This is an archived post that originally appeared on CruiseInd on Feb 22, 2015 @ 09:21
Britannia has officially sailed from her homeport in Southampton. Thank you for following.
I updated the side bar with her webcam which appears to be working.
Saturday March 14
She’s sailed. Here’s her send off that the Port of Southampton gave her:
She’s getting ready to sail.
— P&O Cruises (@pandocruises) March 14, 2015
— Danielle (@CruiseMiss) March 14, 2015
— Lynn Lansbury PhD (@BystandersUK) March 14, 2015
Wednesday March 11
Here’s some high res photos from flickr.
Tuesday March 10
On her first try, the Queen gets it right!
— P&O Cruises (@pandocruises) March 10, 2015
The Queen has officially named @pandocruises #Britannia A photo posted by Cruise Capital (@cruisecapital) on
Monday March 9
— John Honeywell (@CaptGreybeard) March 9, 2015
— Atul Kochhar (@atulkochhar) March 9, 2015
— P&O Cruises (@pandocruises) March 9, 2015
Friday March 6
She has arrived.
Here’s a bunch of photos of her arrival:
— Jen Humm (@jenhumm) March 6, 2015
— P&O Cruises (@pandocruises) March 6, 2015
Thursday March 5
Britannia is currently sailing around the northwest tip of France.
Monday March 2
Pretty cool photo P&O Just tweeted out.
Saturday Feb 28
The Britannia has departed the shipyard in Monfalcone and currently exiting the Adriatic Sea, headed into the Mediterranean. She’s scheduled to pass Gibraltar on March 3rd.
Friday Feb 27
P&O Cruises has announced that Her Majesty The Queen, along with His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh will name the Britannia when she arrives in Southampton. The event will be held on Tuesday March 10, 2015 at:
Southampton, SO14 3QN
Wednesday Feb 25
Even the lifeboats have a bit of hull art..kind of
#britannia A photo posted by _elio_ (@_elio_) on
Tuesday Feb 24
Sunday Feb 22
Chef Eric Lanlard tours the venues.
— eric lanlard (@eric_lanlard) February 22, 2015
Some Interior photos. Love this atrium. Might be one of my favorites ever. From Dave Monk currently onboard.
— Olly Smith (@jollyolly) February 22, 2015
That is one amazing chandelier.
She’s definitely a Royal Princess, but a little different. I’m sure the machinery is identical.