Harwich Ferry Terminal Parking
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Harwich Ferry Terminal has serviced passenger and freight ferries between England and Europe for over 150 years. Current passenger services run between Harwich and the Hook of Holland, and some cruise liners stop at the port as well.
The passenger services are operated by Stena Line and are available 363 days of the year with services departing Harwich 09:00am and 11:00pm Monday to Saturday, and 10:00am and 11:00pm Sundays.
The crossing between Harwich and the Hook of Holland takes just over 6 hours, and Stena Lines operates 2 identical ferries on this service. Both ferries have a casino, cinema, children’s area, gaming area, coffee, sundeck and free WiFi as well as 2 bars and 2 restaurants. For an extra charge, the Stena Plus Lounge on both ferries offers a “quiet area” and comfortable seating for your journey.
Both ferries - the Stena Britannica and Stena Hollandica - are 240m in length and can take a total of 1200 passengers. They both have cabins with beds and ensuite bathrooms available. There are a range of cabins available including single, twin, 4-bed and a more luxurious captain’s class cabin with a double bed. You also have the option of booking a cabin with or without a window.
The Harwich Ferry Terminal port also has a number of services for passengers as well. There is free WiFi, a cash machine and foreign currency machine, toilets, and the Quayside Cafe. The town of Harwich is nearby, but if you are not travelling through the town you can find a Morrison’s, Lidl, McDonalds and Argos all within walking distance of the port.
For disabled passengers Harwich Ferry Terminal offers a number of accessibility options and facilities including wheelchairs, wheelchair access and unisex toilet facilities for those who need them. Ferry terminal staff are also able to assist passengers when required.
If you are not bringing a vehicle on your ferry crossing there is a railway station that stops at Harwich Ferry Terminal. Harwich International train station services the greateranglia line providing access to the ferry terminal from London and other cities.
For cargo and shipping purposes, Harwich Ferry Terminal operates 25 weekly services between England and the Netherlands. There are services for drivers working on these services including toilets and showers, free WiFi and a diner.
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Parking at Harwich Ferry Terminal
Harwich Ferry Terminal Parking is available just outside the ferry terminal itself. The car park operates on a park and pay basis with machines accepting cash or card. Cruise parking is available at a separate, designated car park if you are arriving or departing via a cruise ship.
Current costs for parking at Harwich Ferry Terminal are listed below:
- Up to 30 minutes - free of charge
- Up to 2 hours - £1.80
- Up to 6 hours - £.3.50
- Up to 12 hours - £5.30
- Daily rate (24hr period) - £8.60
- Lost ticket - £85.00
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By Train: Harwich International railway station is located just outside the ferry terminal itself. The greateranglia line runs between London and this station, and the trip takes around 70 minutes.
By Bus: There is a bus stop just outside the Harwich Ferry Terminal which links Colchester Town Centre, Harwich town and Upper Dovercourt to the ferry terminal.
By Car: From London follow the M11 to the M25, join the A12 and follow this to the A120 which goes directly to Harwich.
By Ferry: The Stena Line ferries connect Harwich Ferry Terminal with the Hook of Holland.
By Plane: Heathrow and Gatwick airports are around a 2-hour drive from Harwich Ferry Terminal. London Stansted Airport is a little closer at 1-hour by car.
Disabled Parking in Harwich Ferry Terminal
Parking at Harwich Ferry Terminal for disabled visitors is located at the entrance to the ferry terminal. There are short and long stay parking spaces available here, and a lift is also available for easier access to the check-in desk. Standard charges apply for these car parks.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Harwich Ferry Terminal, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Harwich. The closest ones to Harwich Ferry Terminal are:
- Harwich International Port
- Stena Line Ferry
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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How can I contact Harwich Ferry Terminal?
For booking enquiries with Stena Line call 03447 707 070.
How far is Harwich from London?
The town of Harwich is around 66 miles from London while Harwich port is 85 miles from London.
When is Harwich Ferry Terminal open?
The ferry terminal is open 24 hours but some facilities including the cafe are only open for day sailings.
How much does it cost to sail from Harwich to the Hook of Holland?
There are economy, flexi and premium fare types available for travel on the Stena Line ferries running between Harwich and the Hook of Holland. Prices vary depending on your fare type if you book a cabin or are boarding as a foot passenger or bringing a vehicle. You can check the price for the day you want to sail at stenaline.co.uk or by calling 03447 707 070.
What is the address for Harwich Ferry Terminal?
Stena Line, Harwich International Port
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