Ferry Crossing from Harwich to Hook of Holland

Sail with Stena Line from the south east coast of England, Harwich to the Hook of Holland. Journeys take between 7.5 hours and 8 hours and sail twice daily; once in the morning and once overnight.

Destination: Hook of Holland

The Hook of Holland is literally a port and there is not too much to say about it as a place. Its purpose is as an entry into Holland, and regarded as an ideal gateway into Europe. It is within easy driving distance of many towns such as The Hague (25 kms away), Rotterdam (30 kms away), Amsterdam (80 kms away), Brussels in Belgium (180 kms away) and Cologne (290 kms away). There are two railway stations, one close to the beach and the other close to the town centre.


This international port is located on the north eastern coast of Essex, Harwich International Port was formally known as Parkeston Quay.

Route Summary

Average Sailing Duration: 6 hours 15 minutes
Number of sailings from Portsmouth: 2 crossings per day
Sailing times: 09.00, 23.45

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