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Britannia cruises for 2019-2020


Britannia sails out of Southampton to sub-Arctic Norway, the Canary Islands, Mediterranean, Baltic Sea, and around the British Isles. Most cruises on this magnificent British ship are around 7 and 14 nights. In October each year she crosses the Atlantic to Barbados (over 14 nights) for a season of 7 and 14 night cruises in the Caribbean before returning to Southampton in March. This ship is suited to families, singles, young and old. Each age and interest group will find onboard facilities and activities to their liking. Fares are constant throughout the year including school holidays. P&O UK received the ‘Best Value for Money’ 2016 award from Cruise International. Britannia was voted Best New Ocean Ship at the Cruise International Awards 2015.
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Britannia Cruise Calendar

Sold out Available OBC = onboard Credit
Date Route Cruise From $/Day
2019 CRUISES

7

SEP

Britannia cruises

14

NIGHTS

Mediterranean Cruise B925
UP TO
$480
OBC

Currently sailing

N/A

21

SEP

Britannia cruises

2

NIGHTS

Western Europe Cruise B926
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$60
OBC

Sold out

N/A

23

SEP

Britannia cruises

14

NIGHTS

Canary Islands Cruise B927
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$280
OBC

$4,009

$286

22

NOV

Britannia cruises

14

NIGHTS

Caribbean Cruise B932
Departs: Bridgetown

$1,569

$112

23

NOV

Britannia cruises

14

NIGHTS

Caribbean Cruise B932A
Departs: Bridgetown

$1,569

$112

2020 CRUISES

10

APR

Britannia cruises

2

NIGHTS

Western Europe Cruise B008
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$90
OBC

$619

$310

12

APR

Britannia cruises

7

NIGHTS

Western Europe Cruise B009
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$300
OBC

$1,409

$201

19

APR

Britannia cruises

7

NIGHTS

Western Europe Cruise B010
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$300
OBC

$1,299

$186

26

APR

Britannia cruises

13

NIGHTS

Spain And Portugal Cruise B011
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$520
OBC

$2,009

$155

9

MAY

Britannia cruises

14

NIGHTS

Mediterranean Cruise B012
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$600
OBC

$2,009

$144

23

MAY

Britannia cruises

14

NIGHTS

Mediterranean Cruise B013
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$600
OBC

$2,119

$151

6

JUN

Britannia cruises

14

NIGHTS

Mediterranean Cruise B014
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$600
OBC

$2,219

$159

20

JUN

Britannia cruises

14

NIGHTS

Mediterranean Cruise B015
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$600
OBC

$2,289

$164

4

JUL

Britannia cruises

14

NIGHTS

Mediterranean Cruise B016
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$600
OBC

$2,317

$166

18

JUL

Britannia cruises

14

NIGHTS

Mediterranean Cruise B017
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$600
OBC

$2,649

$189

1

AUG

Britannia cruises

14

NIGHTS

Mediterranean Cruise B018
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$600
OBC

$2,649

$189

15

AUG

Britannia cruises

14

NIGHTS

Mediterranean Cruise B019
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$600
OBC

$2,649

$189

29

AUG

Britannia cruises

14

NIGHTS

Mediterranean Cruise B020
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$600
OBC

$2,549

$182

12

SEP

Britannia cruises

14

NIGHTS

Mediterranean Cruise B021
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$600
OBC

$2,439

$174

26

SEP

Britannia cruises

13

NIGHTS

Mediterranean Cruise B022
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$520
OBC

$2,229

$171

9

OCT

Britannia cruises

14

NIGHTS

Mediterranean Cruise B023
Departs: Southampton
UP TO
$700
OBC

$2,249

$161


Britannia — Ship Review Rating: 4.3 out of 5 based on 7 ratings.

Life aboard Britannia
Britannia sails out of Southampton to sub-Arctic Norway, the Canary Islands, Mediterranean, Baltic Sea, and around the British Isles. Most cruises on this magnificent British ship are around 7 and 14 nights. In October each year she crosses the Atlantic to Barbados (over 14 nights) for a season of 7 and 14 night cruises in the Caribbean before returning to Southampton in March. This ship is suited to families, singles, young and old. Each age and interest group will find onboard facilities and activities to their liking. Fares are constant throughout the year including school holidays. P&O UK received the ‘Best Value for Money’ 2016 award from Cruise International. Britannia was voted Best New Ocean Ship at the Cruise International Awards 2015.

