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The sea crossing between Newcastle and Amsterdam is operated by Dfds only who provide 7 weekly sailings with travel times that don't exceed 15 hr 45 min and exclusively evening departures. You can also get to your destination with your car because ferries that operate on this crossing allow vehicles. In addition to deck space, all ferries offer more comfortable solutions ranging from reserved seating to various cabins, suitable for singles, couples and families. There are toilets, bars, shops and self service restaurants on board.
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Port of NEWCASTLE
Several small passenger ferries cross the River Tyne regularly, but the international ferry terminal is called the Port of Tyne International Passenger Terminal. At the terminal, there is a car park, cafe and shop, a Booking office, toilets and baby changing facilities and arcade games. Getting to and from the passenger terminal Foot passengers should catch the metro from Newcastle Central Station on the yellow line to Percy Main. Then its 10-15 minute walk to the ferry terminal. DFDFs ferry company also provide a shuttle bus service from Bewick Street, opposite Central Station. Departur... [More information]
Address: International Passenger Terminal, Royal Quays, North Shields NE29 6EE, UK
Directions: Google Map @ Newcastle, port
Guide of AMSTERDAM
Amsterdam is one of the most fascinating capital cities in Europe, it is bursting artistic and cultural beauty and it manages to be both historic and avant-garde. Amsterdam is connected to the North Sea via the North Sea Canal and there are also many canals and bridges around the city, giving it lots of character. A brief history of Amsterdam The birth of Amsterdam dates back to the 13th century when it began as a fishing village near a dam along the Amstel river. The city grew to become an important commercial hub and in the following century, Amsterdam developed trading relations with ... [More information]
7 weekly sailings - Duration: 15 hours 45 minutes
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