Ferries to Hook of Holland

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There are two ferry to Hook of Holland a day with the operator Stena Line. One daytime crossing and the other is an overnight crossing. Both day and night crossings take approximately 6 hours and 45 minutes.

To book a crossing that departs within the next 7 days, please email EuropeanWebEnquiries@campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk

Harwich to Hook of Holland route

Operator Frequency Duration
Stena Line
2 per day
6 hrs 45 mins
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Accommodation

Some two, four and five berth cabins are available on the route to Hook of Holland. If you prefer not to pay for a private cabin there are also Stena Plus lounge seats available.

On Board Facilities and Information

On board the route to Hook of Holland there is a bar, self-service restaurant and an a la carte restaurant on board.

Pets are permitted on this route; they must remain in the owner's vehicle or be housed in one of the kennels available on the ship.

There is also a shop onboard, a cinema, and entertainment for the children. You can also upgrade to the Stena Plus Lounge, which is designated 'quiet zone', where you can enjoy complimentary beverages and newspapers.

Campsites near Hook of Holland

We are currently unable to book campsites on your behalf; please contact the campsite direct if you wish to make a booking.

Campsite Distance from Amsterdam ferry port
Delftse Hout, Netherlands
14 miles
Duinrell, Netherlands
25 miles
Koningshof, Netherlands
29 miles

More about the Hook of Holland

The Hook of Holland is a small town situated on the Nieuwe Waterweg ship canal in the Dutch metropolitan area of Rihnmond, close to both The Hague and Rotterdam. The main point of interest for travellers is the Hook's ferry port. Ferry services connecting the Hook to England have been running since 1893.

As the Hook is merely seen as a gateway to The Hague, Rotterdam and the rest of Holland, there is very little that's noteworthy about the place. The area gets its name from the Dutch Hoek van Holland which literally means “The Corner of Holland”.

The Hook can boast one of the most inspiring engineering accomplishments created anywhere in the world – the Maeslant, which is a huge surge barrier that can be deployed across the Nieuwe Waterweg to prevent the North Sea from encroaching into Rotterdam. You may also be interested in visiting Fort Hook van Holland, a pre-World War II fortification aimed at protecting Rotterdam from invasion by sea, or the Atlantic Wall Museum which is open from May until November each year.

If you fancy becoming one with nature, you may like to visit Hook's eleven-mile long beach, which has a designated section for nude sunbathing.

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