Hull cruise port is located on the north bank of the river Humber just a 15 minute drive east from the city centre and set for a major update project up to 2022. Cruises from Hull are a great option for those looking to cruise to Iceland, the Norwegian Fjords and the Baltic on a no-fly cruise primarily with Cruise and Maritime Voyages.
Most Cruises from Hull head north to the Hebrides, before taking in classic British ports such as Liverpool and Dublin or London on a tour around the British Isles or to Northern Europe and the Baltic. These itineraries take in such wonderfully varied destinations as Stockholm and Saint Petersburg, Iceland and the Norwegian Fjords. You may even get the chance to see the iconic Northern Lights!
As well as being the gateway to a number of fantastic cruise destinations, Hull has plenty to offer either side of your cruise. Check out The Deep, the famous aquarium boasting a walk-through glass tunnel to see sharks, rays and vibrant shoals of colourful fish, as well as petting pools and penguins. The Streetlife Museum is also a fascinating attraction to learn all about the history of public transport throughout the decades showcasing buses, bikes, trams and even a biplane. Outside by the river, you’ll find the Arctic Corsair where an expert ex-fishermen will take you on a tour and tell you the tales of this veteran deep-sea trawler. To learn more about Hull’s deep sea-faring history, head to the Maritime Museum. Alternatively, Wilberforce House recounts the story of world-famous abolitionist William Wilberforce who was a major figure in the emancipation of slaves throughout Britain and colonies.