Who Designed this ship!!
Pauline Evans | August 29, 2018 | P&O Cruises | Britannia
In my opinion the latest addition to the P&O fleet suffers from a lack of thoughtful design.
No staircase Mid-ships, with a ship almost a a third of a mile long – what would happen in an emergency (lifts out of use) – visions of people trying to reach one end or the other – what happens if you are not too active.
Tragedy no proper Prom Deck – an excuse on the top deck, how boring going 7 times round the apology for a Prom Deck (and no good when it rains)
The Studio which doubles up for a Cinema – hopeless if you don’t secure a front row seat, because if a tall person sits there the tiers are so shallow that no one can see the big screen.
A Theatre that is way too small for the capacity of the ship (who wants to sit longer to secure a seat than the shows actually last)
Sorry this is so negative, there are some plus points – but certainly think the other P&O ships have the edge.
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