Britannia Rules the Norwegian Waves


When it comes to flaunting her sheer scope, Britannia most definitely rules the waves!  This recent snapshot taken by Cruise & Maritime Voyage passenger Karen Bradbury shows just how majestic she is, with the 232 foot high vessel positively towering over the boutique style CMV ship, Marco Polo.

The picture was captured as the two ships moored alongside each other while cruising through the Norwegian fjord country village of Flam. In the past few years Norway has emerged as a hugely popular destination with both small boutique companies and their luxuriously large counterparts.  The voyages give passengers a unique opportunity to soak up the incredible sights of Norway, yet still enjoy the luxury and convenience of high end cruise ship accommodation.


Living large

On-board large scale ships, the experience is particularly lavish. The latest luxury liner from P&O was highly anticipated by cruise critics across the globe, and she didn’t fail to deliver. On-board Britannia passengers will find a cornucopia of cutting edge features and amenities, accompanied by beautifully appointed interiors and a dining experience to die for.

Norwegian bound Brits are spoilt for choice

While each cruiser has their own individual size and intimacy preferences, the juxtaposition of the two vessels does illustrate just how much choice British cruisers now enjoy when it comes to Norwegian cruise getaways. Whether they want the grandeur of a multi-level ocean liner such as Britannia, or the intimacy of a smaller boutique vessel, there is something for every cruiser.

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Images sourced via and P&O Cruises

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When it comes to flaunting her sheer scope, Britannia most definitely rules the waves!

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Claire has worked in the travel industry since leaving college in 1994. One of this blog's most regular contributors, Claire covers cruise news and industry trends.

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