The Pride of Bruges cruise ferry features a great choice of places to eat and drink as well as a host of other facilities including, a cinema, a shop, live entertainment and a range of comfortable cabins.
All cabins on the Pride of Bruges are en-suite with towels and bed linen provided. 2 or 4 bunked standard cabins have a choice of either inside or outside with a sea view. Premier cabins are available as 2, 4 or 5 bunk inside or outside with a sea view. All Club cabins have a sea view and are located in a quiet section of the ship and offer more space and a range of extras including a tv, telephone, fresh fruit, plus tea and coffee making facilities in the cabin.
With a choice of bars and restaurants onboard, there really is something for everyone. If you are travelling with the family then head to the Four Seasons carvery and eat-as-much-as-you-like buffet, serving exciting cuisine from around the world - the place for a traditional roast dinner, or a light salad. If you prefer to dine in style then try Mayfair's famous Langan's Brasserie, with the highest quality food and wine served to your table.
Onboard coffee shops serve a selection of light snacks and pastries - plus a wide range of hot and cold drinks, including the famous Costa Coffee.
For a drink, check out the Piano bar - with its relaxed atmosphere it makes for the perfect place to wind down. The Sunset Show Bar features the best in cabaret-style entertainment from the house band, plus some fantastic drinks promotions.
There are bargains to be had in the onboard shopping areas with savings of up to 50% off UK high street prices. You’ll also find a great range of books including the top 20, magazines, newspapers, kids' activities and toys.
There are plenty of things to keep you and your family occupied during the overnight crossing. You're guaranteed a night to remember in the Sunset Show Bar - the live entertainment spans everything from popular music from the resident band to cabaret shows catering for the whole family. You could also choose to sit back and enjoy one of the latest Hollywood blockbusters in the onboard cinema, or maybe even flirt with lady luck in the casino. The main lounge offers dancing, bingo and quizzes alongside fabulous musicians.
There’s also a commission free bureau de change and an ATM machine with an E Top up facility.
For children there’s a variety of activities, including play areas and quieter spots for watching videos. During the summer holidays, you will find free children's entertainers onboard and specially trained staff, who are there to encourage a little creativity with some supervised painting or drawing, allowing parents to sit back and enjoy their own space. There’s all the latest and best in video game technology for the not so little.
Pride of Bruges vehicle passengers who are mobility impaired will be located near to entrances on the car decks for ease of access to the lifts. All areas of the ship are fully accessible with lifts and there’s specially adapted cabins with wider doorways.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Pride of Bruges guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
96% of our customers recommended this ship
"A pleasure as always."
Really easy to board, to find everything and helpful staff. Not too crowded so able to find a seat where you want, good food facilities and a good night's sleep.
Reviewed 25 October 2016 by Richard who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
"Hull to Zeebrugge return journey September 2016"
So fortunate on both crossings across North Sea, calm seas with very little wind, made our journey so pleasant. Excellent accommodation even for pensioners! Crew/Staff members inc. Bar and Shop staff gave excellent service and we commend them for their efforts in making our journey a very pleasant experience.
Reviewed 18 October 2016 by Dominic who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
"First time north sea ferries "
Ann and myself arrived at Hull Ferries it was well signed and easy to follow, straight through customs then after a short wait were directed aboard to where we parked, staff were polite and helpful. The cabin was clean and tidy only let down was the mattress was a bit tired a nice smooth crossing. On our way home a different cabin and the mattress was very comfy again the docks area was well signed and easy to find
Reviewed 10 October 2016 by Alan who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
"Holiday Trip to France"
We holiday in France every year, normally we drive to Folkestone and stay overnight and then take the car on the Eurotunnel train next morning, this year we though we would try the Hull to Zeebrugge P&O Ferry, as it is only one hour's drive to Hull from York instead of the normal four and half hour's drive to Folkestone. We are glad we made the change as it was brilliant and very relaxing, we boarded the ferry, located our cabin and then booked a table in the restaurant before sitting down in one of the lounges with a drink. After an excellent meal we again relaxed in one of the lounges before turning in for the night, and although the cabins only have bunk beds we found them surprising comfortable, so we both had a good nights sleep. After a good breakfast next morning we disembarked in Zeebrugge and went on our way to France, we are very glad we chose this way to travel and will certainly do this again next year.
Reviewed 24 September 2016 by Anthony who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
"Pity about the small dining room"
The Hull - Rotterdam route is serviced by newer and larger ferries than Hull - Zeebrugge, with faster and easier loading of cars (no queues), larger cabins and public areas. However the dining facilities are cramped and badly laid out, with less choice subsequently. I suspect that to get a decent meal you would have to go ala carte. We far prefer Hull - Zeebrugge, and only sailed to Rotterdam because on our chosen day of travel it was the only one running.
Reviewed 24 September 2016 by Peter who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
"Trip to euro land"
Brilliant crossing. Brilliant return staff superb entertainment on each crossing exerlent.
