Britannia

Britannia Review and Specifications

Specifications of Britannia

Year built2015  /  Age : 3
BuilderFincantieri (Monfalcone, Italy)
ClassRoyal
Building costGBP 473 million (USD 770 million)
OwnerCarnival Corporation & PLC
OperatorP&O Cruises UK
Speed22 kn / 41 kph / 25 mph
Length (LOA)330 m / 1083 ft
Beam (width)47 m / 154 ft
Gross Tonnage143730 gt
Passengers3645 - 4406
Crew1350
Passengers-to-space ratio33
Decks18
Cabins1836
Decks with cabins8
Sister-shipsMajestic Princess, Royal Princess, Regal Princess, Sky Princess, Enchanted Princess
Christened byHM Elizabeth II (The Queen of England)

Current itinerary of Britannia

Britannia current cruise is 14 days, round-trip Spain, Monaco and Italy. Prices start from USD 1949 (double occupancy rates). The itinerary starts on 16 Sep, 2018 and ends on 30 Sep, 2018.

Date / TimePort
16 Sep      Departing from Southampton, England   
19 Sep     Cadiz, Spain   
21 Sep     Barcelona, Spain   
22 Sep     Monte Carlo, Monaco   
23 Sep     Livorno, Florence-Pisa, Italy   
24 Sep     Civitavecchia, Rome, Italy   
26 Sep     Cartagena, Spain   
27 Sep     Gibraltar, UK   
30 Sep      Arriving in Southampton, England   

Review of Britannia

Launched in 2015, MV Britannia cruise ship is the largest vessel in the P&O UK's fleet. From this Royal-class are also the Princess Cruises liners Royal Princess (2013), Regal Princess (2014), Majestic Princess (2017), Sky Princess (2019) and Enchanted Princess (2020). These are the ever biggest cruise vessels constructed by Fincantieri (Italy).

History - construction and ownership

P&O Cruises is a subsidiary company and two brands owned by Carnival Corporation - P&O UK and P&O Australia. In 2000, P&O Cruises became subsidiary of P&O Princess Cruises, which in 2003 merged with Carnival Corporation. PandO is the world's oldest cruise company, starting passenger shipping operations in 1822 on the routes connecting England with Iberia.

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The 141,000-ton, 3,647-passenger cruise ship Britannia is the biggest ever cruise ship built especially for the British market. The £500 million new-build is a result of four years of planning. P&O Britannia is 25,000 tons heavier than Azura and Ventura sister ships (previously the largest vessels in the P&O fleet). The Britannia ship alone boosts the capacity of the P and O line by almost a quarter – 24%. Britannia impresses with her Union Jack livery and offers British-style cruising with modern look and feel. Her homeport is Southampton.

Britannia has the most popular features of the P&O fleet, such as The Crow's Nest Bar, Atul Kochar's Sindhu restaurant, Olly Smith's The Glass House, as well as brand new amenities. P&O says that Britannia cruise ship engine power output (MAN diesel engines) is equivalent to 70 Challenger tanks’ power or 86 supercars Bugatti Veyron. Britannia cruise ship is also the greenest yet and designed to deliver greater levels of environmental and operational efficiency. The new form of the hull is expected to reduce fuel consumption by approx. 20 per cent. Along with the hull design, P and O changed the hull art as well – with the Union Jack flag 94 m / 308 ft long.

The Britannia ship is the eighth vessel to join P&O Cruises fleet and named, as chief executive David Dingle said, to resonate with the forward-looking mood in Bitain. Britannia is considered to be the most fitting name because of its famous long heritage, so suitable for the newest P&O addition – the favourite cruise line of Britain. When asked if he had to get Queen’s permission to use the name, Mr Dingle only said he came to understand it was fine that they were using it.

