Harwich Ferry Port
Harwich ferry port offers regular sailings to the Hook of Holland.
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Directions To and From Harwich Ferry Terminal
Address: Harwich International Port, Parkeston, Harwich, Essex, CO12 4SR
You can reach Harwich ferry port on the following routes:
- Hook of Holland to Harwich (Stena Line)
Harwich ferry port is located to the south of Ipswich on the south east coast of England, opposite Felixstowe port. Harwich offers regular sailings to the Hook of Holland in the Netherlands.
Getting to Harwich Ferry Port
From the M25: Leave at junction 28 and follow the A12 (north) signposted Chelmsford and Colchester. At Colchester (Ardleigh Interchange) turn off the A12 onto the A120 following signs for Harwich. Continue for 6 miles until you reach Ramsey Hill Roundabout and from here follow signs for Harwich International Port.
Driving from the Midlands and the North: Use the A14 to Ipswich then join the A12 (South) heading in the direction of Colchester. At Colchester join the A120 and follow as above.
Abellio Greater Anglia trains take you direct to Harwich International station which is located next to the terminal building.
Local buses serve Colchester and Clacton as well as the immediate Harwich, Port and Dovercourt area.
Harwich Ferry Port Facilities
The Quayside Café sells a range of hot and cold drinks and snacks as well as alcoholic beverages. There are also vending machines dispensing hot drinks & confectionery
A Europecar Car and Van Hire outlet is located at the port.
Unisex disabled toilet facilities are available on the first floor of the Ferry Terminal and the Departure Lounge after passing through controls. Ample wheelchairs are available at The Cruise Terminal. In addition, wheelchair-friendly ramps are fitted on all split-levels in the building. The walkways leading to cruise ships are also wheelchair friendly to provide easy access to your ship.
An information point is located at the terminal.
Parking at Harwich Ferry Port
Both short and long stay parking is available at the port. The first 30 minutes is free. The car park machines accept payment by cash or credit card. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the car park is safe and secure vehicles are left at owner’s risk.
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