The ferry terminal is 3.3 miles from Hull city centre.
P&O North Sea Ferries Ltd
Hull Ferry Terminal 2
King George Dock
GETTING TO HULL
You can get to Hull ferry terminal by road, or by taxi or bus from the city centre.
Below you’ll find all the information you need to get there on your departure day.
Make sure you leave in plenty of time: Check-in for all passengers sailing from Hull to Rotterdam is 90 minutes before departure at Terminal 2.
From the north, follow either the M62 or A1079 and join the A63 to Hull city centre. If you’re coming from the south, take follow the A15 across the Humber Bridge then turn east to find the A63 that way. Once in Hull, follow the signs to King George Dock & Ferries and Terminal 2.
The Hull ferry bus pick-up point is at Paragon Interchange, Stand 38 (Bus 70). Last bus: 17:00. If you’re taking this coach you don’t need to worry about check-in times. Cost is £3.25 (single).
Hull can be reached easily by train from locations in the North of England and Scotland. The taxi fare from Hull train station to the ferry terminal is approximately £5 (€8).
If you’re travelling on foot or taking one of our minicruises, you must check-in via Terminal 1.
- The terminal can get busy at peak times so please arrive in plenty of time for your ferry.
- Car parking at Hull is chargeable at £7 per 24hr period.
- It’s important we get everyone on board quickly so all ferries can depart on schedule.
Our top tip if you are travelling on our North Sea Routes is to make sure you know how to turn off your car alarm before you arrive at the port. We ask holidaymakers to turn off their car alarm whilst on the ship to prevent them from going off during the sailing. Please refer to your car manual for instructions on how to disable your car alarm.