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Britannia

P&O International's Ships
Britannia

Ship Data

Rating
5 Star
Cruise Line
P&O International
Preferred Cruise Line
 

Ship Profile & Stats

Length
1,082 ft / 360 mtrs
Tonnage
141,000
Maiden Voyage
2015
Passenger Capacity (dbl)
3647
Crew Nationality
European

Ship Amenities

  • 24 hour room service
  • Air Conditioning
  • Daily Cabin Steward service
  • Daily shipboard newspaper
  • Hairdryer
  • Radio
  • Refrigerator
  • Safe
  • Tea and coffee making facilities
  • Telephone
  • Television
  • Vanity or writing desk and chair
  • Wardrobe and storage space

Ship Facilities

  • Art Collection
  • Brodie's Bar
  • Children's clubs
  • Cookery Club with British chef James Martin
  • Crystal Room
  • Fitness Centre
  • Four Swimming Pools
  • Gym
  • Headliners Theatre
  • Lanlard Patisserie
  • Library
  • Limelight Supper Club
  • Live Lounge
  • Market Cafe
  • Meridian Restaurant
  • Night nursery
  • Oasis Spa
  • Oriental Restaurant
  • Peninsular Restaurant
  • Serenity Pool and Bar
  • Shops
  • Sindhu Restaurant
  • Sports Arena
  • Sun Deck and Pool for Teens
  • The Blue Bar
  • The Crow's Nest Bar
  • The Glass House Restaurant
  • The Grill
  • The Retreat Spa
  • The Studio Entertainment Venue
  • Three-tier Atrium
  • Wi-Fi

Arriving in spring 2015, Britannia will represent the very best of the best! The largest ship built exclusively for Britain, she will combine signature P&O Cruises features with the very latest innovations in dining, entertainment and modern design.

‘Britannia’ has a historical resonance for P&O Cruises, as two previous ships connected to the company have held this prestigious name. The first entered service in 1835 for the General Steam Navigation Company (which later became The Peninsular Steam Navigation Company) whilst the second entered service in 1887 to mark the Golden Jubilee of both Queen Victoria and P&O itself. Arriving in spring 2015, Britannia will represent the very best of the best! The largest cruise ship built exclusively for Britain, she will combine signature P&O Cruises features with the very latest innovations in dining, entertainment and modern design.

Britannia will embrace a bold new 94 metre Union Flag on her bow displaying the longest version of the Flag anywhere in the world. The new style represents a contemporary approach to cruising which looks to the future, whilst celebrating the past. The new imagery on the bow will be sympathetic to Britannia’s sweeping lines and enhance her presence across the world in port and at sea. Her other distinctive features include blue funnels carrying an illuminated rising sun motif which depicts the Oriental part of the Peninsular and Oriental (P&O) name on the company’s Coat of Arms.