The Stena Britannica is 1 of the 2 largest superferries in the world and sister ship to the Stena Hollandica. Launched in 2010, the Stena Britannica's modern onboard facilities include 2 restaurants, 3 bars, a coffee bar, an onboard shop, an internet room and even a cinema.
There's a range of high quality cabins onboard the Stena Britannica, all with en-suite facilities, towels and shower gel. Each cabin also features high quality mattresses so you'll enjoy a great night's sleep. For reserved seating, upgrade to the Stena Plus Lounge where you'll find a wide choice of seats for you to relax in as well as complimentary hot and cold beverages, a choice of newspapers.
Choose from a variety of places to eat and drink onboard during your crossing and menus to suit all at the Taste restaurant or Metropolitan á la carte restaurant. There's a range of bars too including Riva bar, Taste wine bar, Sundeck bar (weather dependant)and the Barista coffee bar.
There's plenty of bargains to be had in the Stena shop with a range of gifts, jewellery and fragrances - all cheaper than the high street on offer.
The Stena Britannica also includes a Bureau de Change, the C-View lounge, a Gaming area, free WiFi throughout the ship, a cinema, a news room/magazine lounge and an internet room.
The Stena Britannica onboard ferry entertainment aims to keep kids and teenagers entertained with fun activities, while at the same time letting adults relax on their ferry journey. There's a children's area with toys and games and a teenager area with video games.
The Stena Britannica is wheelchair friendly and features specially adapted cabins and lifts to all decks.
Please Note: Whilst we have taken great care in making our Stena Britannica guide as accurate as possible, onboard facilities, services and entertainment may vary depending on the date and time of year that you travel, facilities mentioned may change without notification and ferry companies reserve the right to operate vessels other than those mentioned at time of booking without prior notification.
98% of our customers recommended this ship
"Good journey "
Thanks Stena Britannica! Our journey was great. Sailing on time and everything else was super!!!! Will use you again 100% !!!!!! All the best!
Reviewed by Remigiusz who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
"Smooth booking "
, we sailed on the Stena Line and booked a cabin on the way home all went smoothly. The only thing I would like to comment on is the amount of time it took 2 get a meal. We started queuing at 5:15 and finally got our meal at 6:20 which wasn't long before the boat docked.
Reviewed by Andrew who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
"recent trip to germany"
had a great trip on both brittanica ferries easy to board ,well organised and great quality cabins. breakfast was great with lots of choice but the evening meal we had from the buffet on the way home wasn't great and very expensive at over 30 euros. all in all a good experience but I think the hull to Rotterdam/Zeebrugge ferries are still better. main reason I chose stena was the price.
Reviewed by karl who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
"Easy on, not so easy off"
It is year's since I used the Harwich to Hook of Holland ferry and really enjoyed my recent experience there and back on the Stena Britannica. We had a night crossing on the way over and a day time crossing on the way back and on both legs we booked a cabin, which I'd highly recommend. Not that the public areas aren't comfortable and keen but if you've a long drive at either end of your journey they're so comfy you can get a good rest. My one serious complaint is that on the return daytime journey we had a long wait to get a) to the car decks b) to leave the boat. I'd have liked more information about why that was.
Reviewed by Maya who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
Lovely ferry crossing and fantastic stena staff on board the ship so helpful and accomindaþing. As a disabled passenger they helped and also I could get everywhere around the ferŕry. A gem from Harwich to hook van holland
Reviewed by Grant who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
"A mixed experience"
The good news is that the crossing was smooth and uneventful. We arrived on time. The bad news is that we were refused service in the restaurant because we did not want to order a main course. It was, of course, already nearly midnight, and one might think that the restaurant would be used to serving something light and easily digestible at this time, but we were expected to want to eat a full dinner. I can't see the point of offering this, and since the restaurant was half empty, presumably others felt the same.
Reviewed by David who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
Your ship and service for our recent trip to the Hook of Holland was second to non. The booking process was simple, the arrival check in was quick and efficient and the crossing timings were as advised. Will continue to use Stena Line.
Reviewed by Anthony Burton who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
Ferries were excellent both ways. Cabins were comfortable and quiet and both crossings were punctual.
Reviewed by Alain who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
"A good trip!"
Everything really easy and smooth - easy check in, clean cabins, helpful staff. No problems at all!
Reviewed by Andrew who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
"Outbound harwich to holland in july"
Standard cabin very comfortable with good facilities clean and modern fit out. Catering plentiful and quality of food was good.
Reviewed by Richard who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
"My trip to the Amsterdam "
All great 👍
Reviewed by Patryk who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
"Holiday to Holland and Germany"
Both of our trips, Harwich to Hook van Holland and return were excellent. All the ships staff were very polite and helpful and most of the time we did not believe we were on a boat as we could feel no movement. We had an outside cabin on both trips and it made a real difference and we will do this again when we travel by boat.
Reviewed by Ken who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
"Thoroughly pleasant trip"
OK, it's a long trip, but once you accept that and relax, it's actually very relaxing. The alternative for me was a long drive from Calais, and back on return, so this was much more preferable. Just remember to take any books / magazines with you, as you can't return to your vehicle during the voyage. The staff were friendly and helpful, and facilities were just enough.
Reviewed by Karl who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
It was a very nice trip
Reviewed by Edgar who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
"Pleasantly Suprised "
We booked a cabin on the way there. It was clean (sofa a little stained) and comfortable. The food was not great quality. I bought a WiFi package which said it could be transferred to other devices. It couldn't and the staff did not know how to fix it as it was a new system. All the staff were nice & friendly though. On the way back you could transfer WiFi between devices. Overall a good experience on the ship. It would have been excellent if the food and WiFi was better. On the way back we did
Reviewed by Sarah who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
"We enjoyed it. "
We booked the Stena plus lounge and, although the ferry was quite crowded, found we had a nice quiet place to sit. A bit more variety in the snacks would be welcome. The range of drinks on offer was very nice. The provision of power points was a good idea. Overall a very pleasant trip.
Reviewed by Peter who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
Stena were superb. On and off the ferry with minimum fuss and all on time. Cabins were clean and comfortable and staff very friendly. Will definitely use them again.
Reviewed by Simon who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
"Quick trip to Holland"
Both Stena boats were excellent ..as expected. We travelled out of school holidays and boats were not full. Toilets/catering/seating choices all great. Only gripe is length of time it took for unloading cars at Harwich last night..we were on deck 4..Also there were diversions along the Harwich/Colchester road so cars were directed towards Manningtree. I am grateful we are local and know the roads but for visitors hoping to get to A12/A14 Colchester/London/ Cambridge, it must have been a nightmare. I wonder if, in future, Stena could somehow be in contact with Highways Dept and tell passengers about road closures/alternative routes..difficult but would be appreciated,I'm sure, to UK visitors,especially those with children. hoping to get to overnight accomodation.
Reviewed by Graham who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
Facilities were better than I expected, and I had to change plans last minute due to a breakdown, staff went out of their way to help me.
Reviewed by Sara who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica
"Does what is says on the tin"
Staff welcoming and friendly, on hand when we needed directions. Cabin was very clean . Loading and unloading with the car was efficient and ferry ran to time. Professional job and nice with it.
Reviewed by Mark who travelled with Stena Line on Stena Britannica