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Your Parking Guide for Hull (Ferry Parking)

Are you planning a trip from Hull to Rotterdam via ferry? Sorting out parking at the Hull ferry terminal can make your journey smoother if you don’t want to take your car along. Let’s break it down for you.

Understanding Parking Choices

The three choices you have when you want to park at Hull, and why we would probably always go for the first choice… 

1. Terminal Parking

If you prefer parking close to where the ferry sets off, terminal parking is your go-to. It’s super convenient but can fill up fast, especially during busy times. If you want to park here make sure you arrive earlier than early before your departure.

While this isn’t that cheap compared to parking at Hull we want to mention that the port is quite remote, you can’t just walk from long distance parking stations in Hull. 

2. Off-Site Free Parking

There are other places to park near the terminal. These spots might be a bit further away, but they can save you some money. One is from walking distance as you can see on our image, this is not a secured car parking though, so use it at your own risk

P&O Terminal Parking
Here you can see Terminal Parking vs Free Parking

3. Off-Site Long-Term Parking

There are about 12 large secured car parks in and around Hull. Of those there are a few long-term spots you can use, all are far away from the port though. We would personally go for the (brand new) Fruit Market Multi-Storey Car Park:

The multi-story car park is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with weekday parking from just £2 for up to three hours and weekend parking at just £2.50 per day for unlimited stays.

It’s an hour’s walking distance away though as all long-stay parking spots are far away from the terminal. There aren’t many other good locations like this nearby.

What you could do, though, is the following

  1. Drive to P&O Hull early, and drop off your c0- passengers.
  2. Drive 15 minutes to the Fruit Market Multi-Storey Car Park.
  3. Walk back (1 hour!) And ferry to Rotterdam! 🙂

Tips for Stress-Free Parking

  • Book Ahead: Try booking your parking spot in advance online. It can save you some cash and guarantee you a spot, especially when lots are busy.
  • Get There Early: Aim to arrive with plenty of time to spare before your ferry leaves. It gives you room for unexpected delays and makes finding parking less of a rush.

Free and Paid Parking Options

At Hull Port, the terminal parking simply costs a bit more because of the convenience. 

Finding More Info

For all the nitty-gritty details – like current rates, availability, and any parking policy changes – head to the official Hull Port website or give them a call ( 01304 44 88 88 ) . They’ll have the most up-to-date info.

Wrapping Up

Sorting out parking for your Hull to Rotterdam ferry trip doesn’t have to be a hassle. Plan ahead, consider your options, and remember to arrive early. These simple steps can make your travel day a whole lot smoother. Enjoy your ferry adventure!

Other Port of Hull travel guidance:

From Hull, you depart with the P&O ferry to the port of Rotterdam. The boat from Hull leaves for Rotterdam every day at 8:30 PM and arrives at 8:30 AM, with the exception of Friday and Saturday (9:00 AM). Please note: for the crossing to Rotterdam you must go to terminal 1.

Traveling to Hull Harbour

By car

Follow the A63 towards Hull City Centre, then follow signs for King George Dock & Ferries.

By bus

Buses depart daily from 5pm to King George Dock at the station next to St Stephen’s shopping centre.

By train

Hull Paragon is the nearest train station. There is a 5pm bus from the train station to King George Dock.

Port of Hull on the map

Address

P&O North Sea Ferries Ltd
Hull Ferry Terminal 1
King George Dock
Hedon Road
Hull
HU9 5PS

Contact details

Phone Number: 0031 107 145 464
E-mail: customer.services.europoort@poferries.com
Website: https://www.poferries.com/enl/routes/hull-to-rotterdam

Parking at Port of Hull

Are you traveling to Hull Port by car and do you want to park there? This is quite possible in a (covered) parking garage.

Terminal 1 parking garage

In the port of Hull there is a multi-storey parking garage at terminal 1. This parking garage is considered safe by many passengers. The cost for parking is £10 for every 24 hours. You can pay at the machine with a card (Visa or Mastercard) or with coins.

The parking garage is within walking distance of the terminal.

expert notificationIf you’re traveling from the north, follow the M62 to reach Hull city center via the A63. Coming from the south, follow the A15 via the Humber Bridge to reach the A63 and follow signs for King George Dock & Ferries and Terminal 1. Parking costs €8 for 24 hours (from 01/01/2019).

Sailing schedule: Hull arrival and departure times

From Hull you depart with the P&O ferry to the port of Rotterdam. The boat from Hull leaves for Rotterdam every day at 8:30 PM and arrives at 8:30 AM, with the exception of Friday and Saturday (9:00 AM).

⚠️ Be on time with check-in! Check-in at P&O Ferries closes 90 minutes before departure. So plan your trip well in advance and leave well in advance.

Please note: Terminal 1

For the crossing to Rotterdam you must follow terminal 1 in the port of Hull. Follow signs for King George Dock & Ferries and Terminal 1.

There are stewards who can help you on your way if you are not sure.

Arrival in Rotterdam

After about 12 hours of sailing you will arrive in the port of P&O Ferries Rotterdam. The center of Rotterdam is approximately 38 kilometers away; that is about a 40-minute drive by car via the A15.

With public transport? To and from the Rotterdam Europoort there are only bus transfers from P&O Ferries. This bus departs from the port at the bus station on Condestraat on weekdays from 9:15 am and on weekends from 9:45 am and travels to Rotterdam Central Station.

Continue to Amsterdam

Do you want to travel from Hull to Amsterdam? Then after the crossing from Rotterdam you can easily continue by car to Amsterdam via the A15. There are also bus transfers to Amsterdam Central Station: this arrives at Piet Heinkade 95 Bushaltestelle.

⚠️ Please note: do you want to use the bus transfers? you must reserve a bus ticket in advance.

ferry hull amsterdam

FAQ: About terminal Hull

The terminal you need for the Port of Hull is Hull Ferry Terminal 1, King George Dock.

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