the morning.

Things to do in Rotterdam


Rotterdam attracts many people for its variety and great experience of shopping. Not only does Rotterdam attract people from the likes of the UK by ferry but shopping in this city is popular amongst the Dutch too.

A selection of what Rotterdam city has to offer ranges from designer clothes, arts and craft, international shops, and local markets that you would only find in Holland. Just a taster of the elegance and variety of what this place has to offer, hardly suprising as Rotterdam is afterall famous for its diamonds.

Hull Port

Getting a ferry from the port of Hull has always been easy due to its motorway connections that helps over one million passengers every year ferry themselves from Yorkshire to many destinations throughout europe, including Rotterdam and Amsterdam.

Address of Hull Port:-
King George Dock
Hedon Rd

Directions to Hull ferry port:-

If your travelling from north or west:-
Follow either the M62 or A1079 to the A63 and Hull City Centre. Follow the signs to King George Dock and Ferries.

If your coming from the south:-
Follow the A15 across the Humber Bridge & then turn east along the A63 to Hull City Centre. Follow the signs to King George Dock & Ferries.

Rotterdam Port

The ferry port of Rotterdam is also known as Europoort

Address of Rotterdam Port:
Luxembourg Weg No. 2
3198 LG Europoort

Getting to the port of Rotterdam by car:-
The main terminal of the Europoort is situated approximately twenty four miles from the centre of Rotterdam. When your approaching Rotterdam just follow the signs for the Europoort.

Once you have reached the ferry port, if travelling back to England, follow the signs 'Engeland' or the signs that resemble the ferry company that you are travelling with.

Newcastle Ferry Port

The Newcastle port is situated about eight miles east of the Newcastle City centre. Newcastle ferries arrive and depart daily from the Royal Quays Dock. The ferry terminals are largely operated by DFDS seaways, and they deal with 700,000 passengers yearly. DFDS seaways ferry to destinations such as Stevanger, Bergen, Haugesund, Gothernburg, Kristiansands and the muched loved city of Amsterdam.

Travelling to the ferry port of Newcastle by car:-
From the west:-
Pursue signs to the City, and follow signs for coast this will lead you to the A1058. Follow signs to ferries & North Sea, which leads to the Royal Quays.

From both the north & south:-
Follow A19 to Tyne Tunnel roundabout which is north of the River Tyne and then follow signs to ferries & North Sea, which leads to the Royal Quays.

Back to Top >>

Amsterdam Port | Rotterdam Port | Ferry Operators price comparison | Dover to Calais ferries | Ferry Services to Amsterdam | Ferry Services to Jersey | sitemap

Resource Directory

October 7, 2015
2015 ©    Links    Privacy