Britannia Review

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Great Expectations

Review for Norwegian Fjords Cruise on Britannia
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10+ Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Jun 2023
Traveled with disabled person
Accessible  Cabin, loads of room and central location.
Stavangar on a Sunday everything was closed

Taking Mum to the Fjords was something she wanted so badly and for that reason the cruise was fantastic.

I booked a wheelchair friendly cabin for her which had the bonus of a wet room, the cabin was very big and positioned midship close to the lifts, i was in an inside straigh opposite.

Now the lifts, tip is to take your space a lift when you have a person of limited maneuverability regardless as to whether its going up or down, people in general were lovely and made space, however not all are of the same mindset, even though there are signs telling people to offer priority to those with mobility aids.

Cabin Review

Cabin made up daily, no extras like water anymore no turn down at night Room service very good,

Port Reviews


Sunday nothing open.


Lovely place


Simply beautiful walked to the waterfall.


Walked from the ship pushing Mum. Go over the Bridge to get to the centre save your souvenir for here as it is a proper town with competitive pricing.

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