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As a previous cruiser seveal times feel we can compare honestly. If you have booked already dont worry but keep an open mind and read on... The good bits... Emabarkation at Southampton ok, were allocated a late slot so the queues ... Read More
As a previous cruiser seveal times feel we can compare honestly. If you have booked already dont worry but keep an open mind and read on... The good bits... Emabarkation at Southampton ok, were allocated a late slot so the queues had diminished. Had originally late-booked a 'Saver'balcony cabin on A deck but were glad to find were placed on F deck on final schedule by P & O as did hear that there were noise issues from Pool deck above A deck. Golden rule is really 'go for the best you can afford/is available at the time or have an open mind. Cabin as expected, teenage son occupied the pullman bunk( we found that the bunk NOT near the wall was best if all 3 people wanted to see the wall mounted TV - also moving the centre drawers at night stopped chunky hubby banging his elbows!!) Plenty of hanging space for 3 and room under beds for shoes, stuff and cases. Bathroom small but fine and all areas clean and neat. Steward friendly and obliging. Balcony small and only room for 2 loungers so teenage son sat on the little table when necessary. Were pleased to be given 'Freedom' dining and never had to wait for a table at any times as always agreed to share, consequently we met some very interesting people. Food ok considering they were catering for 0000's. Plenty of choices daily. Favourite restaurant was Beach House at rear of Horizon Buffet but only open at night-times. Sort of American/European foods with waiter service in quiet area with good views and modest cover charge. Saw whales diving about in the sea whilst dining more than once. Sunset bar just outside very nice for a drink beforehand with, as expected, views of lovely sunsets. Also tried the Glass House, Market Cafe and Epicurean all ok in differing aspects. Staff and service always very good and hubby well pleased that the petite wine waiter lady in Meridian remembered his name and likes which is a nice touch. Shows were the best i have ever seen on a holiday and the cinema listings and timings were also very good as were the TV offerings, poss might wear a little thin if on a 2 week cruise but there are plenty of other things to do. Quizzes were fun and the 70's era one brilliant and well attended.Casino tutoring session interesting. Pool and bars all fun, though a bit crowded some days ,teenage son liked the fast foods on offer all day and had a midnight dip twice (supervised of course) though there were a few other dippers followed by a decadent trip to the Horizon midnight buffet for him after. Grab n Go bar a real bonus, nice salads and wraps, youghurts etc even if not leaving on a day trip. Drinks were not too pricey compared to other cruises but at times did not seem full strength esp in the pool area bars .hhmmm. Dressing up for the (first) black tie event was fun and there were complimentary drinks in the Atrium whilst Captain addressed from the balcony above. Shops good and not overly pricey considering, what a lovely girl in the Gentlemans outfitters side(CREW, BOSS, JOULES, Bowties etc) who dug deep into the stockroom for something appropriate for my teenager for black tie night. The not so brill bits.. We could not decide all week whether the ship had ambience or not...strange... Elevators were as usual on ship a nightmare (usually caused by able people coming DOWN in them unnecessarily instead of doing stairs- same on all ships however) Horizon Buffet ok for a quick breakfast of 'English 'style but it really did not have the ambience for evening meals. Coffee was filter type in the urns but only semi-skimmed milk on offer ( they did find me some cream however when asked) and it for us did all seem very 'cheap' which is no reflection on the cooking or the catering teams they are obviously on budgets. Childrens drinks and ice cream packages woefull so didnt bother. Tender transportaion to shore was tedious due to over subscription of people but have seen this all before on prev ships (tip - go VERY early) and did spoil things a little . The private relaxing area was really too pricey to comtemplate and did not seem to offer enough, on other ships there were areas similar free of charge. AND NOW THE REALLY NOT BRILLIANT BITS.. My chap caught the NOROVIRUS on day 4 which was very very scary. It is a violent sick bug and highly contagious. It was a miracle that my son and I did not catch it. we were not even a little bit ill amazingly. We thought we had all been very diligent with the hand washing and personal cleanliness instructions and had heard vaguely that some people were already ill with virus Hubby was isolated to the cabin ( he could barely get out of bed anyway) and was attended to by the ships nurse who, after several frightening episodes for me with hubby, came at our agreement ( we did not worry about the costs at this point ) and administered an injection in the middle of the night and continued to telephone us twice daily. Son and I were not isolated but asked to not frequent Horizon buffet areas again which we adhered to.It was embarrassing however having to lie to nice people where hubby was so that they didnt get too close. This was a lonely time for us. Our Steward was not allowed into our cabin again but did ask everyday from a distance down the corridor of our wellbeing and a sanitization squad wearing gloves,masks and bootees came in 3/4 times daily to clean and spray.A grateful thank you to these young men who had a truely dreadful cleaning duty. All in all the cruise was ruined, there had not been enough good parts to carry this report into a better category. It is likely that Hubby will never cruise again though son and I will, but we cannot say if it will be with P&O, the fact that P& O have not contacted us since is surprising to us but maybe if they had 500 sick people as mentioned in a prev review they are working on it. Read Less
Sail Date July 2016
With the interesting port calls, the brochure promising wonderful food and superb entertainment it sounded fantastic so we treated ourselves to a suite.However the food is basic in the Horizon, vegetarian options are useless everywhere, ... Read More
With the interesting port calls, the brochure promising wonderful food and superb entertainment it sounded fantastic so we treated ourselves to a suite.However the food is basic in the Horizon, vegetarian options are useless everywhere, and the Oriental dining room is average pub food. The entertainment was mainly the on board team in singing and dancing shows, a comedian no-one had heard of and some acrobatics on suspended fabric, all boring. The serious outbreak of gastroenteritis should have been avoided. The handrails and lift buttons were not clean, and the only cleaning we saw was in the Crows Nest bar when a waitress was half heartedly wiping over tables and chairbacks following the gastic outbreak. There were no free standing hand sanitizers everywhere as you see on other ships and the entrance to the Horizon had only 3 washbasins that people obviously weren't going to queue to use. Our cabin was spotless but the smell of the lavatory was nauseating. We will NEVER spend money on a P & O cruise again, so many other companies do it better and in cleaner surroundings. We carried our luggage as we couldn't wait to get off. Read Less
Sail Date July 2016
Cruised with PO many times on the last occasion in the Carribean in December 2015 and vowed never to cruise again. Gave them one last go on Brittania taking my mother in law and daughter. Good points quick embarkation in Southampton and ... Read More