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Two ships connected to the company have been previously named Britannia. The first of them entered service for General Steam Navigation Company in 1835, and the second one, together with three other vessels, was ordered to mark the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria and P&O, entering service in 1887. This Golden Jubilee ship carried 160 second-class passengers and 250 first-class passengers, with cargo capacity of 4,000 tons. In 1888 on this Britannia sailed to Bombay young Winston Churchill, with his hussar regiment, and then fought on the North West Frontier.

Royal Yacht Britannia was the vessel decommissioned in 1997 by John Major government, but the name has been associated with P&O for a long time. In June 2013 a management shake-up at Carnival UK operations later saw the exit of Carol Marlow- the former managing director, and Peter Shanks – ex-boss of Cunard brand. Britannia is the first vessel for P&O Cruises since then. These departures were linked to boosting younger cruisers’ proportion at the UK arm of Carnival Cruises. Everyone who believes in the growth of cruise industry now expect the new P and O cruise ship Britannia to mark a new era of success.

Her Majesty The Queen is the vessel’s royal godmother. She named the new ship on March 10th, 2015, in Southampton. The ship was docked at the at Ocean Terminal. HM The Queen was accompanied by Prince Philip and The Duke of Edinburgh. After the royal words “May God bless her and all who sail in her”, The Queen pressed the button that released a Nebuchadnezzar wine (a giant bottle of sparkling wine, equivalent of 20 regular bottles) to be smashed against the hull. This most special event was also marked by live band music performances – Her Majesty’s Royal Marines band, and the Irish Guards’ Regimental Band. Also present at the naming ceremony were the Carnival Corporation’s front men mr Micky Arison (chairman) and mr Arnold Donald (CEO), and also mr David Dingle (chairman of Carnival UK).

Cruise itinerary program

Britannia itinerary program is based on cruises from Southampton and Bridgetown Barbados, including Caribbean Islands voyages from Barbados; roudtrip sailings from Southampton to the Atlantic Coast, Baltic, Mediterranean and Canary Islands; "mini cruises" to Guernsey (Channel Islands) and Transatlantic repositioning crossings.

The liner Britannia returned to Southampton on March 25, 2016 - over a year after the naming ceremony led by HM The Queen. The ship was homeported in Barbados throughout winter 2015-2016. From UK, it operated short-breaks to Northern Europe, and longer cruises to Mediterranean during summer. For Caribbean winter season 2016-2017, the ship was homeported in Saint Lucia (Castries).

Cabins

Most Britannia staterooms are 175-290-sq.foot Balcony rooms (1222). There are a total of 1837 staterooms in 35 categories. The largest aboard Britannia are the Owner's Suites (470 ft2).

Shipboard dining options - Food and Drinks

The rise on the world stage of British cooking is reflected in Britannia’s dining options. The Epicurean Restaurant specialises in fine dining and molecular gastronomy. It features both contemporary and traditional dishes. The Glass House is home to nearly 40 different wines from all around the world, including labels from Greece, Croatia and Japan. Wine expert Olly Smith pairs wine with food from the menu, featuring dishes like a Wagyu burger, sea bass ceviche with lime, lobster buns, Morecombe Bay and Devon crab sliders. The first British ship to offer cooking lessons at sea, The Cookery Club provides guests an opportunity to hone their cooking techniques under the watchful eye of food experts and chefs. Aboard the Britannia, passengers can cook alongside baking queen Mary Berry and TV chef James Martin. Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar teaches guests how to make dishes from Sindhu - his signature restaurant. Celebrity chef Marco Pierre White also runs a class, demonstrating his famous dishes whilst passengers cook alongside him.

While P and O Cruises has already linked up with celebrity chefs for Cookery Club school, Britannia will also act as backdrop to the first at sea celebrity-led TV cooking contest, Battlechefs, from April 4. On April 2, 2016 the ship will be the setting for another first as she will host live Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway from the top deck.

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Follows the complete list of Britannia restaurants and food bars.

