DFDS Newcastle Amsterdam ferries. DFDS ferry crossings England to Holland. DFDS
Seaways Ferries, Newcastle Amsterdam car ferry to the Netherlands.
timetables, online car ferry booking, prices, ferry tickets and fares for your Drive-Alive
motoring holiday in Europe.
Why not leave the car in the UK and
cruise to Amsterdam!
DFDS fleet of modern ferries offers a comfortable and convenient way to cross
the North Sea to Amsterdam in the Netherlands. There is a direct sailing from Newcastle
to Ijmuiden near Amsterdam. Minimum check in is 1 hour 30 minutes. Pets are not
Newcastle - Amsterdam (Ijmuiden) : Leaves Newcastle daily at 5pm, arriving
9.30 next morning. Returns at 6pm daily, arriving Newcastle 9am next morning.
DFDS Newcastle Amsterdam timetables and fares
a cat or dog to the Netherlands?
OTHER DFDS FERRY ROUTES:
DFDS Ferries Copenhagen Oslo -
DFDS Ferries Harwich Esbjerg -
DFDS Norfolk Line Dover Dunkirk -
DFDS NorfolkLine Ferries Liverpool Belfast -
DFDS NorfolkLine Ferries Liverpool Dublin
Anyone living in Northern England or Scotland should consider the Newcastle
to Amsterdam crossing as an excellent alternative to the long drive south
to the Channel Ports. You arrive in Europe refreshed after a good night's
sleep. The ferry port near Amsterdam is just a few kilometres from the motorway
network taking you onwards into Europe.
Or you might want to spend some time exploring the fabulous cultural and
artistic highlights of the Netherlands. Amsterdam is a beautiful city with
its canals and elegant old buildings, and boasts some of Europe's great
museums and art galleries.
Just a short drive down the coast from the ferry terminal at Ijmuiden is the
Dutch capital, The Hague, and also nearby is the town of Delft, famous for its ceramics.
Rotterdam is a lively modern city with some spectacular architecture, great nightlife,
and more than its share of museums and galleries.
ferry company is currently sailing to a port in Germany, yet Germany is becoming
more and more popular as a holiday destination. From the clean sandy beaches of
the North Sea and Baltic coasts, through the great forests and mountains, to the
balmy shores of Lake Constance and skiing in the Bavarian Alps, Germany has something
for everyone, at remarkably good value.
Then there are the great cities of Berlin, Hamburg, Bremen, Frankfurt and Cologne
with their architecture and sophistication, and small towns which retain their historic
character as some of the major centres of European culture. So why not sail to Amsterdam
with DFDS, from where it is only a couple of hours' drive to the German border.
The old Fjord Line route (taken over by DFDS) from Newcastle to Bergen, Stavanger
and Haugesund in Sweden, was withdrawn in September 2008. The Cuxhaven (near Hamburg)
route has been withdrawn, as has Newcastle to Kristiansand and Fredrikshaven. DFDS
no longer operate ferries from the UK to Sweden or Norway and currently, neither
does any other operator.
Harwich - Esbjerg : Departs from both ports early evening on various days,
depending on the time of year. Arrival around mid-day next day.
Harwich - Cuxhaven near Hamburg: This route has now been withdrawn.
Newcastle - Kristiansand : This route has been withdrawn.
Newcastle - Bergen, Stavanger and Haugesund : DFDS ceased operating the
service from Newcastle to Norway (Bergen, Stavanger, Haugesund) on September 1st
part of the DFDS group of companies, DFDS Seaways (previously known as Scandinavian
Seaways) is one of the largest shipping lines in Denmark. The company has operated
passenger and freight services for over 130 years, with unrivalled experience of
the routes between the UK and northern Europe.
On board accommodation must be reserved. Choose the accommodation which best
suits your party and your budget. All the accommodation with DFDS has en suite
facilities and ranges from standard inside cabins with shower and WC, right up to
luxurious commodore suites which include breakfast.