Cruised with PO many times on the last occasion in the Carribean in December 2015 and vowed never to cruise again. Gave them one last go on Brittania taking my mother in law and daughter. Good points quick embarkation in Southampton and disembarkation in Southampton, food menu and quality in main restaurants. That's It. Both cabins not clean and stink of wee, staff not adhering to hand cleaning policy until an outbreak of norovirus and announcement by captain. Entertainment limited and poor more like Butlins. Tender boats in Guernsey 1 hour wait after getting a ticket and 50 minute wait trying to get back. La Rochelle 1 hour wait for bus into town and 1 hour wIt to get back on. Staff are clearly unhappy complaining all the time. Could not sit down in any area without being pounced on by a waiter together you a drink. Ordered a deluxe package (paid in advance)nothing in room on arrival complained 3 times vouchers got sent to wrong cabin. Wife visited Spa and all the staff wanted was a tip, the person who massaged her even copied her signature fraudulently to put a tip on, we complained and got the tip reversed but that was it. Never ever cruising with PO again they are wanting your money whilst not putting the service or cleanliness in. I will not complain just not cruise with them again. Read Less
Sail Date July 2016
We chose this cruise to sample cruising. A week on board Britannia to see if we like it. All I can say is that it was good in parts. The bad bits first. The main pool area was a zoo. The buffet restaurant was like a service station ... Read More
We chose this cruise to sample cruising. A week on board Britannia to see if we like it. All I can say is that it was good in parts. The bad bits first. The main pool area was a zoo. The buffet restaurant was like a service station canteen. The Serenity zone was separated from the zoo by a glass partition and in no sense of the word could it be called serene. There were hail sized black oily smuts coming from the funnel that covered the deck, sun loungers, passengers and upper handrails. Oh and the widespread outbreak of a gastro-intestinal bug!!! The not so bad: cabins on A deck near the rear suffer from people running on the deck above (Sunset bar) and scraping furniture around until all hours of the morning. Ship layout means you cannot access all parts from all the lifts (cannot get to restaurants from rear lifts). Good bits: service, food quality in the Peninsula restaurant, entertainment, ride quality, cabin size and quality, drink quality (price ok), decor, crew. Read Less
Sail Date July 2016
Arrived at the port 1 hour before our allocated slot and waited in a line of cars for about 30 minutes the cases were taken to the ship and we then went into the embarkation area where it took another 30 minutes to be given our boarding ... Read More
Arrived at the port 1 hour before our allocated slot and waited in a line of cars for about 30 minutes the cases were taken to the ship and we then went into the embarkation area where it took another 30 minutes to be given our boarding card. Our cases arrive 15 minutes after we arrived in our cabin,so it was about 1. 1/2 hours to board. Could not fault the cabin which was on deck d with a small balcony which was ok for sitting out to have a drink or catch some sun.the ship was very clean and all the furniture and carpets were in very good condition.the service from the people who cleaned your cabin to serving you drinks or food was as good as any ship we have cruised on and a lot better in most cases. We went for breakfast most mornings where we would have our evening meal which was the peninsular. The breakfasts were very good and the evening meals were varied and some good some not so good.eating 3 meals a day and drinking a few beers in between takes a lot of effort when you only have 1 decent meal a day at home. We watched eric and ernei in the twilight club (£22) with 3 course meal and well worth every penny. Most evenings just found somewhere to sit and relax and have chat with other passengers(lots of young familys with children)who were all well behaved. The one complaint we would have was the disembarkation and embarkation of the ship at the ports of call which were slow and not very well organized. Read Less
Sail Date July 2016
I sailed with my Mum a few years ago on the Oceana and had a terrific, two-week Med cruise. The food was fantastic and we spent a fortune in the shops. There were a few things to do on sail days and I went to some very interesting talks. ... Read More
I sailed with my Mum a few years ago on the Oceana and had a terrific, two-week Med cruise. The food was fantastic and we spent a fortune in the shops. There were a few things to do on sail days and I went to some very interesting talks. Embarkation was worse this time - huge groups of us herded like cattle, when last time we had a friendly welcome and practically strolled on board. The cabin was fine - we were inside - but we were located quite far from each other on the same deck, not even on the same side of the ship. The room was clean enough but the shower smelled of wee and there were quite a few scuff marks on the wall. The design of the ship is a bit discombobulating and I really missed the way that you could stroll around the Oceana, particularly the nice promenade. We found the 'Quiet Zone' with its own pool, which was pleasant enough if a bit shabby. Beyond it was 'The Retreat', a first class seating space which no one seemed to be using. You had to pay a premium to use it but I was never told how much or what it involved. You always get a sense with P&O that they are grubbing for your money but this was the worst I could imagine. Everything nice cost extra. Most of the 'events' were trying to sell you something - detox potions, precious stones, acupuncture etc. We had one speaker - a former press secretary to the Queen - and he was interesting but had to keep to a strict time limit for some reason. There were no other speakers. The rest was incredibly cut rate. The worst was the food. The Horizon buffet was the standard of a work canteen - I am not kidding or exaggerating here. There was very little fresh food and a lot was frozen and reheated snack stuff. Trays of those breaded jalapenos with cream cheese in them are an example. Hardly any vegetarian/healthy food. The assumption seemed to be that we were Brits so we just wanted chips and burgers or boiled beef and carrots. However, this trip was mostly youngish pensioners and a lot of them were clearly trying to look after themselves - lots of people trying to make up a healthy breakfast and get some salad for lunch. By the end of the trip the tomatoes had wrinkly skin and were really unattractive. The evening meal (we had freedom dining, which was friendly and convenient) was better but you can get a better standard of food in any posh pub in the UK. And how about some new tastes? Some adventurous dishes? This isn't a great area for P&O to be penny pinching in. We paid just over £1,000 each because we had single rooms and definitely didn't get our money's worth. What's the point of gala evenings etc. when nothing's particularly special? So nice food was extra, as were all the drinks. The shops were mostly designer/high end, which were virtually empty, contrasted with grubby 'sales' of cheap designer knock-offs every evening. Quite depressing. One general shop with lots of souvenirs and one small set of shelves for useful things like sanitary towels and paracetamol. In general, the entertainment was fine. There is only one act in the Headliners every evening - no choice there - and it's a 45 minute show, which was fine for us. There are a few music events around the ship - we caught a really lovely vocalist almost by accident one evening. The other entertainment you have to pay £22 a head for. Most nights at the Headliners it was the in-house entertainment, and this was hit-and-miss. Generally quite good, although I did walk out when they did a panto-style show and the cast did an act as dwarves in a way that