  • The Limelight Club (supper club for specialty dining; offers live performances and the 3-course dinner menu)
  • Meridian Restaurant (aft Dining Room; for Breakfast 7:30-9:00 a.m., and Lunch 12:15-1:45 p.m./3-course menu; Afternoon Tea 4:00 - 4:45 p.m.; club dinner dining at 6:30 or 9.30 p.m.)
  • The Oriental Restaurant (aft MDR, with fixed seating dining at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m.)
  • The Peninsular Restaurant (forward MDR, with fixed seating dining at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m., open seating breakfast and lunch; also serving Afternoon Tea 4:00 - 4:45 p.m.)
  • Sindhu (Indian specialty restaurant)
  • The Glass House (steakhouse/seafood specialty restaurant and wine bar)
  • Java Cafe (buffet-style restaurant)
  • The Cookery Club (specialty restaurant and cooking club by James Martin)
  • Fine Dining Restaurant (Epicurean Restaurant - specialty, dinner-only, by the Michelin star Marco Pierre White)
  • Horizon Restaurant (Lido buffet; complimentary, self-service; with several food stations and floor-ceiling windows)
  • Beach House (casual dining venue, dinner-only)
  • Poolside drinks and fastfood bars – The Pizzeria, Lido Bar, Lido Grill, Riviera Bar, “Grab and Go”.

Shipboard entertainment options - Fun and Sport

MV Britannia ship design is a masterpiece created by Richmond International – London-based architects, who anticipate today’s Britain tastes. They are well known for creating “flowing” coherent interiors but with each area having an individual identity. While Britannia cruise ship may be a large vessel, every inch of the interior was carefully considered as to become breathtaking and striking. MV Britannia was designed to make guests feel special, and all of her was planned with flair and imagination. The Britannia ship offers the very best of Britain’s contemporary design, and unprecedented number of facilities for passengers. She provides the best classic features of Aurora and Oriana, and a wide choice of the contemporary variety of Azura and Ventura. 13 cafes and restaurants, 13 bars, 15 passenger decks, 4 swimming pools – what more of all these could a traveler wish for? Another good decision on practical level is the greater number of single cabins - more than on any other ship.

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Follows the complete list of Britannia lounges, clubs and other entertainment venues for kids, teens and adults.

  • Britannia Atrium (3-decks central open floor area and social hub); Atrium Shops (Regalia - clothes, souvenirs, gifts; The Wardrobe - brand fashion, watches, bags, hats); Chic - fashion boutique; Emporium - candy shop; Eternity - jewelry, Essence - perfumes)
  • Market Cafe; Blue Bar (piano bar); Sunset Bar
  • Brodie’s Pub; The Studio (multi purpose lounge); Marlow Suite (multifunction room, doubles as Card Room)
  • Headliners Theatre (836-seat, 2-decks, featuring grand scale productions, live performances, gameshows)
  • The Crystal Room (Lounge and Bar; daily dance classes, grand evening balls)
  • The Live Lounge (music-dedicated venue; disco at night)
  • The Crow’s Nest Lounge (dance floor, stage for live music; with floor-ceiling windows for panoramic views; hosts art classes, quiz games, cooking demos during the day)
  • Casino; Ivory Suite (vow renewal and wedding services)
  • Photo Gallery and Shop; Art Gallery; The Library (with Internet computers)
  • Terrace Pool (adults only area, served by Terrace Bar); Riviera Pool area; Aqua Pool and Bar; Coral Pool and Bar
  • The Retreat and Serenity (adults only areas)
  • Oasis Spa complex (Treatment Rooms, Steam Rooms, Thermal Suite, Thalassotherapy pool, Beauty Salon)
  • Gymnasium (complimentary equipment, Fitness classes; Yoga and Pilates at surcharge)
  • Children’s Facilities (Kids Play Area, The Reef Kids Programming Rooms, Nursery)
  • Promenade (Walking Lane and Jogging Track); Sports Court (basketball, volleyball, football, cricket, tennis); Table Tennis; Golf Nets.

