P&O Britannia might be the largest ship in the P&O fleet once she enters service, but she is still nowhere near as large as some of Royal Caribbean’s ships, such as the upcoming Quantum of the Seas. Having said that, they are very closely matched and so we thought we would see how they compare in terms of size, capacity and amenities.
P&O Britannia vs. Quantum of the Seas – We know that these two ships will be very different in their design and the overall look and feel to the interior, but it is amazing how similar they are in their size.
The P&O Britannia length will be 1,082 feet compared to 1,142 feet for the Quantum of the Seas, so you can see that there is not much in it. The P&O Britannia capacity will be 4,372 passengers, whereas the Quantum of the Seas capacity will be 4,180-passengers, so you can see that P&O has done what they always seem to do, and that is to pack more staterooms to get more money from each sailing.
To give you an idea the new ship will be able to carry 24 percent more passengers than the Ventura and Azura.
Some of the P&O Britannia amenities include 13 bars and the same number of restaurants and cafes (not certain what themed restaurants yet) 4 swimming pools and so much more. As yet P&O has not shared the finer details neither has Royal Caribbean, although we do know the Quantum of the Seas will have more specialty restaurants and flexible dining options than any other their other ships.
Okay, so we still do not know what restaurants these will be, but we do know she will have a host of new family features.
Not much else is known about P&O Britannia, but for more Quantum of the Seas details then check out some of our recent articles.