P&O’s newest and by far its largest vessel is of the same class as Royal Princess and Regal Princess, but with some changes. At 143,000 GT and carrying 3647 passengers, special attention has been given dining menus and options. On the top two decks are separate areas dedicated to children’s activities, an adults’ retreat, and deck games. All the public spaces for entertainment, dining and socialising are located on the three lower decks, the centre of which is the three-storey atrium. The dozens of private areas present an uncrowded atmosphere for relaxation. The décor and furnishings follow a modern and comfortable British style (as opposed to Las Vegas glitter). You’ll want to take a good look at the Cookery Club facilities. P&O presents Britannia as “a family-friendly larger ship”.

Accommodation
The 1837 staterooms include Suites, Deluxe Balcony, Outside Balcony, and Inside cabins. For the first time on a P&O ship all outside staterooms have balconies. There are 27 very comfortable single cabins, both inside and with a balcony. Thirty-two cabins are wheelchair accessible, near the elevators, and across all stateroom categories. In-cabin entertainment on large flat screen TVs comes with films on demand. Cabins have a mini-bar, writing desk, tea and coffee making facilities, safe, hair-dryer, bathroom with glass shower screens, and a pamper pack. The layout is roomy, with muted decor and original artworks. All balconies have chairs and table.

The Deluxe Balcony cabins are larger, with a sitting area that can be divided from the bedroom with a curtain. The 64 Suites offer a larger separate living area and the services of a personal butler. All cabins have two lower beds convertible to a king-size bed. In the majority of twin cabins, for families, beds fold down from the ceiling or out from the wall. In other cabins, mini-suites and suites, the extra beds are sofa beds. In addition, 24-hour room service is available in all cabins.

Food and Dining
There are three main dining rooms. In the evenings Meridian and Peninsular Restaurants offer Freedom Dining, at the time you wish. The Oriental Restaurant offers traditional dining at two set sitting times at same table throughout the cruise. You can reserve you dining choice ahead. For a Gala Evening expect something special from well-known British chef Marco Pierre White. Specialty dining, for a cover charge, is available in Sindhu for Indian cuisine by Atul Kochhar, and the Glass House for seafood and steaks with wines selected by foodie Olly Smith. If the food whets your culinary aspirations, then head for the dazzling Cooking School with guest instructors invited by British chef James Martin.

On the Lido Deck you’ll enjoy buffet meals in a classy setting at Horizon. Near the pool take a Grab and Go snack, burgers and the like from the Grill, gourmet pizzas, and classic fish and chips. In the atrium Master Pâtissier Eric Lanlard oversees the Market Café with its spread of fine foods. Look forward to afternoon tea there. Order cocktails at top deck The Crow’s Nest, or the atrium’s Blue Bar. Browse the Internet or read a book with coffee and pastries in the Java Café. The Limelight Club offers dining along with a show and good conversation.

Entertainment
Cruising with Britannia is suited to cosmopolitan British tastes. In the Headliners Theatre, with its stunning LED backdrop, take in West End style shows, and comedians you can really have a laugh with. You’ll be surprised when Britannia’s dancers take to the top deck under the stars. Join in yourself, or take lessons, down below on the Crystal Room’s dance floor. The Live Lounge is the venue for singers and bands, turning into a nightclub in the evenings. The Studio is a multi-purpose venue presenting talks, guest speakers, films, plays, game shows and music recitals.

While adults relax serenely in their Retreat on top deck, youngsters have their own age-specific areas with supervised activities and pool. Work out with supervision in the gym, use the sports courts and golf nets up top, or head for the spa and salon down below. In port land tours are arranged, backed by P&O’s long experience in visiting most of the ports that appear on cruise calendars.





































Explore the decks

Britannia deckplans

Britannia deckplan

Cabins on Deck 11 (Aloha Deck)

AA
Suite with balcony
AB
Mini-suite with balcony
BB
Outside with balcony
CC
Outside
J
Inside
  • Sofa bed
  • Two pullman beds
  • Handicapped facilities
  • Four pullman beds
  • One pullman bed
  • Connecting staterooms
  • Sofa and pullman bed

Cabins

The 1837 staterooms include Suites, Deluxe Balcony, Outside Balcony, and Inside cabins. For the first time on a P&O ship all outside staterooms have balconies. There are 27 very comfortable single cabins, both inside and with a balcony. Thirty-two cabins are wheelchair accessible, near the elevators, and across all stateroom categories. In-cabin entertainment on large flat screen TVs comes with films on demand. Cabins have a mini-bar, writing desk, tea and coffee making facilities, safe, hair-dryer, bathroom with glass shower screens, and a pamper pack. The layout is roomy, with muted decor and original artworks. All balconies have chairs and table.

