Musical theatre favourite Krisin Chenoweth performed at Sydney Opera House earlier this week. Adam Armstrong, commerce director of Royal Caribbean Australia met the performer backstage.
Adam and a group from Royal Caribbean enjoyed Emmy and Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth’s performance. They went on to meet the musical theatre singer backstage, where she posed for a picture with Adam (see, right).
Chenoweth is Godmother the upcoming Quantum of the Seas ship, which is currently being built at the Meyer Werft Shipyard in Germany. Chenoweth already has played a more “hands on” role than most ship Godmothers. Typically, Godmothers usually just christen the ship’s hull with champagne at the naming ceremony (just like Kate Middleton did earlier this month) and attend a party onboard the ship. However, Kristin co-hosted Quantum of the Seas’ worldwide launch event in New York earlier this year, where details of the new ship was announced, plus she even starred in the mini film teasing the new ship’s launch.
Speaking about her Sydney Opera House performance and being Godmother to the industry’s most innovative ship, Chenoweth said:
”It was a dream come true to perform the special material that I created just for my Australian tour last night at Sydney’s Opera House and it was a thrill to have special guests of Royal Caribbean in the audience.
I am so excited to be godmother of Quantum of the Seas and hope to see lots of my Aussie fans on board when she launches in the US next year!”
Click here to watch the funny mini video of Kristin Chenoweth talking about being godmother to Quantum of the Seas!
About Quantum of the Seas:
Holidayers, prepare to be WOWED! Quantum of the Seas will feature a range of industry-leading activities and breathtaking spaces onboard.
A truly innovative offering, Quantum will offer plenty of industry firsts at sea – in true Royal Caribbean style! From the RipCord by iFly sky diving simulator to the North Star: a pod that will lift you 300ft above sea level, offering stunning panoramic views of the sea or port.
Royal Caribbean say Quantum will offer “next generation accommodation.” Holidaymakers will enjoy staterooms that are 9% bigger than then the Oasis Class rooms, on average. The 2,090 staterooms will be made up of 1,570 balcony rooms, 147 ocean-view rooms and 373 inside ooms. There will be 28 rooms for solo travellers and 34 that are wheelchair accessible. All inside staterooms will receive virtual balconies, floor-to-ceiling TV screens that show live views from a webcam on the outside of the ship.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg – there will be plenty of other wonderful features for holidaymakers to enjoy too!
Facts about the ship from Royal Caribbean:
- Gross Tonnage: 167,800 GRT
- Length: 1,141 feet (348 meters)
- Width: 136 feet (41 meters)
- Draft: 28 feet (8.5 meters)
- Speed: 22 knots (cruising)
- No of Decks: 16 passenger decks
- No of Elevators: 16 passenger elevators
- Guest Capacity: 4,152 guests (double occupancy)
- Guest Capacity: 4,905 guests (total)