Royal Caribbean International has announced an extension of the Singapore season on Quantum of the Seas.
The decision follows the ship’s successful deployment in Singapore, where Singaporeans have been “sailing to nowhere” since December. With this extension, Royal Caribbean will keep the ship in Singapore for three more months, from March 22, 2021 to June 21, 2021.
Quantum of the Seas (Photo courtesy of Royal Caribbean)
The Quantum of the Seas was the very first ship in the Quantum class and is called the “Smart Ship” because of the latest technology used in almost every aspect of the onboard experience, from entertainment to dining to events and much more.
Additional cruises to Singapore – two, three and four nights – can now be booked. Short Sea Getaways will continue to operate with the same comprehensive health and safety measures, including mandatory COVID-19 testing, limited capacity and physical remoteness.
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“We are excited to announce the expansion of the sailing season and look forward to guests experiencing first-hand our flagship cruises that have already attracted many repeat visits from local cruise lines,” said Angie Stephen, Royal Caribbean International’s Managing Director for Asia-Pacific.
“Our close collaboration with the Singapore government has been critical to the success of these trial cruises, and we will continue to work to ensure the health and safety of our guests and crew during these additional voyages.”
The Quantum of the Seas features iFly’s RipCord, a skydiving simulator, the North Star Observation Pod, which lifts cruisers far above the ship, the SeaPlex indoor sports complex with bumpers, roller skates and more, and the Bionic Bar with robotic bartenders.
SeaPlex on the Quantum of the Seas (Photo avec l’aimable autorisation de Royal Caribbean).
Customers booking voyages on Quantum before April 30, 2021, can take advantage of the flexibility of Royal Caribbean’s Cruise with Confidence program, which allows reservations to be changed and canceled up to 48 hours before the cruise begins.
In addition, COVID-19 protection includes a 100% credit for future cruises if a guest or a member of his or her travel party tests positive for the virus within three weeks prior to the cruise. And if they test positive during the cruise, that guest and his or her entire group will be fully reimbursed.
In the United States, Royal Caribbean plans to resume cruises in May 2021.
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