Passengers stranded after a fire on board a ferry from North Shields to the Netherlands are being transferred to Hull to catch another ferry.
Around 250 passengers will travel from Hull to Rotterdam this evening on a P&O ferry.
Another 9 are travelling to Zeebrugge in Belgium.
There were 946 passengers and 127 crew on board the DFDS Seaways ferry when a fire was discovered in a cabin on Saturday evening.
Two men are still being questioned by police.
DFDS is paying for the alternative transport on P&O ferries.
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