Ferries to Holland
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The country internationally recognised as Holland is officially called the Kingdom of the Netherlands, or just The Netherlands.
The North European country shares borders with Belgium to its south/south-west side, and Germany to its east and north. Almost a third of country’s boundary is coastline of the North Sea (estimated to be around 450 kilometres).
Holland boasts of several exciting tourist destinations. Amsterdam, the country’s capital, isn’t the only famous city in Holland. There are several other world famous cities like Rotterdam, Utrecht, Hague, Arnhem and Delft.
If you’re looking to visit Holland by Ferry, there are several year-round crossings available from the south-east and northeast of UK with a number of routes on offer. All sailings are operated by modern, luxurious ships with cruise-like facilities.
Sailing to Holland provides an ideal gateway for onward travels using the country’s accessible road links around Northern Europe. It’s especially useful if you are in the North of the UK and you want to get to countries that have no direct links such as Germany and Poland.
To get the best price, we advise you book as early as possible.
How Do I Get To Holland By Ferry?
There are a number of ferry routes to Holland
Harwich to Hook of Holland
The Harwich to Hook of Holland ferry route is the most popular and direct route from England to Holland. Currently, Stena Line is the only operator running this ferry service with sailing durations from around 7 hours. The crossing service operates up to 14 times every week with day and night options.
Prices start from as low as £59 single for a car and driver. If you book for a dutchflyer rail and sail ticket to and Dutch rail station, prices start from as little as £55 single.
Hook of Holland is a town in the south-western corner of Holland which has a historical significance as it was the place used by Germans in World War II. It’s also a breathtaking town to visit in summer, with one beach stretching to as far as Scheveningen (about 18 kilometres away)
Newcastle to Amsterdam
The Newcastle to Amsterdam ferry route links England to Holland. Currently, DFDS is the only operator running this service with sailing durations from around 15 hours 45 minutes. The crossing service operates 7 hours every week and takes place overnight.
Prices start from as low as £40 for a car and driver. If you want to sail with another person and your car, prices start from as little as £72.
Amsterdam, the capital of The Netherlands, is the largest city in the country. The city boasts of the highest museum density than any other city in the world! There are several tourist attractions including the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh museum and the Anne Frank House, all of which tell a story of one of the world’s famous capitals. The city is also known for its nightlife with an array of excellent bars and restaurants
Hull to Rotterdam
The Hull to Rotterdam ferry route links England to Holland. Currently, P&O Ferries is the only operator running this ferry service with sailing durations from around 11 hours. The crossing service operates up to 7 times every week and takes place overnight.
Rotterdam is the second largest city in Holland, after Amsterdam. The city has many cultural attractions for tourists such as the Museum Park which is the location for many of the city’s attractions. Other destination delights for tourists are the Kunsthal Art Gallery (which is one of the most impressive galleries in the city), the Maritime Museum and the Openlucht Binnenvaart Museum which houses many historical waterway boats.