After months of planning and collaboration, Royal Caribbean International returned safely to Singapore for sailing on Thursday.
On board Quantum of the Seas, the cruise line only carried Singapore residents from the Marina Bay Cruise Center on itineraries of three to four overnight stays. Passengers can enjoy Royal Caribbean’s activities, dining and entertainment in new ways to promote safety.
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In order to gain resail permission, Quantum of the Seas has implemented multi-layered health and safety measures under the guidance of the Healthy Sail Panel, Royal Caribbean medical staff and the Singapore Department of Health.
Some of the new health protocols include pre-departure checkups, reduced capacity, universal testing, mandatory face covering, social distancing, improved cleaning practices, and much more.
In addition, all guests must scan a code required by Singapore when boarding and disembarking and have the Singapore Trace Together Bluetooth app or token with them at all times during the cruise.
“We are delighted to welcome guests aboard Quantum of the Seas again and to offer Singapore residents the opportunity to relax, unwind and enjoy the travel experiences they have missed for so many months,” said Angie Stephen, Executive Director of Royal Caribbean.
“We are grateful to the Singapore government for their partnership in making these pilot cruises a reality and we are committed to providing our guests with the safest possible cruise experience,” continued Stephen.
Passengers sailing on Quantum of the Seas can continue to enjoy views from the North Star ride, RipCord via iFly skydiving, and a FlowRider surfing simulator.
In addition, travelers from Singapore can experience the experiences of Two70, a multimedia entertainment venue, and SeaPlex, the largest indoor sports and entertainment complex at sea with bumper cars, roller skating, trapeze school, basketball and much more.
Enjoy 18 on-board restaurants and live entertainment at the Music Hall, Royal Theater and Royal Esplanade.