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  • Cabin grades number: 35
  • Total number of cabins: 1837 (of which 64 Suite, 1313 Balcony, 460 Inside rooms, 27 with single occupancy rates)
  • Dining Rooms: Meridian Restaurant, Peninsular Restaurant, Oriental Restaurant
  • Restaurants and food bars: buffets (Java Cafe, Horizon), Ocean Grill (specialty, by M. Pierre White), Cookery Club (specialty, by James Martin), Sindhu (Asian, by A. Kochhar), Glass House (specialty & wine bar, by Olly Smith), Limelight Club (specialty), Beach House (dinner-only).
  • Lounges & Bars: Headliners (theater), Studio (cinema & meeting room), Crystal Room, Live Lounge (& disco nightclub), Crow’s Nest (observation), Blue Bar (piano), Market Cafe (patisserie by Eric Lanlard), Marlow Suite (chapel), Library, Casino, Brodie’s Pub (sports), Sunset Bar, Sports Deck Bar.
  • Amenities: Complimentary 24-hour Room-Service, Internet/WiFi access, supervised kids programme, laundry/self-serve laundromats, nursery.
  • Entertainment - adults-only relaxation areas ("Retreat" /VIP Spa terrace with private cabanas, and "Serenity"), Britannia Oasis Spa & Fitness (with "Oasis Villa" /private area), Promenade (deck 18), 4 swimming pools with poolside bars (Terrace /adults-only, 2x Riviera, Serenity, teen's), 9 jacuzzis, duty-free shops, combined sports court, four Golf Net cages, deck games, teens/kids venues (Teen Sun Deck, The Reef /with nursery).
  • mv Britannia cruise ship is the line's largest vessel ever built. She is also the biggest UK cruise ship - operating exclusively on, and designed specifically for the UK cruising market, Her also pretty big fleetmates are the P and O ships Azura and Ventura.
  • The ship's interior was designed by "Richmond International" - an UK hotel design company. On board there is an art works collection worth millions of pounds.
  • On February 22, 2015, the vessel was delivered at Monfalcone shipyard. The ceremony was attended by Enrico Morando (Italy's Deputy Minister of Economy and Finance), Micky Arison (Carnival Corporation's Chairman), David Dingle (Carnival UK's Executive Chairman), David Noyes (P&O UK's CEO), Vincenzo Petrone (Fincantieri's Chairman) and Giuseppe Bono (Fincantieri's CEO).
  • First Mediterranean cruise (2015, March 14) 14-days from Southampton to Gibraltar, Barcelona, Monaco, Rome (Civitavecchia), Corsica, Cartagena, Cadiz.
  • "First Transatlantic cruise (2015, October 23) 14-days from Southampton to Bridgetown, Barbados, visiting Madeira (Funchal), St Maarten, St Lucia, Dominica, Grenada.
  • First Caribbean cruise (2015, November 6) 14-days roundtrip from Bridgetown Barbados to Aruba, Grand Cayman, Jamaica (Ocho Rios), BVI (Tortola), St Maarten, Antigua, Dominica, Grenada.
  • MV Britannia ship during winter offers Caribbean cruises from Barbados. The ship will be home-ported also in Port Castries St Lucia during winter 2016-2017 season. Britannia also offers fly-cruise deals from UK (Southampton, England). P&O UK's "flight and cruise" deals to Caribbean are additionally inclusive of discounted airfare to and from Barbados or St Lucia.

Fun ship facts

During its first year of service (March 10 2015 - March 25 2016), the Britannia cruise ship:

