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The Newcastle to Amsterdam (IJmuiden) ferry to Holland route connects the North-East of England (UK) to Northern Holland.
The ship to Amsterdam departs from the UK at 17:30 and after an overnight cruise arrives in Holland at 09:30 local time.
Two ships operate a daily ferry to Holland service bound for the UK depart 18:00 local time and arrive the following day at 09:00 UK time.
Take the ferry to Holland with Stena Line. Offering day and overnight sailings from Harwich to the Hook of Holland you can speed across on the Stena HSS or sail across on a Superferry. With ensuite cabin accommodation and free meals on overnight services, you're sure to enjoy a comfortable trip. What's more, with new lower fares and all online bookings saving £10, there's never been a better time to get onboard! Ferry from Harwich to Hook of Holland with Stena Line. Why not visit Amsterdam, Rotterdam or The Hague?
Don't go Dover to Calais. Go Harwich to Hook instead. German cities of Cologne and Bremen closer than you think. Ferry to Holland prices.
You can book either a single or return trip ferry to Holland from the ports of Harwich Uk, Newcastle UK and/or Hull UK.
Amsterdam in Holland is a great destination if you are after some culture and the relaxation that the main city of Holland has to offer.
Holland also has countless museums including; The Rembrandt House Museum, Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk Museum which is one of Europe's leading museums for contemporary and modern art.
The Dutch City of Nijmegen is really worth a visit. It is the oldest town in Holland and is now a bustling, lively city with lots of historic buildings and parks. It is also a great place to shop should you require a little retail therapy.
If it's beach life you are after then Holland will not let you down. Holland is a secret country when it comes to great beaches. It has over 40 seaside resorts along it's coast. The Netherlands has always had close links to the sea, reflected in the amount of cities along the coast with roots going back to the days of the Dutch East India company;Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague. Many of these cities retain an old fashioned quant air which makes Holland a fabulous destination for ferry travellers wishing to explore this exciting country by car.
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Harwich to Hook of Holland Ferry
Stena Lines have two daily sailings to Hook of Holland in the Netherlands from Harwick. Both passengers and freight are accommodated on the ferries which take around 3 hours, 40 minutes.
Harwich International Port is a leading multi-purpose passenger and freight port - one of the best in the UK.
Harwich port was originally built by the Great Eastern Railway as a rail ferry port in the 1880s. Over the last century the port has been transformed into the modern and multi-purpose port it now is. The port was originally named Parkeston Quay, after the Great Eastern Railways chairman - Charles Parks.
In 1997, Stena Lines introduced the HSS 1500 fast ferry Harwich - Hook of Holland service. Harwich as a port was redeveloped in readiness with a £12 million project which included a dedicated linkspan and berth for the Stena ship as well as major shoreside improvements.
Hook of Holland
It is within easy driving distance of major towns and cities such as The Hague, Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Brussels in Belgium and Cologne.
The Hook of Holland is a port and it's purpose is an entry point into The Netherlands and Europe for overseas visitors and merchants, as a result there's not much else around the port.
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Amsterdam is famous for its canals, art galleries, the Red Light District, its liberal attitude and trendy nightlife. Whether you visit for a few days or a few months you're sure to fall in love with this city, it's historic architecture and it's people.
Amsterdam's centre is enjoyably small-scale, though finding your way around the canal belt can be confusing. The old city is contained within the ring of concentric canals dating from the 17th century that form the crescent-shaped canal belt bordered by the Singelgracht. Think of it as half a bicycle wheel: the medieval city around Centraal Station is the hub, and several main roads, minor canals and the Amstel River function as spokes. Dam Square, five minutes' walk south of the station, is the centre of town, but there are several other happening 'centres', all within walking distance, making the city a joy to explore on foot or by bicycle.
Centraal Station, the central train and bus station, lies on the south bank of the IJ. The airport at Schiphol is 18km (11mi) south-west of the city centre.
The summer months are wonderful as the whole city seems to live outdoors, but it's also the peak tourist season, when things are full and expensive. From mid-October to mid-March the climate is miserable, but there are fewer tourists, things are cheaper and cultural life is at its most authentic. The shoulder seasons can offer the best of both worlds.
