Harwich Ferries


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Harwich Routes

Special Offers

Please note: As of 29th September 2014, the passenger service between Harwich and Esbjerg with DFDS Seaways has closed. Alternative ports in Holland and France can provide convenient access to Denmark.

From Harwich Ferry Port you can book a crossing to Hook of Holland with Stena Line or to Esbjerg in Denmark with DFDS Seaways. These ferries can be booked online with AFerry.

Latest prices

Route Price Fare Details
Hook of Holland - Harwich
(Stena Line)
  • Booked: Tuesday, 13 October 2020
  • Travel: Thursday, 22 October 2020 - Saturday, 24 October 2020
  • Car + 1
  • Harwich Ferries
  • Harwich Ferries
  • Harwich Ferries

Ferries to and from Harwich

You will find all DFDS Seaways ferries offer the highest standards of comfort and all the on board facilities you could possibly dream of. You can choose from several different cabin types to suit your needs or choose a luxury one if you want to treat yourself.

Stena Line ships have many facilities including lounges, play areas, shops, wi-fi access, bars, cafes and restaurants as well as a choice of comfortable en-suite cabins.

Whatever route or ferry company you choose for your Harwich ferry, you are certain to have a pleasant and relaxing journey and booking couldn't be easier than with AFerry!

Harwich Port

Harwich Ferry Port is one of UK's leading multi-purpose freight and passenger ports with excellent road and rail links to the Midlands, London and the South East. It offers connections to Holland and Denmark, both of which can be booked online with AFerry.

Harwich port facilities

Harwich Ferry Port is a highly efficient, modern and multi-purpose harbor, offering all the services you would expect from a busy port.

Getting to Harwich port

Follow the main A12 road from London to just north of Colchester, then take the A120 to Harwich. From Norwich you take the A140 to north of Ipswich, then the A45 bypass round Ipswich, the A137 to Manningtree, and from there follow signs to Harwich.

Regular bus services run between Harwich and London, and several other towns in the UK. Trains run from London Liverpool Street station to Harwich International. Local rail services arrive at the terminal building, where an escalator will take you directly to the check in point.

About Harwich

Harwich is situated in the home county of Essex and as such is very easily reached from London, the south and even the midlands.

The port of Harwich is also actually wherewhere the Pilgrim Fathers built the famous Mayflower - the ship that transported the first English Puritans, known today as the Pilgrims from England to the New World in 1620. Today you can visit the yard where the Mayflower Project is underway - with the building of a replica of the famous ship. They plan to sail to America in 2020 for the 400th anniversary of the ship's famous voyage. Also worth visiting are the Harwich Redoubt and the Electric Palace Cinema - one of the oldest purpose-built cinemas to survive

Harwich Map

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Port Addresses


Harwich International Port, Parkeston, Harwich, Essex, CO12 4SR, United Kingdom

Stena Line

Harwich International Port, Parkeston, Harwich, Essex, CO12 4SR, United Kingdom