P&O Britannia: Full Tour and Review Video

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I sailed on P&O Britannia in June 2019 and whilst on-board I filmed a tour of the whole ship. I paid for the cruise myself and haven’t received anything for writing this article. All views are my honest opinion.

At the time of writing this, I’m still very new to vlogging and this was filmed on an iPhone, so the imagery isn’t the best and neither is the editing but I’m learning! This is a really comprehensive video, it covers the whole ship, so put the kettle on, grab the biscuits and take a look at this beautiful family-friendly ship!

Please let me know what you thought of Britannia in the comments below. If you’d like to see more ship tours and cruise videos, don’t forget to subscribe via my YouTube channel. Thanks for watching!


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10 thoughts on “P&O Britannia: Full Tour and Review Video”

  1. Great reading ..thank you

  2. Hi there,

    Absolutely loved your tour of Britannia. Our last two cruises have been cancelled due to the pandemic so we are booking this ship for June 2022. Have you any recommendation for a good mid ship balcony with unobstructed views?
    Thanks in advance

  3. the serenity sun loungers not very good and you have to pay extra for them

  4. Hi Jenni,
    Great video! Was wondering if you know what the cruise is like for pre teens? I have just booked for the whole family, June 2021. My daughter will have turned 12 by then.

    Thanks xx

    • Hi Denise. The kids’ club has a group for 9-12 year olds called Scubas. The Scubas zone has PS4s, pool and air hockey tables, a Wii console and a very cool dance floor with a light deck and DJ booth. Scheduled activities might include sports sessions, treasure hunts, discos and karaoke. P&O Cruises doesn’t have all the fancy things that some other cruise lines have like water slides, rock climbing etc, but you should all still have a fab time. I hope this helps. Jenni

  5. Great video full of information, we are booking for next May on britainnia so was nice to get a mums opinion of the ship, as our daughter is 9.

    • Glad you enjoyed it. Have a great cruise! Jenni

  6. Lovely blog, very helpful indeed!

    • Thank you!

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