A First Glimpse Of BRITANNIA’S Interiors

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A First Glimpse Of BRITANNIA’S Interiors story filed by Peter Newall
February 12, 2014: At a very unusual sensory event held this evening at Forman’s restaurant in the East End of London, P&O Cruises launched the first flavour of its new ship which will enter service in March 2015.  Here are the first renderings of her interiors.
Atrium Three-deck-high atrium with “starburst” chandelier

Atrium
Three-deck-high atrium with “starburst” chandelier

Horizon Restaurant Deck 16 Self-service buffet restaurant

Horizon Restaurant Deck 16
Self-service buffet restaurant

Java Deck 7 Coffee shop

Java Deck 7
Coffee shop

Market Café Deck 5 Atrium café/deli

Market Café Deck 5
Atrium café/deli

Meridian Restaurant

Meridian Restaurant

Oriental Restaurant

Oriental Restaurant

Oasis Spa Deck 5

Oasis Spa Deck 5

Blue Bar Deck 5

Blue Bar Deck 5

Britannia_The Live Lounge

Crow’s Nest Deck 16 Panoramic observation bar

Crow’s Nest Deck 16
Panoramic observation bar

Cookery Club Deck 17 12 cook stations for cooking classes

Cookery Club Deck 17
12 cook stations for cooking classes

Crystal Room Deck 7 Show lounge

Crystal Room Deck 7
Show lounge

Glass House Deck 7 Atrium Alternative restaurant

Glass House Deck 7 Atrium
Alternative restaurant

Limelight Club Deck 5 Supper club

Limelight Club Deck 5
Supper club

Live Lounge Deck 7 Live entertainment lounge

Live Lounge Deck 7
Live entertainment lounge

Revised rendering,  January 2014

BRITANNIA – Revised rendering, January 2014

 

Special thanks to Lisa Royall 

Martin Cox

Martin Cox

MARTIN COX - Founder and publisher of MaritimeMatters, inspired by maritime culture and technology growing up in the port of Southampton. He works as a photographer in Los Angeles, and his photography has been exhibited in LA, San Francisco, New York and London.The LA Maritime Museum has commissioned works and collected his photographs. Martin is the co-writer of the book “Hollywood to Honolulu; the story of the Los Angeles Steamship Company” published by the Steam Ship Historical Society of America. A catalog from his series STRANDED (twilight of the ocean liner) was also published last year.
Martin Cox
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