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Royal Caribbean reveals potential godmothers

Date Posted: 15 Apr 2008
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Royal Caribbean Cruises has released a list of potential godmothers for its newest cruise ship.

According to Travel Weekly, Royal Caribbean Cruises now has a short list of candidates for the role of godmother to Independence of the Seas.

The list is comprised of Barbara Natasegara from Cardiff, Elizabeth Hill from Chesterfield in Derbyshire, Madeleine Henry from Southampton and Sue Stones from Bakewell in Derbyshire.

Families of the women put their names forward as part of the cruise line's Search for a Godmother campaign, placing emphasis on their work with children.

Last month, Royal Caribbean Cruises announced that it was hunting for a British godmother for Independence of the Seas, ahead of her launch in Southampton this month.

The women now travel to Turku in Finland for a sneak preview of the ship before returning to the UK for interviews in front of a judging panel featuring Sir Steve Redgrave.
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