Royal Caribbean Australia’s commerce director meets Quantum of the Seas godmother Kristin Chenoweth.

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Adam Armstrong, the Commerce Director of Royal Caribbean Australia met Emmy and Tony Award winner Kristen Chenoweth after she preformed at the Sydney Opera House late last month.

Adam and a group from Royal Caribbean International enjoyed Chenoweth’s performance, before they met the musical theatre singer backstage. Adam and Kristin both posed together for a picture (see, right.)

Quantum of the Seas‘ Godmother:

Kristin Chenoweth is official Godmother to Quantum of the Seas, the next ship that will join the Royal Caribbean fleet.

Typically, Godmothers only attend the naming ceremony and christen the ship (as you’ll recall The Duchess of Cambridge did with Royal Princess last month.) But Chenoweth has already exceeded her expected Godmother duties, and she’s played a very “hands on” role!  Earlier this year she kindly agreed to co-host the ship’s worldwide launch event in New York (where details about Quantum were released to the world) and she’s even starred in a mini film that teases the new ship’s launch. Click here to watch the funny short video.

Speaking about her Sydney Opera House performance, and about being Godmother to Quantum of the Seas, 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!”

About Quantum of The Seas:

This 167,800 gross tonne ship is currently being built at the Meyer Werft Shipyard, Germany.  She  is due to be delivered in 2014.

Royal Caribbean want to WOW passengers with Quantum, promising a range of industry-leading activities and breathtaking spaces onboard the 16-passenger deck ship.

Quantum will offer holidaymakers the chance to experience some exclusive “firsts at sea”, such as the RipCord by iFly skydiving simulator and the “North Star”, a glass pod that transports guests 300ft above sea level, out over the ship and will offer amazing panoramic views – a fantastic way to enjoy breathtaking scenery!  There’ll also be dodgems/bumper cars and a flying circus trapeze for fun-seekers to try!

Grown ups can relax and enjoy the Adults-only Solarium, while music lovers can enjoy the all-new Music Hall – a place for intimate and exclusive access to live performances, DJs, theme night parties and more.

Quantum will also offer what Royal Caribbean are touting as “next generation accommodation.” A range of staterooms that are (on average) 9% bigger than then the Oasis Class rooms, with new technological improvements (such as USB plugs for charging gadgets). All inside staterooms will receive virtual balconies too, these are fun floor-to-ceiling TV screens that show live views from a webcam on the outside of the ship.

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Alyssa lives in Sydney, NSW. Born on the 14th October and is a Social and Human Service Assistant at Cruise 1st Australia. She is in her early 40’s and loves tranquility on luxury cruises.

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