Food, service was fine, a lovely ship, problem is too many passengers for entertainment venues, headliners theatre too small for number of people on board also live lounge even smaller, you had to be at venues thirty minutes before a show started. Entertainment was poor, only three good shows by Britannia show cast, rest just vocalists any entertainment lasted only forty minutes.
Sea days you had to be up very early to get a sunbed, not enough to go round. Atrium was nice, just staircase let it down, looks more like a fire exit. Lifts were a problem too small you could only fit 12 people in, they are supposed to hold 18, no stairs in midship. I would not choose Britannia again amenities too small for number passengers.
Pleased with our cabin, quite spacious.