120 years of the Harwich-Hoek van Holland route!

2013-06-01 | Onboard | 1 Comment

June marks the official 120th anniversary of the ferry route between Harwich, Essex and Hoek van Holland! Since then we’ve come a long way.

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To celebrate, we are running some amazing offers throughout June, such as a car, driver, passenger and kids from only £99 return, and a bike, rider and a passenger from only £69 return.

For these and other amazing deals head to www.stenaline.co.uk/120years. All offers should be booked by 15 June, and used to travel throughout June.

 

 

  • Basil Adams says:

    I was Officers Steward on board the TSS Arnhem (1951-1954) so I know the ‘Hook quite well. Have travelled on both the Hollandica & Britannica…..EXCELLENT. A LOT different to the above Arnhem (which was akin to the Amsterdam; which was the ‘Sister’ Ship to on Queens Royal Yacht / Brittania). The whole ‘system’ is far superior & unbelievably better.
    British Rail ran the Night Ferries / Arnhem; Amsterdam & Duke of York (which had a collision and had a new Bow fitted /one Lady lost her life!). The Day Ferries were run by the Dutch / Emma & Beatrix.

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