Quantum of the Seas, ROYAL CARIBBEAN’s first cruise ship to resume operations from Singapore

Royal Caribbean will resume its cruises since the cruise industry shutdown declared in March.

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Thus, the first Royal Caribbean ship since March will depart in 10 days from the port of Singapore. Quantum of the Seas will be the first of the fleet’s 26 cruise ships to return to service since the forced hiatus.

 

Quantum of the Seas will offer three and four night destination cruises departing from Singapore. The ship will remain at sea for the duration of the sailings and will not visit any ports.

The ship will sail at 50% of its capacity and all passengers will be tested before getting on board. It also features 100% filtered air and a hospital-grade cleaning standard will be offered on board.

Quantum of the Seas has such a great leisure offer that ports are not really necessary on short cruises.

The ship features a skydiving simulator, Flowrider, bumper cars, robot waiters, The North Star lookout, and hundreds of entertainment and dining options.

Royal Caribbean will be the second cruise line to resume cruises from Singapore.


Although there is still no news on the return dates of most cruise ships, shipping companies are taking every opportunity to get their ships back on the road.

Since the summer, several ships are sailing regularly on Mediterranean itineraries, applying some of the strictest health protocols, showing their efficacy and safety.

We cannot forget the successful return of the MSC Grandiosa which has already transported more than 30,000 happy and fortunate cruise passengers without incident and in complete safety.

Subsequently, other MSC Cruises ships and other shipping companies such as Costa Cruises, TUI Cruises and AIDA Cruises have not only returned to the Mediterranean, but also to Atlantic ports.

However, the rest of the shipping companies are still idle and awaiting authorizations from the authorities, especially the CDC of the United States.


In the next few weeks 3 new cruise ships join this club of lucky ships that will be able to sail.

In the Canary Islands, the AIDAperla and AIDAmar, of the German shipping company part of the Carnival Corporation, will return to service.


In Asia, the Quantum of the Seas will depart from the port of Singapore, Royal Caribbean’s first cruise ship to do so since March.


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