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History of the Ship
There have been two previous Britannias in P&O history. The first entered service in 1835 for P&O’s predecessor company, The General Steam Navigation Co. To celebrate the Golden Jubilee of both Queen Victoria and P&O itself, the company built the Jubilee Class of ships which consisted of the largest and grandest steamers (6,000 tons): Victoria, Britannia, Arcadia and Oceana. This second Britannia entered service in 1887 and was built in Greenock. The Jubilee class ships carried 250 first-class passengers and 160 second-class passengers and had a cargo capacity of approximately 4,000 tons. Winston Churchill sailed on Britannia in 1888 to Bombay

with his hussar regiment before going on to fight on the North West Frontier.

Dining options onboard include the main dining room for traditional Club dining.  There are also specialty restaurants onboard as well as the traditional buffet.  Numerous bars and lounges can be found onboard too as well as a movie theater. 

Cabin selections range from the 150 SF interior cabins to the 497 SF (including balcony) suites.  There are also single cabins available.
 
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 Britannia
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   Year built: 2015
Shipyard: 

Fincantieri

Monfalcone, Italy
Registery: Southampton
GRT: 141,000 tons
Length: 1,082 feet
Beam: 141 feet
Public Decks: 13
Passengers: 3,600
Crew: 1,350
Space Ratio: 39

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