Cruise News Royal Caribbean Royal Caribbean Keeping Cruise Ship in Singapore for 3 Extra Months

Royal Caribbean Keeping Cruise Ship in Singapore for 3 Extra Months

Royal Caribbean has announced that they will be keeping one of their cruise ships in Singapore for an extended season that will last through June 21, 2021.

Quantum of the Seas will continue to sail from Singapore and is the first Royal Caribbean cruise ship to return to service since the cruise shutdown last March.

Singapore residents can continue to satisfy their feelings of wanderlust and enjoy fun-filled activities, next-generation entertainment and world-class dining on board one of Royal Caribbean’s most groundbreaking cruise ships.

Now available for bookings, these 2-, 3- and 4-night Ocean Getaways will continue to operate with the same set of comprehensive health and safety measures in place, such as mandatory COVID-19 testing, reduced sailing capacity and strict physical distancing measures.

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The ground-breaking Quantum of the Seas features unmatched innovations in onboard attractions, such as RipCord by iFLY, the first skydiving experience at sea; North Star, an engineering marvel that transports guests more than 300 feet above the ocean; SeaPlex, the largest indoor sports and entertainment complex at sea with bumper cars, roller skating and more; as well as the Bionic Bar powered by Makr Shakr—home to the world’s first robotic bartenders.

Guests will also get to enjoy a landscape of 18 restaurant concepts as vast and varied as dining in the world’s most cosmopolitan cities, including specialty restaurants created with partner chefs such as Jamie Oliver.

Guests who book their sail-cation on Quantum of the Seas before 30 April 2021 can be assured of flexibility in their plans with Royal Caribbean’s Cruise with Confidence program, which allows for changes and cancellations up to 48 hours before the cruise begins.

For even greater peace of mind, included with the cruise are COVID-19 protections which include a 100% credit towards a future cruise should a guest or any member of their travel party test positive for COVID-19 during the three weeks prior to their booked cruise; or a full refund if a guest, or any member of their travel party, tests positive during their voyage.

Royal Caribbean will continue to cover COVID-19 related costs up to $25,000 SGD per person in the travel party for onboard medical costs, any required quarantine, and travel home.

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