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Stena Line is one of the world’s leading ferry companies offering great fares and a faster ferry travel service to Holland, Britain and Holland. The Stena Line service is the ideal way to start your trip to Holland. Use the service for a long holiday or just for a day trip, by car or simply as a foot passenger. Whichever ferry route you choose you will know you are in safe and experienced hands with Stena Line Irish Ferries. As with all routes and companies, try book early and book securely online for the low ferry fares.
P&O North Sea P&O Ferries boasts the largest fleet of ships offering a wide range of services and facilities, the most comprehensive route network and the most frequent passenger and freight services to the Continent. Recently there was double delight for P&O Ferries after the company collected Best Ferry Operator and Ferry Company of the Year trophies at the British Travel Awards. Voting for the awards took place through a range of media, including Timesonline, Sky Travel Shop and AOL, with P&O Ferries taking the top slots for its services from Hull to Rotterdam and Zeebrugge, Dover to Calais, and Portsmouth to Bilbao.
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In 2005 DFDS ferries carried 1.6 million passengers and 216,000 cars on a fleet of six modern passenger liners.
DFDS Seaways ships offer the discerning traveller and holidaymaker the opportunity to enjoy a wide range of onboard leisure and business facilities and the confidence of sailing with a long established and successful company whose reputation is based on first-class customer service.
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Holland is home to Van Gogh, tulips, wind mills and channels. Why not take a Ferry to Holland with whichferry.co.uk to take a further look at the local attractions.
North Holland has everything for a varied short or long holiday. North Holland is Holland in a nutshell. All those elements which are so typical of the Netherlands you will find in North Holland. Beautiful beaches, historic towns and villages with exciting museums and cosy restaurants, water in and surrounding the province, miles and miles of walking and cycling paths, flowering bulbfields in the spring. We'`ve got it all. North Holland is Holland at its purest.
A Ferry to Holland will let you explore the Dutch peninsula's North Sea coast! The Noord-Holland Peninsula's North Sea coast combines kilometres of sand with the unspoilt natural environment of the Noord-Holland Dunes Reserve, popular with walkers and cyclists in summer and winter alike. Or take advantage of the country's countless options for water sports. Sailing, canoeing, rowing, wind or kite surfing, or cruising the water on your own motor yacht - plenty of choice. Try the veritable water sports paradise between Utrecht and Amsterdam, including the marvellous 'waterscapes' of Loosdrecht, Vinkeveen and Aalsmeer.
Further south you will find hilly landscape, great local cuisine and beautiful, picturesque villages - a great setting for a short break or holiday. This area is also the home of Mondo Verde Gardens near Valkenburg where you can admire China in springtime, Siberia in the summer, Portugal in autumn and Morocco during wintertime, just a few examples of the many varieties of gardens that Mondo Verde Gardens can offer. Taking a Ferry to Holland will also bring you close to Holland's famous bulbgrowing region with numerous flower exhibitions through the year.
If art is your interest there will be plenty of options as well with the well-know Dutch masters of painting such as Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Mondrian etc. With whichferry.co.uk you can book your ferry for your next trip to Holland. Our popular ferry routes to Holland include; Harwich to Hook of Holland (Harwich to Hook van Holland) with Stena Line Ferries, Hull to Rotterdam and Hull to Zeebrugge (Belgium) with P&O Ferries.
A Ferry to Holland will take you there to explore all of the above. Explore Holland by car, on foot, by bicycle or on horseback. Explore Holland with whichferry.co.uk. Our ferry routes include;
Harwich - Hook of Holland, with Stena Line
Hull - Rotterdam and
Hull - Zeebrugge in Belgium with P&O North Sea Ferries. You can also use the ferry service Newcastle - Amsterdam with DFDS seaways, or take the Dover - Calais route (Via France).
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Harwich - Hook of Holland Ferry by Stena Line Ferries. 4 crossings per day 3 3/4 hours
Hull - Rotterdam Ferry by P&O Ferries. 1 crossing per day taking 11 hours. Overnight sailngs, cabins required, full services available onboard the ferry.
Hull - Zeebrugge Ferry by P&O Ferries. 1 crossing per day taking 11 hours. Overnight sailngs, cabins required, full services available onboard the ferry.
Newcastle - Amsterdam Ferry by DFDS Seaways. 1 Crossing daily takes 16 hours.
Dover - Calais Ferry by Seafrance and P&O ferries. Frequent sailings available almost every half an hour. Crossing takes from 45 minitues to 1 hour 20 minutes.
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