  • sailed more than 90000 nautical miles (103570 ml / 166680 km)
  • hosted 730 theater shows
  • served 94457 meals
  • operated 43 itineraries (visiting 31 different countries and calling on 61 seports).
  • During that time, the ship carried over 116900 cruise passengers, who consumed around 375000 cocktail drinks, 2,8 million cups of tea, over 292000 scones.
  • The vessel was laid down in 2011, and its name was announced in 2013. P&O Britannia features a 308 ft / 94 m long Union Jack flag on hull's bow - world's biggest of its kind.
  • The vessel is the first Monfalcone-made cruise ship with 2 funnels. The last ocean liner with 2 funnels (SS Eugenio C) was delivered by Monfalcone shipyard in 1966.
  • For the naming ceremony was used a nebuchadnezzar British Brut NV (from Wiston Estate Winery, England's Sussex region). For the cruise ship christening event were deliverd thousands of bottles Rose Vintage 2011 and Brut NV.
  • The Britannia ship's godmother is Her Majesty The Queen of UK. On the naming ceremony, she was accompanied by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Philip. The event took place in Southampton on March 10, 2015. The list of other P and O cruise ships named by British Royals includes Oriana (April 6, 1995, by HM The Queen), Aurora (April 27, 2000, by HRH The Princess Royal) and the ships Oceana and Adonia (both named on May 21, 2003, by HRH The Princess Royal and her daughter Zara Phillips).
  • The cruise ship's namesakes are the ferriesSpirit of Britain (P&O FERRIES) and Stena Britannica (STENA LINE).

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Britannia Itineraries

The below listed Britannia cruise prices on itineraries are only indicative and Per Person (in US dollars, based on double occupancy). These are the cheapest P&O Cruises fares on the ship’s lowest category cabins available for booking. Cruise fares typically change with departure dates approaching, last minute deals, discounts, promotions, independent travel agency offers.