was almost ridiculously offensive. I have a friend with dwarfism and I just thought... no. Not in the 21st Century. Mum didn't want to see the in-house singers by the end because they all sounded the same. She was right. They also looked the same. No one had any personal or distinctive style. The other entertainment was a couple of finalists in Britain's Got Talent, a James Galway impersonator, a Lionel Ritchie impersonator. Not the fun range we had on the Oceana and I refused to pay an extra £22 for something different. Also, for some reason, there was a ridiculous amount of patriotic stuff, particularly a lot of singing of the National Anthem and English songs. I don't remember this before - on the Oceana it was mostly just fun music - but it formed a big part of the last show and the sailaway parties. Was this some sort of new Brexit cruise?! Or am I only carping because we are Welsh and we were the worst represented in terms of themic music? Not sure!! I would have used the spa if I'd had more time. It was quite expensive and we were given the hard sell on the hydrotherapy suite. It looked nice, but they wanted us to pay £200 to use it for the week - a discount for two. We balked at the cost but I found out later that we could have gone for £25 for the day. And, yes, the lifts were awful, but they were awful on the Oceana too if I recall. And paying staff 75p an hour and making them work long hours impacts on their morale and impacts on us as well. If I had to listen to another sad story about how someone has been at sea for seven months and haven't seen their children... it's depressing and you feel guilty to be taking a holiday while the people who are serving you are miserable. You must be making so much money - couldn't you give a bit to the staff? So, in summary, I think P&O should really think about the way they treat us as cash cows to be herded around without much thought to how we are feeling. A cruise should feel like a special event, not Butlins on Sea. Read Less
Sail Date July 2016
We were 1st time P & O cruiser’s although not cruise newbies on this 7 night Norwegian Fjords trip on their flagship, Britannia. We were a little worried having read many mixed reviews of the ship but having been on ten previous ... Read More
We were 1st time P & O cruiser’s although not cruise newbies on this 7 night Norwegian Fjords trip on their flagship, Britannia. We were a little worried having read many mixed reviews of the ship but having been on ten previous cruises we are also wise enough to know that people rate things in a different way and there will always be some people not happy with something (in some cases not happy with anything). Having not got home from work until almost midnight on the 8th it proved a wise decision that we had booked the train to Southampton. We boarded a train at Wigan North Western at 6:08am and were on the tube in London two hours later changing stations for Southampton. A taxi ride and at the port well before 11am expecting a long wait to our allotted time but after a short wait they started to take luggage and allow guests upstairs to await boarding. This was quite quick and we were done in less than 20 minutes however an alarm on the air bridge meant an enforced wait in the lounge whilst it was attended to. We were still on board just after 12noon and in the Horizon buffet for what for us was brunch. We enjoyed this and were one pf perhaps the first 500 or so on board. After lunch we went to see if our cabin was ready and not only ready but our luggage was waiting so we unpacked. As a late booking and a “bonus” holiday this year we had taken an inside guaranteed cabin and found ourselves on deck 14 cabin B245 and very clean and awaiting it was. Domnic, our cabin steward was attentive but not over fussy with us, just as we like. The cabins are a little bland but you don’t spend hours in them other than when asleep. Possibly a little smaller than other ships but adequate, the bathroom/shower etc. was excellent, plenty clothes hanging space etc. There was also plenty storage for cases under the bed. We then went on a walk of discovery as we had a good while before sail away and basically found everywhere we would need for our week on board. Some of the layout is not really to our liking, certainly not having a promenade deck is a big miss but we were still as excited to set sail on our first P & O Cruise as we had on our very first cruise a good few years ago. Evacuation drill was efficient and we pictured ourselves with a selfie in the life jackets hoping that would be the last time we needed them. Sail away was good if a little late but we stood on top as we sailed down the Solent to the awaiting English Channel. Now one thing I am not over pleased with is the fact that on the last minute saver fare you have allocated seating at dinner, we prefer flexibility; after all it is your holiday. We had been allocated 2nd sitting in the Oriental Restaurant but that night having looked at the menu chose to eat in the Horizon once more and again enjoyable. Dinner over we went to see what happens at night on the ship before going to the later show, featuring the P & O cast. They were all good and although no one stood out as a star they were all accomplished and you could see they were enjoying their performance for us. We ate in the dining room on a mixed 6 although never more than four of us on several nights and a couple more times in the buffet. We did not use the specialist restaurants. The choice was a little more limited than our past cruises on Celebrity or Holland America but adequate although I would say although the steak was OK it was certainly not the standard of US ships. The Horizon was nice but not all meals were hot enough in my mind and the layout was a little strange but we coped well enough. Breakfast for us is a simple affair but we also saw a great amount of cooked breakfast being eaten by the mainly UK based passenger company. AS I say not the best but better than adequate in our minds. My dear wife had a few G & T’s from the good selection in the Crow’s Nest Bar (or Crowbar as she renamed it one night!). I will say the drinks are far cheaper than US ships and no 18% automatic gratuities either! We enjoyed the various bars and other entertainment venues avoiding the karaoke like the plague. The entertainment was very good, an aging Jimmy James could still sing well and all the others were of decent standard. We did not check out the Limelight entertainment as you had to pay for dinner with this option. The house band, Pulse was very good and a three girl singing group called The Gramophones were also good entertainment. They have renamed the Cruise Director as the Entertainments Manager and she and her staff were proficient and worked hard We did enjoy a couple of sail away’s and it was nice to be part of the Rule Britannia brigade singing patriotically on top of the ship as we left Stavanger, we really don’t do enough of this in the new age of political correctness and it was good to see it alive and well. . We enjoyed all port stops and although it was wet in Bergen and cool for July in other ports. We did not use any of the ship trips and made our own way without spending lots of money. We enjoyed all ports on this trip with Aalesund again possibly the highlight. Disembarkation was first class, and we were back at the station long before out 10:20 train. The trip home was more arduous with Cross Country trains deeming a four car service sufficient to go from Southampton to Manchester Piccadilly and it was packed all the way with many standing and a total lack of space for larger pieces pf luggage. Would we go again, yes to Norway most certainly, would we try P & O again, yes we would, Celebrity remain our favourite but we enjoyed this and would try again possibly on a different ship to get a broader view of P & O as a cruise line. Read Less
Sail Date July 2016
