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The route connecting Hook Of Holland and Harwich is operated by Stena only who make 14 weekly sailings available with travel times ranging bewteen 6 hr 30 min and 9 hr 30 min. exclusively afternoon and evening departure times for these crossings. You can also get to your destination with your car because ferries that operate on this crossing allow vehicles. In order to provide optimum passenger comfort, each ship is equipped with food shops, an information centre and accommodation suitable for all needs (according to availability).
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Port of HOOK OF HOLLAND
Hoek Van Holland lies on the Dutch coast, west of the city of Rotterdam. The terminal features a tickets and reservations office, short and long-term parking, a sushi restaurant, disabled assistance, vending machines, an accessible toilet and Wi-Fi. Getting to and from the passenger terminal The ferry terminal is a 40-minute drive from the centre of Rotterdam and The Hague and 1 hour 40 from Amsterdam. It's easy to get around as a foot passenger as there is a metro service that runs right to the terminal from Rotterdam, the yellow B train. To get to The Hague and Amsterdam, you must travel int... [More information]
Address: Haven Hoek van Holland, Stationsweg 10 3151 HS, Hoek van Holland
Directions: Google Map @ Hook Of Holland, port
Guide of HARWICH
Harwich is a town in the county of Essex, in the south east of England. It is a port situated on the east coast of the North Sea. A brief history of Harwich In Old English, the name Harwich means ‘military settlement’. There is evidence of an early settlement in 1177, as the remains of a little church were found, but the town was officially established in 1238. It was an important port because of its strategic location, as one of the few safe harbours on the North Sea between London and the north of England. The Harwich Royal Navy Dockyard was created in 1652 and the do... [More information]
14 weekly sailings - Duration: 6 hours 30 minutes
Ships: Stena Britannica , Stena Hollandica