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30-9-2017 1:46 pm  #1


ZEBRUGGE PORT

Just got this from a traveller just back off holiday in their camper.


Just come home on the ferry from Zeebrugge to Hull, a new road has just opened in Zeebrugge and a lot of people got lost. The old signs to the port have been removed and there are no new ones yet. 
We use this service regularly so knew where to go but met people who had been driving around for an hour and half trying to get there.


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01-10-2017 10:17 am  #2


Re: ZEBRUGGE PORT

No changes showing on any maps or on P&O or Zeebrugge port webs. Other than the new A11 

As an aside, I see you can book motorists minicruise again online. Midweek, mid-October is £95.

Still prefer the Tunnel and a hotel rather being stuck on that cattle boat 


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01-10-2017 5:53 pm  #3


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i prefer dover/folkestone, but dont like the attitude of ukbf down there, at least at hull they are a bit more human and we can understand their accent,and them ours ha ha


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