We booked B617 as our honeymoon cruise and decided to also do B618 so friends could join us for the final two nights. If you want to see our video, its here: https://youtu.be/xbi-HNqxKLk We have done several short cruises before, so ... Read More
We booked B617 as our honeymoon cruise and decided to also do B618 so friends could join us for the final two nights. If you want to see our video, its here: https://youtu.be/xbi-HNqxKLk We have done several short cruises before, so know what to expect from P&O but after reading the reviews for Britannia we were slightly worried, but prepared to make the most of it. I'll base this review mostly on the main cruise and will touch on the differences we noticed between B617 and B618 at the end. Embarkation & Disembarkation (and Change over day): We arrived earlier than we were supposed to and it was busy in Ocean Terminal. We were given our lettered card and sat patiently waiting to be called, check in was smooth and efficient as was security. We still managed to get on before our allotted time – as P&O say they are not going to make you wait but will give priority to those that turn up early. So all good. Change over day we just collected our new cruise cards from reception and had a wonder around the ship – by midday everything was open as normal again, so that wasn’t too bad. We also didn’t have to do Muster Drill again – bonus! First impressions of the ship: Wow! We love the décor and the star burst in the atrium was amazing – everything so clean and fresh. Many say there appears to be no atmosphere in the Atrium - but we don’t agree with that, we loved it! We found the ship quite easy to navigate considering its size. There lack of midship stairs didn’t really bother us too much as we were close to the forward ones. The lifts are another story, or should I say the people using them! People would not look at which direction the lift was going and would get in one to go up and come back down, or worse still, give up and get out early or give up waiting and the lift would then stop for no reason. We did try to avoid them but sometimes its nice to be lazy. The pools were all open and clean, the main pool area was always busy, the quiet zone was a bit better. There was loads of sunbeds but I could imagine the best ones would fill up quick on a sea day somewhere hot and sunny. The aft decks were dirty and sooty even though they were cleaning them often – this is the only let down we could really find. There were flakes of soot – thankfully it was not an area we needed to visit often, just when having a little walk. I hope P&O have plans to resolve this somehow..?! Cabin: We were in F104 (F/9th deck, forward, HE grade, Balcony with Shower but without sofa). The cabin was light and airy, with good décor. There was a large TV, one bedside cabinet and tea and coffee making facilities. The hairdryer was nice and powerful and the fridge did a good job at keeping our wine cool. The balconies were apmle for us – smaller than other ships but we could both comfortably sit out there. It had 2 chairs and a table with doors each side that could be opened if you also had the cabin next door. There was lots of hanging space and a further cupboard with the safe in it between the bathroom and bedroom. They have the new lifejackets that have a strap that go between your legs, so practice before you go down to muster! The bathroom was clean and the shower was great too – with the glass door. The shower is bigger than our cube shower at home! Our cabin steward was Ayjay who worked hard and always had our room made up when we were out, bought us clean wine glasses daily and even organised things like an ice bucket and extra Champagne glasses for us when we had friends coming onboard – best steward we have met so far. Stewards you would walk past in the hall always give a hello and were friendly. We did find there was some vibrations during docking and also when the anchor was being dropped, but this was expected and as we were always up around 7am this was ok. Food: We dined in the Epicurean on the first night – the food and service in there was excellent. We also had Eric Lanlards afternoon tea here on a sea day but unfortunately it was far too sweet tasting for us, not something we would do again. We also tried Atul Kochhar Sindhu, again excellent food and cocktails. For breakfast we used Room service – this was very good and was delivered on time. We also had the hot breakfast in the MDR, the P&O breakfast was delicious. Our main dining room was the Meridian, as we were freedom dining we were always given a page for a table of 2, but by the time we were coming to the end of our drink we were getting called to dinner, perfect timing. Service and food in there was up to the usual P&O standard, very happy with it. We ventured in the Horizon a few times, could be a bit chaotic in there but the food was good. Midnight snacks here were also excellent. Handwashing facilities were operational with maybe only 1 or 2 taps not working but staff were on standby with hand gel or requesting you washed your hands. We looked at the Grab and Go, the selection looked good but didn’t try it. The burgers and hot dogs from the Lido Grill were very tasty, we had a lunchtime snack there a few times. We also enjoyed Afternoon tea in the Oriental – give me a constant supply of tea and I'm happy. During B617 we ordered 2 platters of Canapés to be delivered after muster on B618 as a welcome to our friends – these were mostly fish based and some of them were huge- tasty and well worth the £11 per platter (each platter served 4). Bars and Entertainment: We didn’t really go to see shows as this is not out cup of tea. We did pop our head in the Live Louge to see Badness and the Ventriloquist but they were too hot and busy for us, guess you need to be there early and not 10 minutes after they start as was in our case. The service in all the bars was excellent, though we did find you often had to ask for a menu, especially in the crows nest - no real bother though. I tried to work my way through the Gin menu in the crows nest, really liked it up there. While waiting for our pager to go off we would visit the Blue Bar as this was close by and had a really good feel about it. Quite a bit of time was spent in the Glass House. We had a few wine flights and food pairings. We also did a wine tasting here with Albert, he was excellent – we don't know much about wine so we did learn a lot from that midday session. The cost of this was £15 with 5 small glasses of wine and nibbles - about 2 hours long. That night Albert spent time with us talking some more about wine and trying to convert us in to Red wine drinkers (we always stick with the same old white wines) - he was excellent. A good tip: if you want to try a wine just ask for a taster and they will give you a tiny glass to try it, no need to be scared of trying a new wine there! Brodies also has a wide selection of Beers for thouse who don’t like the grape. Spa We took out a spa pass, £199 for both of us for the first 7 nights. Wasn’t worth it to be honest as we could have just had a day pass or two, but saying that had they sold out and not made day passes available (as we have had happen) would have been disappointed. The facilities within the spar were good, a hydro pool, hot beds, water beds, Sauna, 3 mood showers, a light sauna and a steam room. Only improvement would be maybe complimentary tea and coffee Retreat We spent one day here, £25 per person – after climbing 550m mountain we took full advantage of jacuzzi and bar service. Snacks and afternoon tea are also available up here. On a summer cruise, I would guess It's well worth the money to guarantee a sunbed and get away from the busy areas. On our port day, there was less than a dozen of us up there. Now, to finish off, I will return to the back to back aspect of the cruise. During B617 we had an amazing time and loved the ship, but once on B618 – the atmosphere completely changed. It was a party cruise, so that was expected but you could sense the staff were tired and rushed, they just were not as attentive as they were on the 7 nighter. The real let down on this was the guests! Stags and Hens, some who had no respect for the staff or Ship (c'mon, we even caught some guy about to urinate in the main pool area behind one of the fake leafy walls – think we got his attention quick enough so he didn’t!) - so because of this, we would never do a 2 night cruise on Britannia again. So overall, an amazing ship that exceeded our expectations – we would do it again tomorrow if we could! For those that have doubts about Britannia, don’t - just go with an open mind and you will love it! Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
