Is Britannia sailing to the Caribbean?
Is Britannia sailing to the Caribbean?
Both Britannia and Azura will continue to offer Caribbean cruises from Barbados through to March 2022. Guests booking a Caribbean cruise with P&O for 2021 will benefit from a free flexible transfer policy and may use outstanding future cruise credits towards bookings.
Where is the Britannia cruise ship right now?
North East Atlantic Ocean
The current position of BRITANNIA is at North East Atlantic Ocean (coordinates 43.36686 N / 8.39921 W) reported 2 mins ago by AIS.
Are Britannia cruises Cancelled?
P&O Cruises’ Caribbean sailings onboard cruise ship Britannia have been axed. The cruise line has cancelled all seven and fourteen night Britannia fly-cruises which start or end in St Lucia between October 2021 until March 2022. P&O said this was due “to a lack of availability of charter aircraft on Caribbean routes.”
Are P&O Cruises still sailing to the Caribbean?
P&O Cruises have cancelled all Caribbean sailings to and from St Lucia from October 2021 through to March 2022. P&O Cruises have cancelled all Caribbean sailings to and from St Lucia from October 2021 through to March 2022. Alternative P&O UK Coastal Cruises are now on sale.
Which P&O ship is in the Caribbean now?
Britannia and Azura Sailing The Caribbean The cruise line has experienced a hugely successful summer return with the launch of its newest flagship Iona and its popular summer seacations onboard Britannia and Iona.
Will P&O Cruises resume in 2021?
We are sorry to announce that cruises on Arcadia, Aurora, Azura and Ventura have been cancelled until the end of August 2021 and on Britannia and Iona until late September 2021. We have extended our pause in response to the current restrictions on international travel.
Are Caribbean Cruises going ahead?
More information here. Royal Caribbean International has restarted cruises in the Caribbean, the US and Europe, including a series of Ocean Getaways and British Isles Cruises from Southampton on board Anthem of the Seas.
Will there be Caribbean cruises in 2021?
US sailings have already begun with the following ships still to sail: Ruby Princess from San Francisco on October 24, Sky Princess from Fort Lauderdale on November 20, Crown Princess from Fort Lauderdale on November 26, 2021, Caribbean Princess from Fort Lauderdale on November 28 and Enchanted Princess from Fort …
Which ship is best Britannia or Azura?
Having been on all the P&O fleet, as a ship, Britannia is our favourite. Arcadia is our least favourite, but Azura is second from bottom and Ventura third from bottom. We love Aurora and Oceana but miss the facilities of Britannia. Highlights – Epicurean (best in fleet).
Are P&O cruises still sailing to the Caribbean?
Are Caribbean cruises going ahead?
Are Caribbean cruises still running?
Most Caribbean cruise ports are accepting cruise ships and many have relaxed their rules. But any ship reporting Covid cases on board could be turned away — and Covid is still circulating.
When was Britannia last refurbished?
On 7th October 2019, Britannia set sail for her first refit at the Damen shipyard in Brest, France. She joined the P&O Cruises fleet in 2015 and has been embarking on exciting itineraries to some of the world’s most beautiful destinations ever since.
Which is bigger Azura or Britannia?
Although bigger, Britannia feels far more spacious with lots of ‘calmer’ areas. The TVs in the cabins are far superior with a good choice of films if you need time out..
Are cruises going ahead 2022?
Unfortunately, there are still cruises being cancelled in 2022 due to Covid-19 and the uncertainty surrounding it. The pandemic has not ended, and some sailings have been cancelled due to too many Covid-19 cases onboard.
What cruises Cancelled 2021?
Current COVID-19 Cruise Line and Cruise Ship Sailing…
- Azamara; Cancellations range between September 2021-May 2022.
- Carnival Cruises; Cancellations vary, majority to June 2021.
- Celebrity Cruises; Cancellations to June 30, 2021.
- Costa Cruises; Cancellations to June 6th – December 26, 2021(Sent email)
Are cruises open in 2022?
Unfortunately, there are still cruises being cancelled in 2022 due to Covid-19 and the uncertainty surrounding it. The pandemic has not ended, and some sailings have been cancelled due to too many Covid-19 cases onboard. The good news is that there are not the mass cancellations we saw in 2020.