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  • Meridien Restaurant

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  • The Reef Children's Club

  • Pools

  • The Retreat

  • The Oasis Spa

  • Promenade

  • Java Coffee Bar

  • The Starburst Atrium

  • Serenity Pool & Bar

  • The Blue Bar

  • Theatre

  • Crystal Room

  • The Limelight Club

  • The Live Lounge

  • Cookery Club

  • Duty Free Shopping

  • Sindhu

Britannia - P&O Cruises UK

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Britannia itinerary and upcoming sailing dates
Apr 10, 2020 Western Europe, 2 nights from $962
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May 9, 2020 Italy Spain and France, 14 nights from $3125
May 23, 2020 Italy Spain and France, 14 nights from $3359
Jun 6, 2020 Italy Spain and France, 14 nights from $3592
Jun 20, 2020 Italy Spain and France, 14 nights from $3654
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Britannia Overview

Launched in 2015, the Britannia cruise ship was named by Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II in an impressive ceremony in Southampton. The largest in the P&O fleet, this beautiful vessel is grand in every sense of the word; as soon as you step on board you'll know you're somewhere special, with attentive service, tasteful decor and understated elegance at every turn.

Specs: Britannia at a glance

The Britannia weighs 141,000 tonnes, measures 1,083 feet in length and spans 17 decks. She can accommodate 3,647 passengers and 1,350 crew members. Her cruise speed is 21.9 knots.

Accommodation: Britannia rooms and suites

From modest interior staterooms to luxurious suites, there's accommodation on the Britannia to suit your needs, whether you're splashing out on a special holiday or cruising on a budget. All staterooms come equipped with basic amenities such as a flatscreen television, a mini-fridge, a safe and tea and coffee making facilities, while suite guests enjoy additional perks like butler service, champagne on arrival and fresh fruit delivered daily.

Entertainment: things to do on board the Britannia

The Britannia boasts an impressive array of entertainment options to keep you busy from sunrise until sunset - or you can just spend your time relaxing by the pool. That's the beauty of cruising - the choice is yours.

Entertainment highlights include:

  • Musical performances and production shows at Headliners Theater
  • The Cookery Club - the first ever at sea
  • Dance lessons at the Live Lounge or the Crystal Room
  • Three pools and several jacuzzis
  • The Retreat, a relaxing, kids-free area
  • The Oasis Spa, home to beauty treatments, a hair salon and a thermal suite

Food: Britannia restaurants

Thanks to P&O's partnership with several celebrity chefs, including the brilliant Marco Pierre White, dining on board is of an incredibly high standard. Foodies will be in absolute heaven.

Dining included in your Britannia ticket:

  • Meridian Dining Room: open seating
  • Peninsular and Oriental Dining Room: traditional dining, fixed seating
  • Horizon Court Buffet
  • Lido Grill: poolside fare, such as burgers and hotdogs
  • The Pizzeria
  • Grab & Go: takeaway salads and snacks
  • Room service

Specialty dining (not included in your fare):


  • The Limelight Club: supper club style venue with live music
  • Market Cafe: French pastries and deli-food, styled by master patissier Eric Lanlard
  • Sindhu: Indian cuisine
  • The Glass House: a la carte
  • The Epicurean: classic British fare
  • The Beach House: American comfort food
  • Cookery Club: private dining with a celebrity chef
  • Java: a la carte cafe serving Costa coffee


Destinations: Britannia itineraries

Sailing from its homeport of Southampton, the Britannia has a rich and varied schedule that takes it to ports across Europe, the Caribbean, the Mediterranean and beyond. Itineraries are well-designed to include a range of shore excursions, with tours to suit all interests and activity levels. Popular examples include birdwatching in Gibraltar, swimming and shopping in Ibiza and wandering the old streets of Bairro Alto in Lisbon.

Things to remember: On board Britannia

Here are some helpful facts to keep in mind when planning a holiday on board the Britannia cruise ship:

  • The dress code is smart casual by day, evening casual by night, although there are usually at least two formal nights per cruise.
  • Daily gratuities are automatically added to your account and the onboard currency is the Great British Pound.
  • Families are welcome, with excellent children's facilities and organised youth programmes.

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Deluxe Balcony Cabins

  • Amenities include a large flat screen TV for films on demand, pamper packs from The White Company, bathrooms with glass shower screen plus a greater square footage than Britannia’s balcony cabins. Luxuriously appointed and cleverly designed.
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Sports & Fitness


  • Keep active on Britannia. Work out in her gym, take a spinning class, lap the Promenade or head to the Arena – her dedicated sports space for short tennis, cricket or football.


  • Britannia’s Promenade is located high up on Deck 18. Enjoy a stroll and breathe in that fresh sea air, do your daily laps, or just relax and enjoy the view.