The BBC Tells us:
One of the world’s largest cruise ships has been officially named by a member of the public who won a national competition for the honour.
Elizabeth Hill, from Baslow in Derbyshire, won the chance to name and christen the 160,000-tonne Independence of the Seas.
Built in Finland, the £400m vessel will sail to and from Southampton.
Five times Olympic gold medallist Sir Steven Redgrave attended the naming ceremony. Continue Reading…