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The crossing between Harwich and Hook Of Holland is served by Stena who provide availability for 14 sailings per week with mostly morning and evening departures and crossing times shorter than 8 hours. Ships that operate this crossing allow both vehicles and foot passengers. In addition to deck space, all ferries offer more comfortable solutions ranging from reserved seating to various cabins, suitable for singles, couples and families. There are toilets, bars, shops and self service restaurants on board.
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Port of HARWICH
Harwich is the smallest of the three main cruise ports that serve London (Harwich, Southampton and Dover). It has a single berth, with a single terminal, even at the height of the summer season there is only one cruise ship every other day. Next door to the cruise terminal is the ferry terminal, with large ferries going to the Netherlands and Scandinavia. Both ferry and cruise terminals are a small part of a much larger port complex. On the other side of the river from Harwich is Felixstowe, one of the UK's largest container ports. There are facilities at the passenger terminal, including a ca... [More information]
Address: Harwich International Port, Parkeston Quay Parkeston Harwich CO12 4SR United Kingdom
Directions: Google Map @ Harwich, port
Guide of HOOK OF HOLLAND
The Hook of Holland, or Hoek van Holland in Dutch, is located in the Southwestern corner of Holland, the word hoek, means corner. It is located at the mouth of the New Waterway shipping canal, which flows into the North Sea. The closest city is Rotterdam and the population of Hoek van Holland is just under 10,000. There are daily connections to Essex and Lincolnshire in the UK from this port town. A brief history of Hoek van Holland The town is quite close to Rotterdam and is included within its urban area, but Hoek van Holland itself was mainly established in the 19th century. In the late 180... [More information]
14 weekly sailings - Duration: 6 hours 45 minutes
Ships: Stena Britannica , Stena Hollandica