Stena Line operates daily passenger services between Hook of Holland and Harwich.
Two Superferries, "Stena Britannica" and "Stena Hollandica" operate on the Harwich - Hook of Holland route, as a result of an investment of over £375 million by Stena Line. These ships are two of the largest Superferries in the world and were launched in 2010.
The Stena Britannica and Stena Hollandica Superferries are identical in every way and feature two bars, two restaurants, shop, bureau de change, Stena Plus lounge, internet room, meeting room, casino, news room & magazine lounge, cinema, Curious George children’s area, gaming area, Barista coffee bar, sundeck bar and free Wi-Fi throughout the ship.
There is plenty of capacity for passengers and cars, giving travellers even more space to unwind. Each Superferry has 5.5km of car deck space, can carry 230 cars, 300 freight vehicles and offers 1,376 beds on board in 538 cabins.
Crossings take 6 hours and 15 minutes and there is a choice of a day or overnight sailing from Harwich and from the Hook of Holland daily.