P&O Cruises | MV Aurora Ship Tour

With an overall length of 270 meters, MV Aurora is the sixth largest cruise vessel within the British P&O Cruises fleet. She entered service in 2000 and was the first ship to receive the updated company livery with the waving Union flag design on her bow in 2014 while receiving a major refurbishment. I recently had the opportunity to visit the ship in Hamburg and fell in love right from the moment I laid foot on her teak decks. Continue reading

BMI Regional ERJ145 Economy Class | Southampton – Munich

Like mentioned in a blog post from early 2016, Lufthansa had introduced services from Southampton to its hub Munich in March 2016 operated by its codeshare partner BMI Regional. Having just recently completed a channel crossing from Hamburg with the mighty Queen Mary 2, it was just the perfect occasion to try this air link by myself, turning out to be a comfortable and time-saving alternative to the permanently overcrowded London Heathrow airport. Continue reading

Britannia | P&O´s masterpiece

This ship will not only stir up the British cruise market, but is a great contribution for whole Europe! It must be so good, that even her Majesty, the Queen of England, could not resist to lay hands on her christening yesterday…

But before you head on to explore her in detail on P&O´s homepage, let me just summarize a few WOW´s, that make this ship a most spectacular one!

£473 million, 141 000 gross tonnage, 330 m long, 15 decks, 4.324 passengers, 27 single cabins (partly with balcony), £1 million on-board art collection, 13 bars and restaurants…

Got excited? Well, check the link for all about a truly royal naming ceremony and a ship, that promises to be a sparkling diamond to the European cruise market.

Britannia Cruise Ship | Britannia Cruises | P&O Cruises.