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Book a ferry to Zeebrugge with AFerry. Ferries to Zeebrugge, in Belgium, are available from England. You can take a ferry to Zeebrugge from Hull.
Zeebrugge Ferry Companies
Ferries to and from Zeebrugge are operated by P&O Ferries. When you search for a ferry to Zeebrugge, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select. We'll also show you results for similar ports like Amsterdam, Ostend and Rotterdam Europoort to help you find the best times and prices to suit your plans.
Zeebrugge ferries with P&O Ferries are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Zeebrugge will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.
|Hull - Zeebrugge
Zeebrugge is a small village on the Belgian coast and a subdivision of Bruges, for which it is its modern international port. Bruges / Zeebrugge Ferry Port has a long history which dates back to the beginning of the Christian calender with periods of affluence but also of decline. Every year more than a million passengers pass through Zeebrugge Ferry Port.
Zeebrugge is an excellent starting point for exploring Flanders. Just a few miles away from Zeebrugge you will find the splendid medieval town of Bruges with its canals, historic buildings, great restaurants and famous chocolat. Or drive from Zeebrugge to Antwerp, the diamond center of the world, which takes about 80 minutes and admire its stunning architectural delights.
You could also drive two hours and go to Brussels, the bilingual capital of Belgium, to visit the famous Grand Place, one of Europe's most beautiful squares.
Ferries to and from Zeebrugge
P&O Ferries onboard facilities include shops, a coffee shop, restaurants, a Piano bar, cinema, live entertainment, casino, bureau de change and cabins to get a good night's sleep.
Zeebrugge port facilities
Zeebrugge Ferry Port facilities include a number of shops with souvenirs and reading materials, as well as snacks. There is also a cafe in the ferry terminal.
Facilities for the disabled include wheelchair access to all areas of the port, as well as special assistance for those with boarding difficulties. Passengers are however advised to notify the Zeebrugge port in advance of any specific needs that they may have.
Getting to Zeebrugge
The Zeebrugge Ferry Terminal is located at the outer dock (Buitenhaven), Leopold II Dam (Havendam). In Zeebrugge follow the signs 'Zone 1', 'Car ferries' and 'P&O Ferries/Hull'.
Bruges Central Station is served by national and international trains. Belgium is well connected to the European countries France, Holland and Germany via the TGV Thalys service with up to 3 train services a day from Paris to Brussels. From Brussels there are 4 departures an hour to Bruges. Journey time about 50 minutes.
From Bruges Central Railway Station to the Zeebrugge Ferry Port at Leopold II Dam (Havendam): bus departure is at 17:00 hours from the main entrance to the Central Railway Station. From the ferry terminal to Bruges Central Railway Station: departure is after arrival of the ferry. Prices are £2,00 / 3,25 Euro for single trip.
Leopold II Dam 13 (Havendam), B 8380, Belgium
Leopold II Dam 13 (Havendam), B 8380, Belgium
21 Nov 2019Autumn trip
Loading and unloading was very efficient. Cabin, together with several others had a problem with drains so we asked to be moved. We were moved to another part of the ferry which was better, but there were still some issues.
Review by Daniel KEATING
17 Sep 2019Short Break to Belgium
Enjoyed the ferry experienced. Cabin accommodation was fine. Duty Free unimpressive. Enjoyed watching the logistics of vehicle loading but waiting in line seemed to take a very long time.
Review by Anon
12 Sep 2019Family visit
very comfy 4 birth cabin the crew and surroundings were good.
Review by JON CUMMINS
01 Sep 2019good trip
The boat seemed much cleaner, the air con was better, was annoyed at the duty free, no choice of cigarettes and tobacco. Also no books or magazines to buy. Smooth sail, plenty of entertainment for the young and older people. Money exchange on the boat is great if you book it online before you board. I still feel that the prices of the ferry are extortionate, if they reduced the prices a little maybe they would get more people booking the ferry. Still had a great time.
Review by Jeanette Wilcock
13 Aug 2019Frustrating restaurant booking system
generally good but still no wiser how to book the bistro.... i called ahead of boarding and was told i could not book before boarding.... then boarded and was told (by a particularly and uniquely rude staff member) the restaurant was full, booked by walk on customers and people who had booked online....... pretty annoying. Generally ok, staff otherwise were great and the general restaurant was good and queues were short... but all in given the cost, time to board, preference for foot passengers etc... it was at best, ok.
Review by SANDRA H