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ENTERTAINMENT:

Live on board centres around the three

storey high galleried atrium where you

will find the Market Cafe, Blue Bar, the

Glass House and shopping. Brodie's

Pub is conveniently close by and will

be a particular favourite gathering

place handy for the casino . For live

entertainment choose from the Studio

with its televised shows, the Crystal

Room for ball room style dancing, The

Live Lounge and Headliners Theatre.

Be entertained while you dine in the

Limelight Club - reigniting the tradition

of the supper club.

FOODIE HEAVEN:

This new cruise ship dedicated to the

British cruiser is packed with facilities

and dining options to really get the

taste buds flowing. There are three

main restaurants where silver service

is standard in the form of set Club

Dining or Freedom Dining; and on gala

evening the chefs from Marco Pierre

White cook up some tasty delights.

Treat yourself in Atol Kochar's Sindhu

Indian restaurant and help yourself

in the Market cafe to fine cheeses,

charcuterie, tapas and Eric Lanlard's

Cake Boy talents in the French

Patisserie. Join the James Martin team

in The Cookery Club where 12 bespoke

kitchen stations await for you to have

fun and pick up some cooking skills

and tips. Finally wine lovers can benefit

from the expertise on offer at the Glass

House run by Olly Smith.

DAYTIME RECREATION:

Enjoy fun in the sun with the family

around the Riviera & Lido Pools

separated by a water splash and play

feature, escape the crowds at the

Terrace Pool and adults only can relax

enjoying some peace and quiet at the

Serenity Pool area and the Retreat with

an understated South Beach vibe. The

Oasis Spa is a must if only to enjoy

the waterfall, hydrotherapy pool and

thermal suite. There is an extensive

kids area with five separate clubs

for different age groups including a

nursery for under 2's. Fitness fanatics

can also enjoy the modern facilities of

the Gymnasium, classes in the Aerobics

Studio, golf nets and the sports arena.

ART:

£1 million has been spent on 6,676

pieces of artwork on board celebrating

the very best of British Culture. Lookout

for the Spirit of Modern Britain pieces

- in particular the Great British Queue

and see how many celebrities you

can spot among the ordinary folk in

a representation of the Great British

institution of queuing.

INTRODUCING

P&O BRITANNIA

Combining the excitement of cruising with the sophistication

of a five-star hotel, Britannia isn't just the biggest ship ever built

exclusively for the British market - she is the most glamorous too.

Your first moments on board are sure to be truly memorable as the

spectacular 'Starburst' centrepiece of her atrium comes into view.

Five British food heroes are represented on board Britannia in her

bars, cafes, restaurants, menus and cookery school. A theatre with a

full LED wall for a truly immersive experience, a seriously stylish spa

and a one million pound art collection are just some of the many

highlights you will discover on board.

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18 THE FACTS:

• Named on 09 March 2015 By Her

Majesty The Queen & Prince Phillip

• 141,000 tons

• 3647 Passengers

• 18 Passenger Decks

• 11 Dining Options

• 4 Swimming pools

• 4 Whirlpool Spas

• Oasis Spa & Thermal suite

• Adults Only Retreat area

• 15 Bars & Lounges

• The Cookery Club

• Free Guest Launderettes

• 27 Sole occupancy staterooms

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