Port of Hull

Hull enjoys good road connections, the A63 leads straight to and from the ferry port. The A63 joins up to the A15 at the Humber Bridge. The Humber Bridge is easy to get to from the M180 link road and costs £1.50 (March 2018) for cars each way. Please be aware that the road system in Hull struggles at busy times to cope and delays can and do occur, please allow some extra time to get to the port. I find the roads best when arriving about 3:30pm / 4:00pm before the traffic builds up. Remember boarding of the ships starts around 4:00pm for both foot and car passengers.

If you want to travel by Coach, National Express, the national coach company, operates regular daily services from all over the country to several stops in Hull, including inside the Ferry Port. There is also a local bus service that calls in at the terminal to connect with arrivals and departures.

Hull offers direct services to London Kings Cross (roughly 2 to 2.5 hours away) and is well connected to the UK's major cities. Hull Station is the nearest train station to the Ferry Port, which is right in the heart of the Town, where Buses and Taxis are close.

Car Parking and Prices
Short and long-term parking is available at the port. Parking facilities are above the travel centre / check-in area. There are special disabled spaces on the ground floor and lifts available. Facilities are accessible 24 hours a day seven days a week. The cost in March 2018, was £7 per 24 hours and is payable by either coin or card as the machines do not accept notes. For minicruises the cost of carparking is £14.