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Friday, January 17, 2014

P&O Cruises Unveils Hull Art and New Funnel Design for New Britannia

Yesterday P&O Cruises unveiled their new funnel colors and patriotic hull art for their new Britannia. The 141,000 ton ship, is currently being constructed at Italy's Fincantieri's Ship Yard. The 3,600 passenger ship is expected to begin service in March 2015.

P&O States on their website (

The Britannia A Modern Classic
Arriving in spring 2015, Britannia will represent the very best of the best! The largest ship built exclusively for Britain, she will combine signature P&O Cruises features with the very latest innovations in dining, entertainment and modern design. 


A bold new look!

Britannia will embrace a bold new 94 metre Union Flag on her bow displaying the longest version of the Flag anywhere in the world. The new style represents a contemporary approach to cruising which looks to the future, whilst celebrating the past. The new imagery on the bow will be sympathetic to Britannia’s sweeping lines and enhance her presence across the world in port and at sea.

Her other distinctive features include blue funnels carrying an illuminated rising sun motif which depicts the Oriental part of the Peninsular and Oriental (P&O) name on the company’s Coat of Arms.

Princess Cruise Britannia - Click the below to view a quick Video Featuring Past P&O Ships

Watch the P&O Historical Clip and the New Hull Art and Livery for P&O's New Britannia

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