Design Faults of Britannia
Barry Carter | April 27, 2014 | P&O Cruises | Britannia
1. Distinct lack of staircases causing overcrowding in lifts and serious escape hazard.
2. Tiering of seats in Cinema very poor unable to get a reasonable view of screen wherever seated.
3. Tiering in theatre also a very bad design fault. Any view of stage only visible from limited number of rows.
4. Balcony was much smaller than the Azura/Ventura.
5. Would not recommend Britannia because of these faults
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