Well, even I didn't see this one coming! Having just returned from a cruise, just 3 days later we booked another one. A great last minute deal came up on board P&O Cruises' Britannia. Both myself and Gavin have wanted to cruise on Britannia for sometime, but we've been waiting for the right time and price too. Now we're delighted to be finally booked on Britannia!
What's even better is we don't have long to wait at all. The two-night mini cruise departs Southampton on 24 March 2017. Britannia will visit Zeebrugge, sometimes referred to as Bruges, which is actually around 10 miles from where the ship docks. The ship will then head back to Southampton, where we will disembark the following morning after breakfast.
Gavin and I visited Britannia last year and we were very impressed by the ship. So we are really looking forward to spending a little longer on board this time. To be honest, we will possibly be staying on board when the ship docks in Zeebrugge. We've been there before and will be back again. As it is just a two-night cruise we're more keen to make the most of our time on board the ship. Of course the ship is much quieter too when in port, as many passengers head ashore to explore. So staying on board ins't the worst idea!
We're very excited to get to Southampton and embark Britannia, after waiting such a long time to cruise on the ship. I'm confident P&O Cruises will ensure we have a great time, even if it is just a couple of nights.
Soon it will be time to get packing...
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Harry Cotterill set up his blog when he was just 16-years old, making him one of the youngest cruise bloggers in the world. In later years he became known across the world for his amazing talent of drawing cruise ships!