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Hull Port

Officially known as Kingston upon Hull, this port city lying between the Hull and Humber rivers, was given its first charter by Edward I in 1299.

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  • Hull in detail
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Hull in detail

Officially known as Kingston upon Hull, this port city lying between the Hull and Humber rivers, was given its first charter by Edward I in 1299. Hull's old town retains its medieval pattern and some buildings going back to the 18th century and before. In the High Street is Wilberforce House (now a museum), birthplace in 1759 of the anti slavery campaigner, William Wilberforce and in the centre is Holy Trinity Church, England's oldest parish church dating from the 14th century. Reclamation of the old docks is providing the city with parks, marinas and a Maritime Museum.Near to the city is the Humber Bridge - it has the longest single span in the world. Also worth a look is Beverley with its ecclesiastical architecture in the splendid 13th century Gothic Minster and the 14th century St Mary's church. Burton Constable Hall and Park lies to the northeast of the city and to the northwest is Skidby Windmill - a 19th century working mill. 

Book Cruises from Hull at Cruise Direct.

A cruise from Hull is the perfect choice for anyone wanting to explore northern Europe, but you can also choose to tour the UK coastline from this easily accessible port.

You can cruise from Hull using a range of leading providers including Cruise & Maritime, who sail to Germany, Scandinavia, Russia, Scotland and Ireland.

Hull is well connected to the main road and rail links so a cruise from Hull easy to get to from most UK locations, and the port is one of the UK’s busiest.

Anyone leaving on a cruise from Hull can take advantage of the plentiful parking and excellent facilities before boarding.

By Rail: Take the train to Hull Paragon Railway Station, which is well connected to most UK cities. From there a regular bus service is available to take you to the dock.

By Car: Drive the city centre and follow the clearly marked sign posts for King George Dock & Ferries to reach your cruise from Hull.

 

  • Time Zone GMT 0
  • Currency Pound (£)
  • Language English
  • Population 256,100

Hull Weather

  • Temperature
  • Rainfall

temperature degrees centigrade

Jan
3
Feb
3.5
Mar
5.5
Apr
6.5
May
9.5
Jun
12.5
Jul
14.5
Aug
14.5
Sep
12.5
Oct
9.5
Nov
6
Dec
4

rainfall in mm

Jan
59
Feb
46
Mar
37
Apr
41
May
50
Jun
50
Jul
62
Aug
68
Sep
55
Oct
56
Nov
65
Dec
50