Where is Britannia P&O cruise ship now?

Where is Britannia P&O cruise ship now?

West Mediterranean
The current position of BRITANNIA is at West Mediterranean (coordinates 36.14799 N / 5.36627 W) reported 3 mins ago by AIS.

What is the newest P and O ship?

Iona’s eagerly-anticipated sister ship, Arvia, joins the fleet in December 2022 and is heading for the sunshine. Like Iona, Arvia is another Excel class ship, with even more freedom, innovation and variety in store than ever before. So get ready for your ultimate P&O Cruises holiday.

Has Britannia had a refit?

P&O Cruises unveil million-pound Britannia refit P&O Cruises’ Britannia to undergo million-pound refit. On 7th October 2019, Britannia set sail for her first refit at the Damen shipyard in Brest, France. With her beautiful design, stylish décor and fabulous amenities, she’s the jewel in the P&O crown.

When was Britannia last refurbished?

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Britannia
Year Built 2015
Year Last Refurbished
Capacity 3,600 passengers
Tonnage 141,000

Which P&O ship is in Southampton today?

Iona
P&O Cruises’ Iona is named in Southampton today. The largest cruise ship built for the UK market arrives in Southampton today ahead of its naming ceremony.

Where are the smoking areas on Britannia?

Britannia

  • Deck 16 Aft port side near the Sunset Bar area.
  • Deck 7 Aft port side near the Live lounge area outside.
  • Deck 7 Aft mid ship out side Java area.

Which is the smallest P and O cruise ship?

Adonia, the smallest ship in P&O Cruises’ fleet, is returning to the UK after a brief spell chartered to Carnival Corporation’s Fathom brand, pioneering “social impact” cruises to Cuba and the Dominican Republic.

Who owns Britannia cruise ship?

Carnival Corporation & PLC
Specifications of Britannia

Year built 2015 / Age: 6
Class Royal
Building cost GBP 473 million (USD 770 million)
Owner Carnival Corporation & PLC
Operator P&O Cruises UK

When was Britannia refitted?

7 October 2019
On the 7 October 2019, Britannia will set sail for her first refit at the Damen shipyard in Brest, France. Britannia will be back in Southampton on 23 October 2019, ready for the next four years of adventures in the Caribbean, Norwegian Fjords, Mediterranean, Canary Islands and more.