Royal Caribbean International has declared that Quantum of the Seas will proceed sailing from Singapore through Oct 2021. Acquiring resumed sailing in December 2020, Quantum’s 11-month Singapore time will mark the longest nevertheless for the cruise ship. The cruise line launched “Ocean Getaways” from Singapore previous yr with the community government’s “CruiseSafe Certification,” which confirms the sailings meet the thorough overall health and security demands produced with the Singapore authorities. Subsequent a thriving operate and substantial marks from guests, Royal Caribbean very first prolonged the period for three months, as a result of June 2021—and is accomplishing it once again for an more 4 months, many thanks to the partnership with the Singapore authorities.
Michael Bayley, president and CEO, Royal Caribbean International, famous in a push announcement that the line has experienced additional than 50,000 guests sail with them in Singapore and has had zero positive COVID-19 scenarios to date.
Singapore citizens can keep on to get pleasure from two-, a few- and 4-evening “Ocean Getaways” and acquire edge of the ship’s routines, enjoyment and dining. These new sailings will be accessible to Singapore residents and open up to guide on April 13, 2021.
Quantum will proceed to run with the same established of wellness and basic safety steps in area, these as COVID-19 screening, decreased sailing ability, physical distancing measures, enhanced cleaning and sanitizing processes and get hold of tracing.
In addition to the Singapore sailing, Royal Caribbean has introduced options Odyssey of the Seas to cruise from Haifa, Israel, Jewel of the Seas to sail from Cyprus, Anthem of the Seas to sail from the U.K., alongside with cruises from the Bahamas with Experience of the Seas and Bermuda with Eyesight of the Seas.
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