We chose this ship because our 15 year old grandson is disabled and is wheelchair dependant. We chose a disabled suite and it met with all our expectations. Nine members of our family came on this cruise, including three young ... Read More
We chose this ship because our 15 year old grandson is disabled and is wheelchair dependant. We chose a disabled suite and it met with all our expectations. Nine members of our family came on this cruise, including three young grandchildren, aged from 4 -7 years. Brittania was outstanding and had something to suit all age groups. From kids club to teen club to suit our fifteen year old grandson. We hardly saw him on this cruise as he met up with lots of other teenagers. They made him feel so included. Food was exceptional, from the Horizon restuarant to the Meridian and Penisular restaurants. Staff worked tirelessly to ensure that passengers enjoyed themselves. They were so polite and professional, well done. The decor was classy, not brash like, especially some cruise ships. Our suite was outstanding and had everything to suit the needs of our grandson. We would certainly go on another Brittania cruise. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
After reading various poor reports on Britannia we embarked with some reservations, however we need not have worried. Although embarkation was very busy we were boarded quickly without any problems. All cabins were ready when we ... Read More
After reading various poor reports on Britannia we embarked with some reservations, however we need not have worried. Although embarkation was very busy we were boarded quickly without any problems. All cabins were ready when we boarded at 1.30pm. We always opt for an inside cabin as we spend very little time in there and were pleasantly surprised with the new layout of the cabin, seemed a lot more space and the glass shower door much better than the old style curtains. This ship itself although very large never seemed over crowded and the new style buffet lay out worked much better. Loved the grab and go lunch option as well. We visited the Limelight Club to see Darren Day which was very good value. We did not use any other fine dining venues as we were more than impressed with the menu and service in the Meridian Restaurant. Yes sometimes service was very quick, a little too fast at times, one night we went in later and it was a tad slow, but it was nothing to complain about. The Headliners (called Britannia Show Cast) were superb with all new shows for Britannia only. Other shows were equally as good, The Brit Tones were fabulous but P & O need to update/replace the likes of the Dusty Springfield tribute act which has been on just about every cruise we've done. Likewise the sailaways need either ditching altogether or a huge revamp. Although we don't dance we do sometimes like to sit and watch others in the ballroom but the dance instructors were very young and seemed to struggle interacting with the guests, there was no encouragement or inviting people up to dance with them unlike others we have seen. It was a real shame because the Crystal Room is lovely and the girl who was singing was very good. They just sat at the side of the dance floor and apart from a few 'displays' took no real part in the evenings dancing. All in all we fully and enjoyed the cruise, however we had done all the ports of call before and would like to see P&O introduce some new ports to their itinerary. One little thing. We booked late on a saver deal and did not expect to be 'allowed' to uses shuttle buses without being charged. However we used a couple of them and although others had some form of 'ticket' to say they were entitled to use them FOC everyone was waved on regardless. As this is supposed to be one of the perks of early booking it obviously isn't enforced or even known bothered about by the port staff. Maybe not every ones first choice for their own reasons but we totally enjoyed Britannia. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
This ship felt spacious modern & comfortable. It is extremely stable you really dont feel like your moving. It has several swimming pools the main area is best suited to familys as it has loud music playing not to our taste more aimed ... Read More
This ship felt spacious modern & comfortable. It is extremely stable you really dont feel like your moving. It has several swimming pools the main area is best suited to familys as it has loud music playing not to our taste more aimed at younger people . even so we didnt feel heavy rock music was appropriate for sunbathing. We liked the serenity pool at deck 17 this area has all the dedicated sun worshipper needs . Sun lounges, comfy couches, a bar, a pool that has a disabled hoist tho we never saw it used. The deck 16 restaurnt is nicely furnished with booths, tables to suit couples and larger groups, it is spacious , kept spotless by hard working waiters. If you dont want to eat inside theres always grab n go on the pool deck that has sandwiches and prepacked salads which are delicious. The group Pulse are really good and they can be found most nights in the live lounge. the Brittania show group (headiners theatre company) did 3 amazing shows, we were blown away. but also disappointed that in 12 nights they only did the 3 shows we'd have liked more. Amongst the visiting acts were a couple of good comedians.They now have dinner theatre where you play £22 for a meal n entertainment Darren Day appeared here. to us it seemed like just another way to make an extra few bob out of the passengers. Food in the main restaurants was a bit hit n miss. The steak wasnt the best quality, food was sometimes a touch cold and veg was deffo lightly cooked.The soups were fab and we did enjoy most of our meals. On Freedom dining we met lots of lovely people. Its a big ship with no staircases in the centre which led to some frustration with lifts. We thought it was a huge mistake not to have stairs as it would have eased the queues. We really liked Brittania and will deffo go back sometime in the future. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
I surrendered to the pleas of my two young grandsons to go on "Britannia", despite my fears of the ship being too big and crowded. My fears were unfounded and I was delighted to say that the ship, because of her size, was one of ... Read More
