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Once you have paid for the booking you will receive a waybill number. Using your waybill number - you can go to the port anytime during the booking validity period - and check in.

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Freight Charge:
The price for the freight vehicle.

Bunker Adjustment Fuel/Fuel surcharge. Reviewed every month against the cost of low sulphur fuel.

2 passenger is already included in the price.

Passenger Charges:
£19 and €25 per person.



P&O Ferries were delighted to host a successful ‘thank you’ event onboard the Pride of Rotterdam this weekend (31 July) to mark the nation’s first ever NHS, Social Care & Frontline Workers Day on 5 July.

P&O Ferries’ Pride of Rotterdam hosts NHS, social care and frontline workers day celebration in Hull.

P&O Ferries were delighted to host a successful ‘thank you’ event onboard the Pride of Rotterdam this weekend (31 July) to mark the nation’s first ever NHS, Social Care & Frontline Workers Day on 5 July. The new day of gratitude, thanks and remembrance will be held annually and was celebrated at events across Britain to raise funds for the NHS Charities Together and National Care Association. 

Onboard Pride of Rotterdam, the sold out celebration paid tribute to the sacrifices made by so many during the Covid-19 pandemic, with a national toast to frontline workers followed by a clap for heroes. Many activities and entertainment acts were on offer for attendees to enjoy, including steel drums, arts and crafts, afternoon tea and balloon modelling. Attendees also had the opportunity to win one of five mini cruises up for grabs in a charity raffle, the proceeds of which will be donated to NHS Charities Together and the National Care Association.  

With the event selling out more than a month in advance, all NHS, social care and frontline workers who registered for a ticket were able to attend free of charge.

Stephen Gainey, Operations Manager at P&O Ferries, said: “This event provided a wonderful opportunity to reflect and remember, whilst celebrating the service of frontline workers in Hull and beyond. At P&O Ferries, we are determined to make a positive economic and societal impact wherever we work, with community engagement, ethics and wellbeing at the heart of our sustainability strategy.

“Throughout Covid-19, the dedication and hard work of freight drivers enabled us to keep essential goods - including food, vaccines and medical supplies - moving at a time of national crisis. With the support of our parent company DP World, which is continually investing in UK infrastructure, we will continue to facilitate the reliable flow of goods between the UK and Europe, enabling businesses to bounce back as the world emerges from the pandemic.”

P&O is a leading pan-European ferry and logistics group at the heart of the Europe’s economy and a part of DP World, the leading provider of smart logistics solutions and enabler of the flow of trade across the globe. P&O Ferries is a major provider of freight transport and passenger travel services, sailing on eight major routes between Britain, France, Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, Holland and Belgium. Working closely with P&O Ferries, its logistics business P&O Ferrymasters operates integrated road and rail links to countries across the continent including Italy, Poland, Germany, Spain and Romania, and facilitates the onward movement of goods to Europe from Asian countries via the Silk Road. 

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