Come aboard early!

Did you know that you are welcome aboard early when you choose to travel with Stena Line from Harwich to Hook of Holland?

early boarding on superferries to holland
We look forward to welcoming you onboard

Our luxurious Superferries are as close to floating hotels as they come, so for your enjoyment and convenience we guarantee to board passengers as early as possible for you to take full advantage of the range of facilities even before you set sail!

With a choice of venues to appreciate a delicious meal, bars, lounges, an onboard shop, sun deck and cinema, start your break early and enjoy all our onboard facilities designed to make your journey as relaxing as possible.

Early boarding in Harwich
Day sailings: first boarding starts approximately 7.45am Monday - Saturday and approximately 8.30am at Sundays.
Night sailings: first boarding starts approximately 8.30pm Monday - Sunday.

Early boarding in Hook of Holland
Day sailings: first boarding starts approximately 12.45pm Monday - Friday and at 12.30 Saturday - Sunday.
Night sailings: first boarding starts approximately 7.00pm Monday - Sunday.


Our Superferries offer nine different cabin grades to suit all budgets and group sizes. There are cabins with additional space for wheelchair users, and family cabins that can sleep between three and five people.

If you are travelling alone or as a couple you have a number of options; from Standard and Comfort-class cabins to our luxurious Captain Class VIP suite.

Food & Drinks

Choose from a variety of places to eat and drink onboard our Superferries Stena Britannica and Stena Hollandica during your crossing to Holland.

Prebook your meals online and save!


Why not visit the onboard shop and purchase something from the wide range of products on offer?


Enjoy the latest blockbuster movies from around the world in our cinema onboard our Superferries to Holland.

Stena Plus

Upgrade to the Stena Plus Lounge, the designated onboard "quiet zone", where you'll enjoy coffee, tea, fruit juice, water, wines (red, white and rosé), peanuts, biscuits, fruit and newspapers.