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Britannia
5 / 5.0
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961 reviews
Britannia was named by HM The Queen on March 10, 2015, in a glittering ceremony in Southampton. The Queen last named a P&O Cruises' ship almost 20 years ago -- the 1,800-passenger Oriana -- then the largest ship in the fleet, which ushered in a new era of modern UK cruising.
Marella Dream
4 / 5.0
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Marella Dream features multiple restaurants, lively bars and lounges, and solid value-for-money family fun in a British setting.
Norwegian Epic
4.5 / 5.0
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19-deck mega-ship carrying about 4,500 people; features "Priscilla, Queen of the Desert" stage show, the Beatle's-inspired Cavern Club lounge and solo cabins.
Celebrity Silhouette
5 / 5.0
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Cultured vibe; features the country club-style Lawn Club with extra-fee Hamptons-inspired The Porch, suites-only restaurant and multimillion-dollar art collection.
Magellan
3.5 / 5.0
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Offering a traditional cruise experience and excellent value for money, Cruise & Maritime Voyages' Magellan remains a popular choice for British cruisers.
Marella Discovery
4 / 5.0
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As Marella (formerly Thomson) second-newest and joint-largest ship, the 1,830-passenger set sail on its maiden voyage as TUI Discovery and was rebranded as Marella Discovery in October 2017.
Azura
4 / 5.0
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With 3,100 passengers and P&O's traditional line-up of full dress codes, afternoon tea, deck games and ballroom dancing, Azura is one of P&O's largest and most popular ships.
Ventura
4 / 5.0
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Ventura is the joint second-largest ship in the P&O Cruises' fleet, with the largest kids club.
Ruby Princess
4.5 / 5.0
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Dignified yet fun with Princess signatures including Movies Under The Stars, fine dining, the ever-busy Piazza and Broadway-style production shows; holds fewer than 4,000.
Independence of the Seas
4.5 / 5.0
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A ship of wows including rock climbing, surfing, virtual reality enhanced trampolibe, laser tag, puzzle break and mini-golf, plus "Grease, the Musical" onstage, ice skating shows, kids' water park, 22 bars and 10 eateries.
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