P&O Cruises Guernsey Mini Cruise Review
On a pleasant April weekend, I had the opportunity to try P&O Cruises for the first time on their flagship, Britannia. Departing Southampton, the ship headed towards the Channel Islands at a leisurely pace. Warm weather and gentle seas made for a very comfortable journey. Were two days long enough to appreciate this cruise ship? Read my reviews below.
Southampton is easy to access by road or rail, and is the gateway to P&O Cruises mini breaks.
The flagship in the P&O Cruises fleet, Britannia showcases the best of British and the best of the cruise line.
Britannia offers cabins for the budget-conscious, the privacy seeker, the luxury traveller, and even solo holidaymakers.
With 26 restaurants, cafés, and bars, Britannia has plenty to try on the culinary front.
There's not much time on a mini cruise to enjoy all the entertainment, but there's plenty of choice.
The ship could not dock in St Peter Port due to its size so tender boats ferried passengers in and out.
Two nights on a large cruise ship makes it difficult to see everything, but it is a great way to try cruising.