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Britannia Cruise Review
5.0 / 5.0
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Holiday camp at sea

Britannia Cruise Review by Richard Longden

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Trip Details
  • Sail Date: Jan 2020
  • Destination: the Caribbean

Traveled on P&O flag ship January 3 2020,

The ship is very down market, compared to other P&O ships.

Cabins very small not very inviting decor bland, service in restaurant very slow you had to rush your last coarse to get to the evening shows.

The sun decks were crowded on sea days you had to be on deck at 6 in the morning to get a sun bed, and music blurring out all day long, no were for peace and quiet drove you mad.

It was like a South Atlantic beach with seals basking in the sun not a pretty site.

Drinks expensive as was the excursions,

The one good thing on the ship the evening entertainment was excellent on this cruise.

Like I said this cruise is like a holiday camp at sea.

And would not recommend it.

If you like a bit of class go on Princess cruises.


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Cabin Review

Very small ,for a ship just a few years old rooms very tired, bland decor.

The cabin boy was very nice and helpful that’s the good bit.


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