With the maiden voyage for P&O Britannia not due until spring 2015, we don’t expect it will be too long until the cruise company begins to take bookings. However, we have already had a great deal of feedback that the public has expressed their eagerness to book a cruise on the P&O Britannia the moment they go live.
P&O has been a little slow releasing updates for its new ship, but we do have a video for you below that looks at the interior of P&O Britannia, and we have to say it’s better than any other ship in its fleet. This is yet another reason why the public is so eager to book a cruise on the new ship, which as you know will become the largest UK cruise ship.
Having said that, we still get the feeling that this ship will keep with the tradition of other P&O ships, and so will have a conservative, stuffy design compared to a more fun environment that a Royal Caribbean ship offers – then again we don’t all want the same thing do we?
Being one of the first to travel on the P&O Britannia will be a special occasion, and so we expect tickets will sell very fast, even if we do not know for certain what its first itinerary will be, although we expect it to be much the same as the Azura.
Will you be booking a cruise on the P&O Britannia the moment they go live?