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ROYAL CARIBBEAN SUPPORTS AUSTRALIA'S GOT TALENT SHOW, TO SHOWCASE AUSTRALIA'S UNIQUE TALENT.

Royal Caribbean Supports Australia's Got Talent Show, To Showcase Australia's Unque Talent.

Nine Network and RCI announce Australia’s Got Talent partnership.

Royal Caribbean International has announced a new partnership with one of Australia’s most popular TV programs, Australia’s Got Talent. The program returns to Channel Nine this year and celebrates the unique and brilliant talents of Australians from all walks of life, premiering on Monday 1 February 2016.  

“Royal Caribbean is incredibly proud of its world-class onboard entertainment so we’re thrilled to partner with one of Australia’s favourite television programs and showcase the very best of Aussie talent,” said Adam Armstrong, commercial director, Royal Caribbean International.

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Royal Caribbean International is the major sponsor of Australia’s Got Talent’s “Wildcard” entries. Contestants who are not taken through to the semi-final by the celebrity judges can be voted back into the finals by viewers as Wildcards. 

The winning Wildcard entrant will receive a cruise on Explorer of the Seas – Australia’s biggest, newest and most technologically advanced megaliner – plus Royal Caribbean will also offer one lucky Wildcard voter playing from home the chance to win a cruise for two on the same voyage: an 11-night cruise to New Zealand in April 2016, sailing roundtrip from Sydney and including return economy airfares. 

“We can’t wait to support Australia’s best talent. Explorer of the Seas is Australia’s newest and biggest cruise ship, packed with entertainment for all the family, so it’s a fitting prize for such an incredible competition,” he continued.

“Royal Caribbean is known the world over for its fantastic entertainment: from Broadway style shows and ice-skating spectaculars to incredible aerial displays, we set the cruise industry standard for entertainment. And if you keep a close ear out, you’re likely to hear many an Australian accent amongst our talented team of singers, dancers and musicians.  What’s more, all of this entertainment is included in your cruise fare, for no extra charge,” Adam concluded.

At 138,194 tons, 311 metres long and 38 metres wide, Explorer of the Seas is the largest and most feature packed cruise ship sailing down under. Thanks to her multi-million make over in April last year, Explorer of the Seas is virtually a brand new ship and offers the same signature features found onboard twin sister Voyager of the Seas.  Guests can now test their surfing skills on the new FlowRider surf simulator; watch a film come to life in the 3-D Movie theatre or on the poolside movie screen; and experience three new delectable dining options including fresh sushi at Izumi Japanese Cuisine, Royal Caribbean’s signature Chops Grille steakhouse and family-style Italian trattoria Giovanni’s Table. 

Explorer of the Seas also offers popular guest favourite amenities such as the iconic and only-on-Royal Caribbean ice-skating rink, Broadway style shows in a 1,350-seat theatre, outdoor rock climbing wall, a full sized basketball and sports court, world class dining and the Royal Promenade – an interior boulevard that runs nearly the length of the ship flanked by restaurants, bars, lounges and boutiques, and the place where evening dance parties are held.

Information supplied by: Royal Caribbean International.

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