Where do ferries go from Felixstowe?

Where do ferries go from Felixstowe?

Felixstowe freight ferry services from the UK to Holland with DFDS Seaways. Felixstowe ferry port is in Suffolk, on the North Sea coast and is part of the UK’s busiest container port. From here you can catch DFDS Seaways ro-ro ferries to Rotterdam Vlaardingen in the Netherlands.

Is the Felixstowe to Bawdsey ferry running?

The Ferry. Deben ferries cross the river from Felixstowe Ferry to Bawdsey Quay. The ferry runs seasonally, from Easter to April at weekends only, 10am to 5pm, and daily from May to October, 10am to 5pm.

Is the Felixstowe Ferry running?

The service is run everyday from 10am – 5pm from April to the end of October and at weekends until New Year.

What is there to do on Felixstowe Ferry?

Crafty Coffee. Pottery Centres and Ceramic Cafes, Indoor.

  • Funtasia Felixstowe. Swimming Pools and Leisure Centres, Indoor and Outdoor.
  • Felixstowe Museum. Museums and Art Galleries, Indoor.
  • Harwich Harbour Ferry.
  • The Suffolk Punch Trust.
  • Dovercourt Skate Rink.
  • Dovercourt Bay Beach.
  • Havergate Island.
  • How much is the Felixstowe Ferry?

    Fares: Felixstowe – Harwich: Adult £4.00, OAP £2.00, Child £3.00 (Half price for bus pass holders). Family Discount: 2 Adults with 3 Children , Third child travels free. All fares are for a single journey.

    Are ferries running from UK to Netherlands?

    There are 3 ferry routes operating between England and Holland offering you combined total of 28 sailings per week. P&O Ferries operates 1 route, Hull to Rotterdam which runs 7 times weekly. Stena Line operates 1 route, Harwich to Hook of Holland which runs 14 times weekly.

    Has Felixstowe got a beach?

    Nothing beats a great day out on the beach in Felixstowe. Bring the whole family for a picnic on the sands, hang out and play some games with your friends or just relax in a deckchair with a good book. – Four miles of sand/shingle beaches, from Felixstowe Ferry to Landguard.

    Is there a beach at Felixstowe?

    Can you get to Amsterdam without flying?

    There are lots of ways to travel from the North of England to Europe without flying – by ferry (either in a car or as a foot passenger), by coach or by train. The ferries head east across the North Sea to Amsterdam, Rotterdam or Hook of Holland from where you can head further into Europe.

    How long is the ferry ride from Harwich to Amsterdam?

    Travel your way Our ferries depart from Harwich International Port and arrive at the Hook of Holland where you can continue your journey to Amsterdam in 90 minutes, or Rotterdam in just half an hour. If you’re travelling by foot, not to worry!

    Why take a ferry to Amsterdam?

    With its beautiful canals, culture and vibrant atmosphere it’s the perfect way to spend a few days before returning home or going further afield on a European adventure. Never mind the airports and baggage carousels – travelling by ferry to Amsterdam is the best way to arrive relaxed, refreshed and ready for your holiday.

    Is DFDS the world’s best ferry operator?

    Book now and travel with DFDS. We been voted World’s Leading Ferry Operator 2011-2021, Europe’s Leading Ferry Operator 2012-2021 and World’s Best Ferry Operator Website 2021! Thank you for voting and making us proud for more than 10 years in a row!