Can you afford to miss out on this fantastic deal from P&O Cruises? Sailing from Southampton you visit six ports ending in Barbados on the beautiful flagship Britannia and then fly back to the London Gatwick from Barbados on an overnight flight.
This award-winning ship (Best New Ocean Ship – Cruise International Awards 2015) is as glamorous as it is grand. From the moment you step onboard and view the ‘starburst’ centrepiece you will understand what we mean… Britannia was designed by world-leading interior design experts and they have certainly made this a ship to remember.
The 1,350 crew members will ensure you have an amazing journey, whether you are enjoying a meal or socialising in the bars, watching the entertainment or unwinding by the pool – they will be there to take care of you and your family.
You will really appreciate the luxury accommodation, spectacular entertainment, children’s clubs, leisure activities and superb dining on this transatlantic crossing and if you are looking for shore excursions ask our CruiseDeals.co.uk experts.
- Day 1 – Southampton
- Day 2 – At sea
- Day 3 – At sea
- Day 4 – At sea
- Day 5 – Ponta Delgada
- Day 6 – At sea
- Day 7 – At sea
- Day 8 – At sea
- Day 9 – At sea
- Day 10 – At sea
- Day 11 – St. Maarten
- Day 12 – St. Kitts
- Day 13 – Dominica
- Day 14 – Grenada
- Day 15 – Barbados
- 14 nights onboard Britannia
- Full board (excluding select dining venues)
- Flights & transfers
- Evening entertainment
Famous for it’s selection of jewellery, you may pick up some lovely pieces from St. Maarten. The offer everything from modest, yet beautiful souvenirs or top notch precious gems. We would definitely recommend the restaurants… did you know St. Maarten is known as the gourmet island. There is a wide range of dishes to choose from, you don’t want to miss out on their fabulous French cuisine.
Christopher Columbus is reported to have first spotted St. Kitts in 1493, with it’s white sandy beaches, palm trees, warm waters and sunny skies, it is absolutely stunning and the epitome of paradise. The beaches tend to remain relatively crowd-free and you may wish to partake in snorkeling or diving to enjoy the marvels of the sea.
A volcanic island with many of the mountain peaks towering above at 4000ft, Dominica is an island paradise. Dominica has a nickname, ‘Nature Isle of the Caribbean’ thanks to its unspoiled natural beauty, lush rainforests and abundance of rare plants, animals and bird species – a must for all you nature lovers.
Prices may change and cruises are subject to availability.
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