There are 3 ferry routes operating between Holland and England offering you combined total of 28 sailings per week. P&O Ferries operates 1 route, Rotterdam to Hull which runs 7 times weekly. Stena Line operates 1 route, Hook of Holland to Harwich which runs 14 times weekly. DFDS Seaways operates 1 route, Amsterdam (Ijmuiden) to Newcastle which runs 7 times weekly.
As the frequency and duration of crossings on some routes varies we would advise that you do a live search for crossings from Holland to England to get the most up to date information.
The country with more bicycles than people and officially known as the Netherlands, Holland is bordered by Germany, Belgium and the North Sea.
Holland is one of the most densely populated countries with some sixteen million inhabitants spread over sixteen thousand square miles.
With its famous cities, picturesque villages, tulips and windmills, Holland attracts many tourists. The rivers and canals covering the country also mean that the beach is never too far away either.
Holland is well connected to the UK by ferry with crossings connecting the country with ports in the south east, east and north east of England. Ferry crossings from Holland to England are frequent, year round and operated by large ferries with cruise like facilities.
Though the crossings are generally longer and more expensive than those connecting France with England, if you are in Holland or further east and have a final destination in the east of England, or anywhere north of London, travelling from Holland is likely to offer the most direct route.
England is the largest and most populous of the four 'home nations' that make up the United Kingdom.
Geographically England is defined as the region in the central and southern parts of the United Kingdom with Scotland to the North, Wales to the West and North Ireland to the West across the Irish Sea.
England can be divided into Northern England, the Midlands and Southern England with London in the South as the capital and center of finance and culture.
Ferry travel is a very popular and well developed mode of reaching England, especially with visitors from Ireland and Northern Europe. It is an island after all.
With a choice of numerous ferry ports on offer connecting the likes of Ireland across the Irish Sea, France across the channel and Holland across the North Sea, it is no surprise that crossings to England and its numerous world class ports are managed by some of the largest, luxurious and most well-known ferry companies in operation.