I surrendered to the pleas of my two young grandsons to go on "Britannia", despite my fears of the ship being too big and crowded. My fears were unfounded and I was delighted to say that the ship, because of her size, was one of the least congested that I have cruised aboard. I made a bad mistake in booking a cabin on "A" deck, directly beneath the Lido Deck. Light sleepers beware, during the night the crew move the hundreds of sunbeds around to hose down and clean the deck. For those trying to sleep in the deck below it sounds like a clog dance festive. The Atrium I liked, it was the heart of the ship, a place to meet or take a comfy chair and people watch. It did not double up as a tiny dance floor or daytime lecture room, where nothing is heard because of the noise. The ship's plush décor is devoid of any nautical ambiance, gone are the paintings of old company ships and models or maritime memorabilia. It is as if the company is trying to convince you that you are not at sea, but in the "Britannia Hilton". Gone too is the glorious Prom Deck, which seems to be the casualty on most of the new goliaths. The theatre had some awesome gizmos, but perhaps these were overdone. The resident singer/dancers were not the "Headliners", but the talented "Kudos" troupe. Their first show, "Once upon a time", with the famous spider was excellent. Thereafter I thought they relied more upon LED screens and science than the art of song and dance. I have witnessed the "Headliners" receive standing ovations using the simplest of sets. The bar stewards appear to have been thankfully barred from the theatre, so that 15 minutes into a performance, my enjoyment is not marred by the fellow in front ordering a round of drinks for all his cronies. The Peninsular restaurant décor was pleasantly sober, with no wow factor, and neither was there any in the mediocre fare served there. Way above in the Horizon Buffet I liked the smaller, more private table arrangements. Gone were the proliferation of large semi circular tables, where you could enjoy a delicate breakfast and be joined by a couple who believed that you had designed and owned the ship, and blasted your ears with all its shortcomings. The new "Grab and GO" locker, dispensing excellent sandwiches and mousses, is something that is needed on every ship in the fleet. Although there was a quiet pool area up forward, we chose to set up camp and relax on the rattan sofas in the shade of the Sun Deck, and still be able to keep an eye on the little ones in the Lido Deck twin pools. Sadly the ship's philosophy was that unless you had to shout to be heard you were not enjoying yourself. So many a blissful afternoon was spoilt by continuous loud music being beamed around the deck. Thump thump THUMP. The ship was very clean. Despite being accommodated midships and thus obliged to use the central lifts just to go up one deck to the Lido/Horizon (no stairs available), we encountered few problems summoning lifts. Would I sail on "Britannia" again? Although not my favourite ship, if the circumstances were right "Yes", providing not on "A" deck, that the chef watches TV's "Masterchef" and Tracy Clegg, although you are a great Entertainment Manager, please turn the volume down a couple of notches. Would my grandsons cruise on her again? They want to live on her. Thank you Reef Rangers. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
Just back from a fantastic cruise on Britannia to the western med. for 12 nights. We booked this last year and, as we knew all the ports well, had no intention of getting off much. We actually only got off twice - in Lisbon and Cartegena ... Read More
Just back from a fantastic cruise on Britannia to the western med. for 12 nights. We booked this last year and, as we knew all the ports well, had no intention of getting off much. We actually only got off twice - in Lisbon and Cartegena - and were gone only an hour or so at both. However, all of the ports are great and well worth either a guided tour with P&O or a walk on your own. We had fantastic weather - between 29 and 35 degrees centigrade most of the time. Britannia is a wonderful ship - very modern interior and very classy. We were on her in her maiden season last year and she is still as wonderful. Embarkation was excellent (as was disembarkation) and, in fact, we were the first on board and got an amazing welcome. We had a Suite at the rear of the ship on B deck - I have to say probably the best one! No roof to the balcony, which is great for getting masses of sunshine in summer. It's about 3 times as deep as the balconies on the side (we had one on the side last year) and has 2 loungers, a small side table, a table for eating at with 2 chairs and also a 2 seater settee with cushions and a low table for drinks etc. The settee was a wonderful addition which we've never experienced having before and we enjoyed many evenings on it watching the port slip away, or gazing up at the stars (when other people didn't have their balcony lights on that is!). We did book a table in the Club Dining rest., but only went 3 times and in the end cancelled it. We went to every other venue, some twice, and therefore didn't need it. Next time we will book Freedom Dining. It is definitely worth trying the alternative dining venues at least once. We did have a magical evening watching the sunset having dinner in the Beach House, as well as one in the Glass House watching a red sun 'melt' in to the sea. We went to see 'Eric and Ern' in the Limelight Club and thoroughly enjoyed it. They were excellent and well worth the money. We don't go to Shows etc, but did hear the duo (Matt & Sarah) and the cocktail pianist (Duke Alexander - hello if you read this!) and they were both excellent. We used the Retreat again, and noticed a small change. They no longer do hot food at lunchtime. However, the breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea selections are good. The Retreat is a lovely area to be in and is certainly worth the extra money. It would probably be worth booking the Retreat for the whole cruise if you had a side balcony in summer as the balconies may not get as much sun as it's so high in the sky. We only used it once this time as our balcony got so much sun anyway. The staff, as always, were wonderful, and we met a number that we knew which is always nice. We only managed to get through a few of the gins in the Crow's Nest, but did manage to try the new ones they have, which were very nice. Maybe others can do better! Overall a magical time and can't wait to get back on her! Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
We chose this ship and cruise as we have had excellent holidays with P and O in past few years. Also we chose to sail from Southampton instead of a fly cruise as my husband is unable to fly due to a medical condition. We had previously ... Read More
We chose this ship and cruise as we have had excellent holidays with P and O in past few years. Also we chose to sail from Southampton instead of a fly cruise as my husband is unable to fly due to a medical condition. We had previously experienced a critical review of the ship from onboard sales rep. The ship was excellent. No movement during choppy weather. Well laid out interior. Comfortable cabin. Steward was 1st class. Excellent dining facilities with good choice of venues. Britannia cast were excellent. Service excellent. Up to standard we have received before. Good choice of ports. Enjoyed the Limelight Club. Despite there being 3500 passengers we were always able to get sun beds and seats in Horizon at peak times. Were disappointed with size of balcony and also not much musical entertainment throughout the ship pre dinner i.e. Live background music . Embarkation was OK although arrived early and had to wait nearly 2 hours to get on ship. Disembarkation was smooth and well organised. We walked off before 7am and were home by 11. Really enjoyed the interview of the Captain by entertainment director. It w as really informative. Good choice of activities throughout the day but would have liked to have seen the films run later than 12.15 perhaps at 2ish so as not to clash with lunchtime. Overall a very enjoyable cruise. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
PRO's Embarkation was very well organised. Ship very clean and modern Plenty of staff around to provide help and assistance if you ask for it Breakfast choices excellent Beds very comfortable Staff not in your face ... Read More
