Thank you P&O. My husband was a major cruise fan (where I am quite happy by the hotel pool) but he said being on Britannia had put him off ever cruising again.
Major delay getting on board meant that we had only just got to our cabin when we were called to muster drill.
service was very slow in the freedom dining room, so we ended up dining earlier than we would wish just so that we could get out in time for the shows, which by the way you needed to be seated at least 1/2 hour in advance because of the low capacity of the theatre/show lounge compared to the high capacity of passengers.
The daytime activities were very boring.
Daytimes on the ship seemed to be geared towards encouraging passengers to spend money in the spa, casino, or shops as there wasn't much else to do at sea, even the sauna was an additional cost.
The shore excursions were over-priced particularly if you wanted to do anything other than the usual (very boring) sightseeing coach tour.
The only saving grace is that the prices on Britannia seem lower than what we have paid on other P&O Ships in the past, presumably because you are herded in like cattle.
cabin small and lighting was either too bright or not at all. would have been nice to have separately operated bedside lights and perhaps a dimmer switch. Lots of hanging space but it was too close to the bathroom door so when you opened the door it knocked against the hanging clothes and anyone who was stood in the wardrobe area.