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Be part of history

Whether you're a first-time crusier or a veteran of the high-seas, your time on P&O Cruises' Britannia, which launches in March 2015, is sure to unforgettable. Family escapism is high on the agenda, as butler service in suites and stewards in standard cabins means parents can forget about making beds. Age-specific kids' clubs (think cookery classes, treasure hunts, discos, pirate parties) give parents time to enjoy the spa and pool, while exciting shore excursions are tailored to families.

See the world in style

The impressive ship is home to nine outstanding venues, including the Oasis Spa and Cookery Club, where you'll create your very own culinary dish and learn from some of Britain's top chefs. The accommodation boasts elegant and refined cabins and suites, including 27 single cabins. The Britannia also houses a cruise deck designed especially for its teenage guests, as well as a splash deck for the younger guests who don't want to miss out on the fun. Along the way you'll stop off at Norway's Fjords, the Canary Islands and a host of other thrilling destinations.

Price: P&O Cruises offers seven nights on the Britannia from £1,099 per adult and £908 per child (2-16 years) including meals, children's clubs and entertainment.

Find out more: pocruises.com

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