Hull Ferry Terminal
Hull ferry port offer regular sailings to Zeebrugge in Belgium and Rotterdam in Holland.
The Port of Hull is one of the UK's leading foreign trading ports with strong short-sea trade links with Europe, Scandinavia and the Baltic, in addition to world wide deep-sea services. Capital investment in the development of ports facilities and services is continuing every year. The port of Hull is the UK's leading timber port with direct access to popular tourist areas including the Yorkshire Moors and Yorkshire Dales. Hull has excellent transport links with the Midlands and North of England and is an ideal location for cruise vessels. The riverside ferry terminal is situated 10 minutes from the city centre.
Travelling to Hull Ferry Terminal
Travelling by Car
From the North & West follow either the M62 or A1079 to the A63 & Hull City Centre, just follow signs to King George Dock & Ferries. From the South follow the A15 across the Humber bridge & then turn east along the A63 to Hull City Centre, just follow signs to King George Dock & Ferries.
Travelling by Bus
Hull Paragon Railway Station is connected to the rest of the country via UK Rail network. From Hull Paragon Railway Station to the terminal at King George Dock there is a bus that departs at 17:15 hours. From King George Dock to Hull Paragon Station the bus departs after the arrival of the ship.
Hull: Port Facilities
Facilities at the port are limited with only a convenience store and a small coffee shop.
Disabled facilities are available in the terminal & on-board the ship. Assistance with boarding is also available upon request when booking.
Car parks at Hull Ferry Port
Passengers travelling from Hull to Rotterdam Europoort park in the multi-storey car park. Those travelling to Zeebrugge use the 3 open air car parks in front of the terminal building. A Parking charge of £6.00 per night applies at all Hull Ferry Terminals. Please note that prices maybe subject to change.
This information is provided for guidance only.