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Britannia Review

5.0 / 5.0
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Briliant vacation

Review for Britannia to Europe
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First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Sep 2018

Visited the ship on Southampton in May 2017 and booked on board. This was our first ever cruise and the first holiday without our children. The ship is great, but getting around is complicated as there is no staircase midships. Loved the food although the menu is repetitive. Paid extra to eat in Sindu and the Glass House and the food there was exceptional. We booked booked 10 days in the retreat area - this was brill! Although expensive. Day trips are well organised and no queuing. Entertaining is good with a very varied menu of quizzes, shows and movies and much more. Grab and Go is excellent for lunchtime snacks and the buffet restaurant is excellent. Friendly staff at all times with little pressure to buy additional al services. Cabin C 336 was excellent and bed was great. Roome service was good and all times.

I believe this ship I’d ideal for med cruises, but not for carribean cruises as there is no outdoor theatre or cinema. Would we go again - Yes!

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Cabin Balcony Superior


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