Royal Caribbean has extended the cruise ship’s season out of Singapore through October 2021. The cruise line introduced Ocean Getaways from Singapore last year with the local government’s CruiseSafe Certification, which confirms the cruises meet the comprehensive health and safety requirements developed with the Singapore government.
Following a successful run and high marks from guests, the cruise line first extended the season for three months, through June 2021, and is doing it again for an additional four months thanks to the partnership with the Singapore government.
“We have continued to see an overwhelming demand in Singapore to sail on board Quantum of the Seas. With more than 50,000 guests having cruised with us and zero positive COVID-19 cases to date, holidaymakers can rest assured we are focused on delivering safe, memorable cruise holidays,” said Michael Bayley, president and CEO, Royal Caribbean International. “Royal Caribbean’s 30-plus sailings in Singapore offer a real-life, validated model of how cruising can be a unique, safe vacation beyond what many other travel options can offer. I’m confident we’ll continue to see how successful cruising can be through a combination of our proven, healthy and safe practices, which are informed by the Healthy Sail Panel’s 74 recommendations, and the rollout of vaccines around the world.”
Singapore residents can continue to satisfy their feelings of wanderlust on two, three and four night Ocean Getaways and enjoy fun-filled activities, next-generation entertainment and world-class dining on board one of Royal Caribbean’s most groundbreaking ships.
These new sailings will be available to Singapore residents and open to book on April 13, 2021.
Quantum of the Seas will continue to operate with the same set of comprehensive health and safety measures in place, such as COVID-19 testing, reduced sailing capacity, physical distancing measures, enhanced cleaning and sanitizing processes, and industry-leading contact tracing.
Since July 2020, Royal Caribbean Group has carried more than 100,000 guests on 152 cruises in Asia and Europe.