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Britannia Review

5.0 / 5.0
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990 reviews
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Overall a Fantastic Holiday

Review for Britannia to the Eastern Caribbean
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2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Oct 2016
Traveled with children
View from the balcony cabin
view of wardrobe space
toilet in cabin
shower in cabin
cabin view
inside atrium main bit of shopping complex on level 7 and 6 of ship
sculpture on level 7 and 6 of ship
the outside pool one of a few photo taken still in uk
outside of ship
sun setting view from cabin
porta delgada portugal pineapple plantation gift shop
Porta Delgada square
Porta Delgada off the main square
one of the entertainment venues, live lounge level 7
Sam Bailey sitting in live lounge ready to watch the Phil Collins tribute
view of the outside of ship
A local happy to have his photo taken in St Maartens
View of one of the streets/houses on St Maartens
St Maartens juice bar
St Kitts
coconut palm, one of many St Kitts
St Maartens or St Kitts evening
St Maartens in evening
A selfie with Sam Bailey
one of the shows
St Kitts railway trip
Dominica venom caterpillar
Dominica 200 year old tree botanical gardens
Dominica one of many sulphur springs in the jungle
Dominica deep in the jungle!
The amazing jungle in Dominica
Dominica swimming in jungle hot spa
Grenada market stall
view of Grenada from ship
Anandale Falls
Sunset from balcony
Barbados, Britannia amongst very blue water
Barbados accra beach, beautiful
Accra beach Barbados
clear waters of Accra Beach Barbados
colourful Barbados
Plantation house Barbados
the lovely ramshackle gardens of the plantation house in Barbados

Always wanted to go to the Caribbean, having sailed with P&O to the med on the Ventura we were looking forward to this trip, so myself and family (1 14 year old son, partner and father went) We sailed from Southampton, the crossing to Port Delgarda (Portugal) was very rough, it took 4 sailing days to get there. Porta Delgarda was a welcome piece of land!

It still was not hot. I think people were expecting Caribbean temperatures in Portugal in late October, it was around 17 degrees.

An unusual place. I rather liked it because it was different. It was very quiet with unusual large open spaces (squares) and a small waterfall/park. Not many shops, we went on an excursion at each port. This one was to see the fire lake mountains. It was very foggy but on a clear day I imagine breathtaking views!

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