PRO's Embarkation was very well organised. Ship very clean and modern Plenty of staff around to provide help and assistance if you ask for it Breakfast choices excellent Beds very comfortable Staff not in your face trying to big sell ie spa, photos CON's Cabin steward did not introduce himself, then turned up in our cabin on last morning, stripping and changing beds whilst our luggage was still in there, we had gone for breakfast and still had at least 45 mins before the 8am deadline - we may have wanted a quick shower before departure. Drinks packages are very limited and those on offer are quite expensive. Waiters in the Meridian restaurant got food orders wrong more than once each night - although the service was quick, there was no attempt to converse with passengers to exchange pleasantries at all. But we noticed this throughout the ship. The reasons for the CON's could possibly have been because it was such a short cruise. Let's hope things have improved when we go on board for a 2 week cruise next year. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
This was our 5th cruise sailing with Carnival x2, Norwegian x1, 2nd with PO. Ship was a great vessel but lacked some of the basics that make a holiday great. Staff in bars seemed quite and at times quite miserable, did not want to go that ... Read More
This was our 5th cruise sailing with Carnival x2, Norwegian x1, 2nd with PO. Ship was a great vessel but lacked some of the basics that make a holiday great. Staff in bars seemed quite and at times quite miserable, did not want to go that extra mile, adult area was run at an extra £25.00 per day per person, never had to pay for this on any other ship, no towel exchange at pool side so you have to take towels back to room, no robes in room, no towel animals on bed by cabin boy, no nibbles at bar, you cannot walk around the ship back to front due to design. On the shore excursion up to a glacier the coach left 15 minutes early and left us behind, not good. These may seem petty but these little touches are what makes a holiday special and memorable, we would not go back on this ship. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
Although P&O ships do not have the wow factor of some other lines we were wowed with the food on board Britannia. The speciality restaurants were excellent, innovative and exciting. The Limelight Club was a great surprise and we ... Read More
Although P&O ships do not have the wow factor of some other lines we were wowed with the food on board Britannia. The speciality restaurants were excellent, innovative and exciting. The Limelight Club was a great surprise and we really enjoyed the dinner show concept. Need to book as very popular. Drinks prices very reasonable. Embarkation was the best we ever had and we were in our cabin in no time. We had booked a suite and were very happy with it. Bathroom was huge compared to many we have been in before. Plenty of wardrobe space and hangers. Very good mattress. Balcony was very narrow but not too much of a problem. As usual overall service was good, we enjoyed some of the shows and quizzes on board. Nice shops and a cake cafe to die for. There was also a wine bar and bistro, a nice touch. Disembarkation was very civilised. Overall we enjoyed the experience very much. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
It seems like the cruise is more targeted to the elderly generation and being honeymooners this wasnt what we were expecting. The staff is excellent and the interior cabin was comfy. However, what really needs improvement is the food ... Read More
It seems like the cruise is more targeted to the elderly generation and being honeymooners this wasnt what we were expecting. The staff is excellent and the interior cabin was comfy. However, what really needs improvement is the food (only british food and lots of indian) and the entertainment. Animation team didnt lighten the atmosphere on the deck mostly because of the elderly passengers onboard. No modern music, no lively activities. Would not go on this again unless I turn 60! Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
This was my first cruise and after reading some of the reviews I was slightly worried- but to no avail - we both had an excellent time. The ship is beautifully maintained and spotlessly clean . The atrium was a relaxing place to have a ... Read More
This was my first cruise and after reading some of the reviews I was slightly worried- but to no avail - we both had an excellent time. The ship is beautifully maintained and spotlessly clean . The atrium was a relaxing place to have a coffee or evening cocktail. Despite the size of the ship , it never felt crowded and we were always able to find somewhere to sit and only once had to wait for a table in the restaurant. All the staff were courteous and the service throughout was good. Food was variable but more good than bad. The choice was good and the service prompt. The buffet was always busy but on the few times we used it we were always able to get a seat. We ate in a few of the supplement restaurants- would really recommend the Lime light club and the Beach House - not so keen on the Epicurean.( fun for the experience but wouldn't do it again) although the afternoon tea was lovely. Entertainment was varied - the shows in the main theatre weren't to our taste but to be fair a lot of the passengers loved them. We did however enjoy some of the invited guest - we saw an excellent classical guitarists and Darren Day was very funny. If you get a chance to see a lecture by ' Park' don't hesitate - the titles may sound a little dull but he was very entertaining and I thoroughly enjoyed the lecture that I went to. Our cabin was great - despite the bathroom being small the shower was very roomy. People have moaned about the size of the balcony but we found it more than adequate . The beds were very comfy and the rooms were well sound proofed so we were never disturbed by noise from adjacent rooms or the corridor. Excursions were expensive but well organised - thoroughly recommend the gardens in Stravenger . (We did these in the pouring rain but it still couldn't lessen our enjoyment) The Land of the Trolls a must! Excellent excursions- beautiful and varied scenery - good lunch and a great day out. We paid for an excursions in Olden but there are several options you can do on your own. A land train took you on a lovely hours ride up the valley or you could get a bus to the glacier. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
Just returned from a fab cruise on Britannia. We have cruised many times before with different companies and this was one of the best. The ship is magnificent and copes very well with 3300 guests (we had a full cruise). I never felt ... Read More
Just returned from a fab cruise on Britannia. We have cruised many times before with different companies and this was one of the best. The ship is magnificent and copes very well with 3300 guests (we had a full cruise). I never felt at any time that the ship was at full capacity and there were always ample seating or sunbeds at all times of the day. P&O have really got it spot on with Britannia and I don't understand the bad reviews from previous reviewers. Yes, there may be a problem with lifts (as with many other ships) but if people weren't so LAZY and used the stairs for moving short distances then this would make it better for the elderly and less mobile. All in all 10 out of 10 from - well done P&O! I will not hesitate to recommend this ship to our friends and family. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
This was our 18th cruise but first with P and O. We travelled as a group of 3 sharing a cabin. Embarkation was well organised and a breeze. We had a 1pm slot and were quickly on board. The cabin was immediately available and we were ... Read More
