2019 / 2020 CRUISES FROM HULL
Located on the north bank of the River Humber, the Port of Hull is less than 20 miles from the open sea. With great road and rail links - Hull rail station is just four miles from the cruise terminal - cruises from Hull are easy to access from most UK locations, including the North and East of England, and southern Scotland. We offer cruises from Hull aboard Marco Polo and Astoria, and sail to a number of countries in Northern Europe - such as Iceland, Russia and Norway.
Getting to Hull Cruise Terminal
Although one of the UK’s busiest ports, getting to the Port of Hull is hassle-free. The port is connected by dual carriageway road links to the M62, and then the M18 and M1. There are good train services from Doncaster and London King's Cross. It is also connected into the inland waterways system.
By train: Hull's city-centre rail station is well-connected with most UK cities. There are services to it that call at Stevenage, Grantham, Retford, Selby, Howden and Brough. There are also good services from Scotland and the Far North generally, linking to Hull via Doncaster. The station is just a 10-minute drive from the port.
By car: Take the A63 to Hull city centre and follow the clearly marked sign posts for King George Dock & Ferries to reach your cruise from Hull. There is car parking available at the port, but it must be pre-booked.
Please note that all cruise passengers must enter the port at the Northern Gateway. On arrival at the Port of Hull, staff will direct you to either the Passenger Arrivals Area or the designated car park. From here you will be taken by shuttle bus to the Cruise Terminal.
Facilities in the port of Hull
There are basic facilities available at the Port of Hull including toilets, lounge areas and shop selling food, drinks and newspapers.