When you want to take the ferry from the UK to the Netherlands, Newcastle to Amsterdam from DFDS is the best and only available ferry option. This ferry to Holland will get you to Amsterdam in just over 15 hours.
Seven weekly sailings with exclusively evening departures. The next day – after a good diner and casino – you’ll arrive at the harbor of Amsterdam / IJmuiden and you can enjoy your holiday in Holland.
Everything you need to know about the Newcastle Amsterdam connection
- You leave at 17:00 ( be sure to check in early ) and arrive at 9:45 in Holland / Amsterdam.
- During the trip, you can go to the casino, visit bars and games area, and watch live performances.
- If it’s possible during your trip you need to pre-book a table at the North Sea Bistro—an amazing dinner experience.
- Use the International ferry terminal Royal Quays in Newcastle for your car navigation. Need help there? Call: +44 191 293 6268
What is the price for a ferry to Amsterdam?
For a ferry to the Netherlands, the pricing of course is different based on supply and demand.
If you go for a family trip (4) what you can expect is about £ 600 – £ 1000 for a return trip. When you book for two adults only it’s £ 400 – £ 700 in total. If you want to cross to Amsterdam in a very cost-effective way, we advise you to book together with friends and share a 4-person room and go in one car. That’s the cheapest way. Other tips to reduce the price:
- Book early. Do it. Don’t wait; prices will go up!
- If you can: Travel with 4, as you can book a cheap room this way.
- Book through official channels and not through a ticket service. Go to DFDS and book on the website of DFDS.
- Check the following page on the DFDS website for possible discounts, coupons, and offers.
Your trip to Holland
We wish you the best travel from Newcastle England to Amsterdam the Netherlands. You’ll arrive in IJmuiden near Amsterdam, from IJmuiden there are several locations you can travel to:
- Amsterdam (by DFDS coach, included in the mini cruise!)
- Bergen aan Zee ( lovely beach town, about 40 minutes away from the harbor in Holland)
- Zandvoort & Bloemendaal ( the Amsterdam beach town, about 30 minutes, a good place to drink a few beers and simply have fun)
- Amsterdam of course ( many hotels, good restaurants, and a vibrant nightlife, about 30 minutes)
- Haarlem ( vibrant city, which many families, about 20 minutes )
- Other places are lovely to visit but not that close: The Hague, Rotterdam, Utrecht or maybe a typical old Dutch city like Naarden. Or visit one of the top NL castles in Muiden.