This was our 18th cruise but first with P and O. We travelled as a group of 3 sharing a cabin. Embarkation was well organised and a breeze. We had a 1pm slot and were quickly on board. The cabin was immediately available and we were soon in the buffet. Our cabin was clean and comfortable. Plenty of 3 pin sockets. We quite liked the walk in wardrobe area. The bathroom seemed smaller than other ships but was fine. The TV had a good choice of films and TV progs but there is no interactive excursion booking on the TV or no information about the on board account which we have found useful in the past. Luggage arrived very quickly. The balcony seemed quite small but was ok. The ship is lovely and spacious with a wide range of bars and dining areas. We found it to be very clean. The captain announced that some passengers had norovirus a few days into the cruise and additional hygiene measures were introduced. These were very well managed and proved little or no inconvenience although some people were moaning about having to wash their hands before entering the dining areas!! This was a strictly cruise, and although we didn't book it for that reason we enjoyed the Strictly events we attended. The in house shows were very good. We had mixed views on some of the guest entertainers but they seemed popular with other passengers. My son attended guest lectures and found them very good. We liked the entertainment staff and found them less pushy than they often are on some other ships. Food- this was probably our biggest area of disappointment. Although there was always choice the quality and range of choice was less than we expected. Salad options were more limited than we are used to and many veg were clearly frozen and soggy. Having said that we thought deserts were good. Only cold drink available for free in the buffet is water after breakfast. Alcoholic drinks prices were very good for a cruise ship. We were freedom dining and always got a table at the time we wanted it. Ports - we mainly did our own thing but used ships trips in Tenerife and Lanzorote. We liked the fact that information for each port was provided in the cabin at the start of the cruise. There also seemed to be less pressure to buy trips and the excursion staff were very informative on providing information to enable us to do our own thing. Fellow passengers are predominantly white British and therefore a lot of activities were aimed at this group - wall to wall football, Queens birthday etc. We hadn't appreciated how much of this there would be and were on holiday to get away from the Uk. Most of the people we met were great but there were also a few for whom casual racism seemed the norm as well as the endless complaints about the lifts and how they were so much better on * insert name of other P and O ship.*. For the record the lifts were no better or worse than any other ship I have been on. There were quite a lot of older people using mobility equipment on the ship and clearly they need to be given priority. We self disembarked which worked well and was very efficient. All in all a lovely cruise on a beautiful ship. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
We chose this cruise because we hadn't tried P&O before and having been mainly on older ships we wanted to try Britannia while she was still fairly fresh. We arrived 10 minutes before our allocated embarkation time and were ... Read More
We chose this cruise because we hadn't tried P&O before and having been mainly on older ships we wanted to try Britannia while she was still fairly fresh. We arrived 10 minutes before our allocated embarkation time and were called almost straight away. By the time we reached our cabin our cases were waiting for us outside the door. Very impressive! Our cabin was on deck 15 and facing forward. Unfortunately this meant that we had a steel-fronted balcony, but on the positive side it was about 3 x the size of the standard balcony. The deck plans state that this balcony has restricted access while at sea so I had some concerns that it would be locked, but this was not the case. One advantage was that we could see both sides while in port. The cabin was not huge but perfectly adequate and with plenty of storage space, and it was kept beautiful clean. The food was of good quality and plentiful. We had one evening in Sindhu, which we really enjoyed, and also saw Eric & Ern in The Limelight Club, which was a really special experience. This was a Strictly cruise, and even my husband, who has never actually watched the show, agreed that this added a lot of extra interest. We had been to most of the ports before so we didn't go on any of the ship's excursions, choosing instead to make our own way around, which was easy to do on this itinerary. Britannia is a large ship, and being right at the front, we had quite a long walk from end to end, and I think we might go for a smaller ship next time. The public areas were busy, especially on sea days, but we obviously knew how many passengers would be on board when we booked so it wouldn't be right to moan about this. I agree with other reviewers' comments about not enough lifts and the bizarre decision not to have stairs above deck 7 midship. It often meant having to wait for a lift just to go up one floor. i would definitely chose Britannia again if the right itinerary was offered, but would probably prefer to try a smaller P&O ship. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
First time cruisers and it won't be the last. From the moment we stepped on the ship we were not disappointed. The staff were exceptional. They couldn't do enough for us. Cabin stewardess was great. Food was out of this world. ... Read More
First time cruisers and it won't be the last. From the moment we stepped on the ship we were not disappointed. The staff were exceptional. They couldn't do enough for us. Cabin stewardess was great. Food was out of this world. Didn't do the buffet as was a bit of a cattle market. The main restaurants where you were very well looked after and the food was first class were excellent. The speciality restaurants were out of this world. Plenty of entertainment and plenty of seated areas to relax. Didn't do any excursions. We chose do do our own thing. All in all it was a fantastic holiday. Don't be put off by the size of the ship you wouldn't know there was that many people on it. O and if you get the chance have a pamper session at the spa. The girls are so nice and they made us feel really welcome and relaxed. I'm so glad I have finally gone on a cruise and chosen p&o we will definitely do it again. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
Excellent cruise, ship was wonderful, service was superb, food and entertainment was also excellent, all in all very hard to fault. My one piece of advice is to be vary of reading to many reviews? We read some dreadful stories before we ... Read More
Excellent cruise, ship was wonderful, service was superb, food and entertainment was also excellent, all in all very hard to fault. My one piece of advice is to be vary of reading to many reviews? We read some dreadful stories before we sailed, but all became clear once on board. One 'seasoned cruiser' said to us during the cruise that there will always be the 1% that will moan about everything. We went on to sit with one of the 1% at diner, who said that the food was inedible, the service was terrible, the entertainment was dreadful and that silver service should be re-introduced [i rest my case]. Incidentally we saw the person in question booking another cruise some 2 or 3 days later, I think the one downside of cruising on a ship the size of Britannia is that there are maybe several cities that passengers may wish to visit, which simply could not cope its size, therefore restricting destinations of choice? Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
Britannia Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.1
Dining 5.0 3.8
Entertainment 4.0 3.6
Public Rooms 4.0 4.0
Fitness Recreation 5.0 3.6
Family 5.0 3.6
Shore Excursion 5.0 3.5
Enrichment 4.0 3.2
Service 5.0 3.9
Value For Money 5.0 3.4
Rates 5.0 N/A

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