Britannia from a wheelchair user’s point of view
Kathryn Mee | January 9, 2018 | P&O Cruises | Britannia
A week on Britannia to the Norwegian Fjords was a spectacular trip.
Stunning snowy views, fantastic sunny weather, our second cruise there the first week of May, unbelievable.
My husband pushed me easily around the ship from our accessible cabin. We were next to the forward lifts, which has a staircase for able bodied users which does lessen lift use, as does the rear of the ship.
Automatic doors, smooth floors and spacious ship layout are great to get around in a chair easier. Well placed disabled loos, only waited once all week!
As for the food, loved it. We do select dining to avoid busy areas and because meals are a major part of our holiday. Food and service, particularly in Sindhu was great as always. Epicurean and The Beach Hut great food and service, but we would appreciate a menu variation as same on other p&o ships for the past couple of years and we will be back.
Overall a perfect cruise for us.
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