Ghent Mini Cruise

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The historical backdrop combined with the modern day life of Ghent in Belgium offers its visitors the best of both worlds.

With pavement cafés, stylish shops, and choice of hotels, there are stunning places to see and plenty to do in Ghent. The only thing you need to decide is whether you’ll see it by foot, bicycle, carriage, moped, sailing boat or even hot air balloon!

If it’s authentic food and drink that you’re into then you won’t be disappointed. Ghent is famed for its Mestel bread, a spiced sandwich roll, Tierenteyn, a regional mustard, and, of course, Belgian confectionery, including chocolates, sweets, and ‘Sneeuwballen’ - traditional treats made from dark chocolate, vanilla and a dusting of icing sugar which simply melt on the tongue.

There are also yearly festivals, concerts, exhibitions, and plenty of walking, shopping, theatre, and concert activities, so you can tailor your visit to suit you.

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1 x standard cabin

Return coach to Bruges

Visit Gravensteen Castle during Ghent Mini Cruise P&O Ferries.

Explore the incredible Gravensteen Castle

During the Middle Ages Ghent was one of the richest and most powerful cities in Europe. Gravensteen Castle is situated in the heart of the city, a 12th century stone castle complete with moat.

They hold a range of events throughout the year making it one of Ghent’s most visited attractions. Our top tip is to go to the top of the ramparts for brilliant views of the city skyline. 

Ghent Museum of Fine Arts

Do you enjoy the arts? Then Ghent’s Museum of Fine Arts is the perfect place to get lost for a few hours.

It is the oldest museum in Belgium and home to over 600 masterpieces that span from the Middle Ages to the 20th Century. Ghent’s Museum of Fine Arts puts on a wide range of exhibitions, lectures and tours you can attend. 


Visit Ghent fine arts museum during your Ghent Mini Cruise


Plan your Ghent Mini Cruise

  • Day 1


  • 15:00

    Check-in opens at Passenger Terminal 2, Hull

  • 16:00

    Boarding commences for foot passengers & vehicles

    Cars belonging to priority boarding customers on the deck of a P&O Hull to Rotterdam mini cruise

    Priority boarding

    In a hurry?

    Take our priority boarding from just £6 per vehicle per way and be one of the first on and off the ferry. It's a great way to beat the queues! (Not available to passengers with pets)

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  • 17:00

    Last check-in

  • 18:30

    Ship departs for overnight cruise to Zeebrugge

    club lounge


    Stay Connected

    Check out your favourite online content whenever you want and from £3 for 90 minutes it won’t break the bank. You can also buy WiFi access for 15 hours for £12. This voucher can be bought at the reception of the ship.

  • Your Cabin

    Pick the type
    of cabin you would like and arrive rested and refreshed. 

    Mother with two children in P&O Cabin
    Standard Cabin Standard Cabin
    Couple in P&O Cabin with single beds
    Premier Cabin Premier Cabin
    Mother with two children in P&O Family Club Cabin
    Club Cabin Club Cabin
  • Day 2


  • 08:45

    Arrive in Zeebrugge (09:30 Sat/Sun).

  • 17:30

    Last coach departs from your destination to transfer back to the port (Zeebrugge)

  • 18:00

    Check-in and board ship

  • 19:00

    Ship departs from Bruges for another entertainment filled overnight cruise back to Hull

  • Day 3


  • 08:30

    Arrive in Hull (8:00 on Saturdays and Sundays)

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