Ferries to Amsterdam from Liverpool

Unfortunately there are currently no ferries from Liverpool to Amsterdam.

With Liverpool situated on the west coast of Great Britain and Amsterdam located to the east, no passenger ferry company will ever operate a regular ferry service, the sailing would take over a day and would simply not be affordable. The only sailings out of Liverpool or anywhere near Merseyside are to Ireland.

Ferries to Amsterdam

Amsterdam at Night

So if you are taking the ferry from Liverpool to Amsterdam, then you realistically have 2 options.

Drive 3 hours cross country to Newcatsle….

Drive 2 hours in England / 1 hour in Holland

  • Drive 125 miles from Liverpool to Hull
  • Then catch the ferry from Hull to Rotterdam
  • Drive 5o miles north to Amsterdam

So it’s not really that long a drive you will be looking at if you want to take the ferry to Amsterdam from Liverpool. Whichever route you choose you will more than likely go through two of England’s biggest cities Manchester and Leeds, so why not stop of there and enjoy some of these cities attractions.

There are currently 3 direct passenger ferries sailing from the UK to Holland, they all sail from east coast of England. Newcastle has the only direct sailing to Amsterdam, whilst you can sail to the hook of Holland region from both Hull and Harwich. All three ferries are operated by different companies.

 
Route
Sailings per day
Departure Time
Sailing Time
Car & 4 passengers
 
Newcastle to Amsterdam Ferry
Newcastle to
Amsterdam
1
17:00
15h30m
from £172
Hull to Rotterdam
Hull to
Rotterdam
1
21:00
11h0m
from £164
Harwich to Holland
Harwich to
Hook of Holland
2
09:00
23:15
6h 30m
7h 30m
from £95
from £194
All 3 routes allow foot passengers, bicycles, motorcycles, cars, vans, motorhomes & caravans.
Prices are based on cheapest one way journey – Book as early as possible for the cheapest fares.