After a lumpy Bay of Biscay crossing, the rest of the cruise was excellent.
The ship was going into dry dock at the end of this cruise for a spruce up.
We had sailed on Britannia before so we knew our way round the ship. The lifts are still a bit of a problem, mainly as at either end of the ship they are smaller and often full at busy times.
Considering the wear she has had, I thought she is holding up pretty well.
I was especially pleased with the standard of food in the MDR, both in terms of service and quality.
We eat in the Beach House for the first time and was pleasantly surprised at the quality and value for money.
Cabins and balcony are ok but we knew that the balconies are smaller than on Azura.
Cabin steward very good.
Other than the 'Rat Pack' the entertainment was very good. P&O please leave Frank, Sammy and Dean on shore next time please.
Looking forward to seeing the newly refurbed ship.