Royal Caribbean‘s Quantum of the Seas will continue to sail from Singapore through October 2021. The 11-month Singapore season that resumed in December last year when the cruise line introduced Ocean Gateways from Singapore. It has attained Singapore Government’s CruiseSafe Certification for meeting the comprehensive health and safety requirements. The same set of comprehensive health and safety measures will continue to be practised. This includes Covid-19 testing, reduced sailing capacity, physical distancing measures, enhanced cleaning and sanitisation processes, and industry-leading contact tracing.
Royal Caribbean first extended the season for three months through June 2021. Now it has extended for another four months. More than 50,000 guests have sailed with Quantum of the Seas. There are zero positive COVID-19 cases from the sailings to date.
Choose from a 2-, 3- or 4-night Ocean Getaway. New sailings will be available for booking to Singapore residents from 13 April 2021.
As the broader travel and tourism industry reopens around the world, holidaymakers who are looking for an adventure can be confident in cruise ship safety. Since July 2020, Royal Caribbean Group has carried more than 100,000 guests on 152 cruises in Asia and Europe. This extension follows months of successful cruises in Singapore, with more than 50,000 guests who have sailed aboard Quantum to date, as well as the recently announced plans for the highly anticipated Odyssey of the Seas to cruise from Haifa, Israel, Jewel of the Seas sailing from Cyprus, Anthem of the Seas sailing from the UK and cruises from The Bahamas with Adventure of the Seas and Bermuda with Vision of the Seas.