P & O Brittannia
Jacqueline DUghan | November 4, 2013 | P&O Cruises | Britannia
We found Brittannia to be a great ship in most respects. The decor is great and the Dining Rooms and Self Service are much improved compared with the rest of the fleet Service was what we expect from P & O, and we enjoyed our cruise.
The things we felt let the ship down were the Balconies are far too small, you could not recline the chairs. If more than two people then it would be standing room only.
The Promenade Deck is on Deck 18, which again is very small 7 laps for a mile, dodging sun beds , unlike the usual Promenade Decks it would be unusable in windy or wet weather or for an evening stroll after dinner.
No Midship Staircase, you are required to use the lifts, this caused long waits, and was especially difficult for anyone with a wheel chair.
The day time entertainment was poor with only one speaker who gave 5 talks which were very repetitive. Headliners Theatre Group was mediocre, but the content of the new theatre shows was great.
We would cruise on Brittannia agian if the itinerary suited us.
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