DateCruise NameDeparture PortPrice from
2018 Jul 15 7 days, round-trip France, Spain and Guernsey Southampton
2018 Aug 12 7 days, round-trip Norwegian Fjords Southampton
2018 Aug 19 14 days, round-trip Spain, Monaco and Italy Southampton
2018 Sep 02 7 days, round-trip Norwegian Fjords Southampton$849
2018 Sep 09 7 days, round-trip Spain and Guernsey Southampton$829
2018 Sep 16 14 days, round-trip Spain, Monaco and Italy Southampton$1949
2018 Sep 30 12 days, round-trip Spain, Canary Islands and Portugal Southampton$1199
2018 Oct 12 14 days, round-trip Spain, France and Italy Southampton$1099
2018 Oct 26 22 days, one-way from Southampton to Castries Southampton$1887
2018 Oct 26 14 days, one-way from Southampton to Bridgetown Southampton$999
2018 Oct 26 14 days, one-way from Southampton to Bridgetown Southampton$999
2018 Nov 09 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1099
2018 Nov 10 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1199
2018 Nov 10 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$2359
2018 Nov 17 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$1719
2018 Nov 17 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1069
2018 Nov 23 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1199
2018 Nov 24 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1299
2018 Nov 24 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$1339
2018 Dec 01 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$1649
2018 Dec 01 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1069
2018 Dec 07 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1199
2018 Dec 08 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1199
2018 Dec 08 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$1049
2018 Dec 15 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$2059
2018 Dec 15 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1079
2018 Dec 21 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$2199
2018 Dec 22 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$2149
2018 Dec 29 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$1959
2019 Jan 04 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1349
2019 Jan 05 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1299
2019 Jan 05 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$1129
2019 Jan 12 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$1859
2019 Jan 12 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1179
2019 Jan 18 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1249
2019 Jan 19 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1399
2019 Jan 19 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$1219
2019 Jan 26 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$1909
2019 Jan 26 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1219
2019 Feb 01 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1299
2019 Feb 02 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1399
2019 Feb 02 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$1259
2019 Feb 09 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$1959
2019 Feb 09 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1319
2019 Feb 15 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1399
2019 Feb 16 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1362
2019 Feb 16 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$1309
2019 Feb 23 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$2009
2019 Feb 23 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1299
2019 Mar 01 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1399
2019 Mar 02 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1449
2019 Mar 02 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$1259
2019 Mar 09 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1259
2019 Mar 15 14 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Southampton Bridgetown$1139
2019 Mar 16 13 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Southampton Bridgetown$999
2019 Mar 29 7 days, round-trip The Netherlands, Belgium and Guernsey Southampton$449
2019 Apr 05 2 days, round-trip Belgium Southampton$279
2019 Apr 07 13 days, round-trip Canary Islands and Portugal Southampton$1199
2019 Apr 20 7 days, round-trip France, Spain and Guernsey Southampton$599
2019 Apr 27 7 days, round-trip Norwegian Fjords Southampton$699
2019 May 04 14 days, round-trip Spain and Italy Southampton$1312
2019 May 18 7 days, round-trip Norwegian Fjords Southampton$799
2019 May 25 7 days, round-trip France, Spain and Guernsey Southampton$799
2019 Jun 01 7 days, round-trip Guernsey, Belgium and The Netherlands Southampton$479
2019 Jun 08 7 days, round-trip Norwegian Fjords Southampton$729
2019 Jun 15 14 days, round-trip Spain, Monaco and Italy Southampton$1534
2019 Jun 29 7 days, round-trip Norwegian Fjords Southampton$749
2019 Jul 06 14 days, round-trip Scandinavia and Russia Southampton$1261
2019 Jul 20 7 days, round-trip Norwegian Fjords Southampton$807
2019 Jul 27 14 days, round-trip Spain and Italy Southampton$1463
2019 Aug 10 7 days, round-trip Norwegian Fjords Southampton$849
2019 Aug 17 14 days, round-trip Spain, Monaco and Italy Southampton$1319
2019 Aug 31 7 days, round-trip Norwegian Fjords Southampton$749
2019 Sep 07 14 days, round-trip Spain and Italy Southampton$1499
2019 Sep 21 2 days, round-trip Belgium Southampton$259
2019 Sep 23 14 days, round-trip Canary Islands, Spain and Portugal Southampton$1259
2019 Oct 23 2 days, round-trip Belgium Southampton$229
2019 Oct 25 22 days, one-way from Southampton to Castries Southampton$1716
2019 Oct 25 14 days, one-way from Southampton to Bridgetown Southampton$1249
2019 Oct 25 14 days, one-way from Southampton to Bridgetown Southampton$1199
2019 Nov 08 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1479
2019 Nov 09 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1449
2019 Nov 09 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$1171
2019 Nov 16 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$1489
2019 Nov 16 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1364
2019 Nov 22 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1479
2019 Nov 23 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1449
2019 Nov 23 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$1143
2019 Nov 30 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$1399
2019 Nov 30 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1599
2019 Dec 06 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1399
2019 Dec 07 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1399
2019 Dec 07 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$999
2019 Dec 14 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$1849
2019 Dec 14 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1331
2019 Dec 20 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1899
2019 Dec 21 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1879
2019 Dec 28 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$1769
2020 Jan 03 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1449
2020 Jan 04 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1449
2020 Jan 04 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$989
2020 Jan 11 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$1649
2020 Jan 11 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1140
2020 Jan 17 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1599
2020 Jan 18 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1579
2020 Jan 18 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$1049
2020 Jan 25 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$1649
2020 Jan 25 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1049
2020 Jan 31 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1579
2020 Feb 01 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1579
2020 Feb 01 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$1099
2020 Feb 08 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$1719
2020 Feb 08 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1099
2020 Feb 14 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1629
2020 Feb 15 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1629
2020 Feb 15 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$1519
2020 Feb 22 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$1769
2020 Feb 22 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1149
2020 Feb 28 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1629
2020 Feb 29 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1629
2020 Feb 29 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$1099
2020 Mar 07 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Castries$1649
2020 Mar 07 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1149
2020 Mar 13 14 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1629
2020 Mar 14 13 days, round-trip Caribbean Bridgetown$1629
2020 Mar 14 7 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Castries Bridgetown$1099
2020 Mar 21 20 days, one-way from Castries to Southampton Castries$1599
2020 Mar 21 6 days, one-way from Castries to Bridgetown Castries$1154
2020 Mar 27 14 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Southampton Bridgetown$989
2020 Mar 28 13 days, one-way from Bridgetown to Southampton Bridgetown$949