Ferries to Rotterdam

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P&O Ferries run a daily service from Hull to Rotterdam. This ferry to Rotterdam is an overnight crossing that take roughly 10 hours.

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

We also recommend you check the latest guidance with your chosen operator and stay up to date with the latest official advice: www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice

Hull to Rotterdam route

Operator Frequency Duration
P&O Ferries
Daily 10 hrs 45 mins


En route to Rotterdam you can book yourself a two, four or five berth cabin to refresh and relax in. The level of the cabin very in grade.

You can choose from, Standard, Premier and Club cabins. These cabin types to vary in size and shape depending on their location within the ship.

On Board Facilities and Information

There is a buffet restaurant and bar on board as well as an a la carte restaurant.

Pets are permitted on board the route to Rotterdam but they are not allowed to remain in the owner/escort's vehicle. Kennels are available for pets.

Campsites near Rotterdam

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 Rotterdam ferry port
Delftse Hout, Netherlands 10 miles
Duinrell, Netherlands 22 miles
Koningshof, Netherlands 25 miles
De Lilse Bergen, Belgium 59 miles

More about Rotterdam

Rotterdam is a Dutch city where the ancient blends seamlessly with the modern. The metropolitan area has a population of around 1.3 million, making it The Netherlands' second largest city behind Amsterdam. Until it was superseded by Shanghai, Rotterdam's port was the busiest in the world, and it remains the busiest in Europe.

Being a port city, there's plenty to see around the harbour, and you can book short tours that will show you all the impressive aspects of this sprawling metropolis. The area around Blaak is of particular interest – this area suffered extensive damage in World War II and has been rebuilt with all manner of unique and fascinating buildings. As soon as you exit the Blaak metro station you will encounter the bizarre Cube Houses, which were designed by architect Piet Blom and are quite unlike most other kinds of houses you'll find anywhere!

A short distance from Rotterdam, and easily accessible via the metro system, is the historic area of Delfshaven, the buildings of which date back to the 1600s. There are plenty of interesting shops to visit by day, and appealing pubs and restaurants to frequent by night.

If you like football, then you'll be in luck as football-crazy Rotterdam has three professional clubs: Feyenoord, Sparta and Excelsior.

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