Reviewed 23 September 2016 by Ian who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
"Ferry to Zeebrugge"
The trip to & from Zeebrugge was smooth, the cabins were clean & comfortable, prices on board are reasonable so we arrived relaxed and ready to start our journey. The breakfast was excellent with plenty of choice.
Reviewed 09 September 2016 by John who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
This is a fantastic ship. The staff and then food in the Brasserie are excellent. Nothing is too much trouble. This was our second trip this year we shall be travelling again soon.
Reviewed 31 August 2016 by Marcia who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
We had a recent trip to Bruges from Hull. Staff friendly and helpful. We had an inside cabin for the time to our surprise it was much bigger than outside cabins although no window! Breakfast in The Kitchen restaurant has improved greatly from the last time we traveled. Sea was calm and sunny in Bruges. Lots to do and see. Well worth the trip
Reviewed 13 August 2016 by Anonymous who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
"Perfect end to our Perfect HOLIDAY"
HAVING SPENT 3 WEEKS TOURING EUROPE ON OUR MOTORCYCLE WE BOARD THE FERRY AT ZEEBRUGGE DESTINATION HULL. THE WEATHER WAS BEAUTIFUL,THE STAFF WERE FRIENDLY THE FOOD WAS VERY TASTEY AND A FAIR PRICE WE SLEPT LIKE BABIES IN OUR BUNKS AND AWOKE FOR AN HEARTY BREAKFAST. THANKS P&O FANTASTICO!
Reviewed 13 August 2016 by Mark who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
Everything went well.
Reviewed 09 August 2016 by Anonymous who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
"P and O Still doing the business !"
Travelled Hull to Zeebrugge and back on the Pride of York/Brugges and lived up to expectations. Ships are the former Hull/Rotterdam models and in some lights the exteriors look a little aged now although interiors have been upgraded. Service up to expectations as was catering.
Reviewed 08 August 2016 by David who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
From arriving at the dock at Hull,it was the start of a very good holiday. The staff were very courteous, nothing was too much trouble for them. Cabins are comfortable and clean. Plenty of choice for food, which was served hot! Able to move around the ferry without being crowded. I have travelled many time's on this route, on my own, but this time I shared it with friends and they really enjoyed it and compared it to the many cruises they have been on and stated it is on par for comfort,food, facilities and the help from the staff.
Reviewed 26 July 2016 by Chris who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
"Hull - Zeebrugge"
Excellent. Chose the evening meal and breakfast option which proved to be very good. All food was perfectly cooked and unlike many buffets all was as if just cooked for you! very good all round Oh apart from the entertainment, the girl did manage to murder some very good songs, the two guys were OK but the girl put us off any more!
Reviewed 16 June 2016 by Michael who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
"Great trip, exactly what it says on the tin."
Efficient and friendly staff, great food, comfortable cabin and a smooth crossing as a bonus! Much better than slogging down to Dover any day!
Reviewed 15 June 2016 by Mark who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
We had a smooth crossing overnight there and back, the staff were helpful when needed, extra bed bars were provided upon request for children. Dinner was nice, but pricey for what it was, still, the snack bar was sufficient if you didn't want dinner. Kids area could do with more in it, it's more like a padded cell than a play room! One point should be that there was no mention when booking that pregnant ladies over 28 weeks are not allowed to sail without a doctors note, by chance we just didn't need one, but a week later and it could have ruined our holiday.
Reviewed 14 June 2016 by Anonymous who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
"Another fabulous trip"
What a great start and finish to our short holiday. Although quite a bit smaller than the Hull to Rotterdam ferries, the ferry is clean and comfortable and the staff are friendly. The cabin was small but spotlessly clean with comfy bunks. This time we opted to dine and breakfast on board. The food was of good quality and there was a large variety of different dishes to choose from, plus you can eat as much as you like! The bars and coffee lounge were pleasant places to pass some of the time and we even enjoyed a sunny evening on deck on the way back home.
Reviewed 11 June 2016 by Anonymous who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
The ferry terminal was well signposted and easy to find. Ticket collection was swift and once on board collection of cabin keys was simple. Cabin was clean and very comfortable just maybe a little stuffy with 4 people in. Food on board was good quality in the bistro with good choice and excellent service on the outward journey. We opted to take the special offer dinner and breakfast on the return and found the great value and very reasonable quality food and , once again, great service. Only down side was the long wait to get through passport check leaving Hull coming home which took over an hour to get through but this was no fault of the ferry company and more to do with the state of the nation at the moment. Overall excellent.
Reviewed 05 June 2016 by Neil who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
"Very pleasant trip"
We had a great sailing both to and from Zeebruge-Hull. The cabin was clean and had all you need, the choice of food form the buffet was great the staff exceptionally helpful and friendly.
Reviewed 03 June 2016 by Anonymous who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges
"Suprisingly good quality dinner. "
Relaxing trip across from Hull to Zeebrugge. Dinner in the restaurant was of unexpectedly high quality. Interesting menu, well presented and tasty.
Reviewed 30 May 2016 by Gregor who travelled with P&O Ferries on Pride of Bruges