The Deluxe Balcony cabins are larger, with a sitting area that can be divided from the bedroom with a curtain. The 64 Suites offer a larger separate living area and the services of a personal butler. All cabins have two lower beds convertible to a king-size bed. In the majority of twin cabins, for families, beds fold down from the ceiling or out from the wall. In other cabins, mini-suites and suites, the extra beds are sofa beds. In addition, 24-hour room service is available in all cabins.

Decks
Britannia

P&O International

Ship facts

Star rating: Britannia star rating
Maiden voyage: 2015
Number of decks: 15
Tonnage: 143730
Cabins: 1837
Passenger capacity: 3674
Number of crew: 1398

What's onboard? ▼

  • Central atrium social scene
  • Family ship
  • Shops & photo gallery
  • Single cabins (27)
  • Butlers for suites
  • COMPLIMENTARY DINING
  • Main Restaurants (3)
  • Club dining: 2 sittings, fixed tables
  • Freedom dining: anytime
  • Gala dinners
  • Room service (some items extra)
  • Afternoon Tea
  • Evening Casual, Black Tie dress codes
  • COVER CHARGE DINING
  • Shindu
  • The Epicurean (classics)
  • The Glass House (with wines)
  • The Limelight Club (+ show)
  • Market Café fun menus
  • Chef’s Table (for 18)
  • Afternoon Tea by Eric Lanlard
  • OTHER DINING
  • Self service food court 24h
  • Lido grill
  • Grab & Go snacks
  • The Cookery Club (24 per class)
  • Bars and lounges
  • Drinks packages
  • Ice Cream packages
  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • Showlounges (2) (shows, cabaret)
  • Theme night dress for some venues
  • Limelight Club jazz, pop, blues, soul
  • Movies on TV, (many free)
  • Giant movie screen
  • Multiple lounges & bars
  • Live music, dancing
  • Cinema
  • Nightclub, dance floors
  • ACTIVITIES
  • Swimming pool (4)
  • Whirlpools (4)
  • The Retreat adults spa (pay)
  • Spa & health club, Salon, Gym
  • Lecture program
  • Crystal Room for dancing
  • Dance classes (some pay)
  • Cookery Club school
  • Promenade deck/jogging track
  • Golf nets
  • Deck games, sports court
  • Casino
  • Library, games
  • Behind the Scenes ship tour (pay)
  • Internet centre, packages
  • Wedding by Captain
  • UNDER 18
  • Children’s clubs (2-4, 5-8, 9-12, 13-17y)
  • Children’s tea every night
  • Teens pool deck
  • Night nursery for under 5s
  • OTHER
  • Telephone roaming (pay)
  • Tea/coffee making in cabin
  • Laundrettes (self-service and pay)
  • Elevators (14)
  • Wheelchair access good
  • 110/220V shaver
  • 220V British socket
  • Daily newsletter

What's included? ▼

  • Gratuities (tips) are neither required nor expected
  • There are no service charges for drink purchases
  • Accommodation as booked
  • All main meals on-board
  • Afternoon tea daily
  • Coffee, tea, milk, fruit juice & hot snacks
  • Make hot drinks in cabin
  • Anytime or set time dining
  • Alternative dining (extra charge)
  • Room service menu (most complimentary)
  • Pre-arranged dietary requests
  • Full afternoon tea
  • Use of ship facilities - indoor & outdoor
  • Most entertainment - live music and/or shows, movies
  • Activities - organised & individual
  • Bridge, dance, watercolour instructors; lecturers (most ships)
  • Family programs 2-17y most ships morning to late evening
  • Night Nursery Service (6m – 4y)
  • Cruise Director & all English speaking staff
  • Ship-shore-ship transfers
  • Shuttle buses at specified ports
  • No bar charges
  • Laundrettes

What's excluded? ▼

  • Airfares, accommodation & transfers not specified
  • Shore & land excursions and meals not specified
  • Alternate specialty dining venues
  • Some workshops, classes & programs
  • Casino gaming, bar expenses
  • Items & services of a personal nature
  • Medical services, vaccination costs
  • Pressing service
  • Wi-Fi, Internet, satellite/mobile phone & fax charges
  • Passport & visa fees
  • Insurances of all kinds
  • Increases in third party charges or taxes
  • Itineraries may change due to unforeseen circumstances
  • Cabins may change for operational reasons
  • REMINDERS
  • Check passport valid for 6 months after end of voyage
  • Confirm with bank and ship ahead of cruise your credit/debit card intentions
  • Check stateroom ‘responsible adult’ requirements when booking
  • Check dress code requirements ahead
  • Special needs, dietary requests, arrange at booking
  • Smoking on board in designated areas only
  • Don’t bring an aerial drone
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