Royal Caribbean has announced a season extension for Quantum of the Seas in Singapore. This island country is one of the few to have successfully allowed cruises in recent months.

Royal Caribbean Cruises’ decision was expected as Quantum of the Seas was originally scheduled to travel to Alaska for the summer season. The new one-year extension of the ban on cruises in Canadian waters means that foreign ships will not be able to sail to Alaska this year.

The cruise line is a great success: the 2-3-4 day cruises departing from Singapore are reserved for Singaporeans.

Three more months of operations in Marina Bay.

Quantum of Seas Singapore’s season will be extended by three months. This follows a successful pilot program conducted in cooperation with the Government of Singapore and the Singapore Tourism Board.

Royal Caribbean has been successfully sailing to Singapore since December 2020 and will continue to do so from March 22, 2021 to June 21, 2021.

Since the ships’ departure, there have been few stories of fear, including the case of an 83-year-old Singaporean who tested negative, then positive, then negative again in successive PCR tests. The case received a lot of attention from the major media, who were quick to jump on the bandwagon where nothing had happened.

Quantum of the Seas, Singapore Photo Credit : Justin Tiang /

Royal Caribbean and Singapore authorities prove that it is possible to sail safely.

Singaporeans can always enjoy a cruise aboard one of the world’s largest and most innovative ships. Although the cruise line has invested heavily in comprehensive health and safety recommendations, such as Covid-19 testing, reduced cruise capacity and strict physical separation, customers can still enjoy all the ship’s features.

Angie Stevens, Managing Director for Asia at Royal Caribbean, said:

“We are delighted to announce the extension of the sailing season and look forward to seeing our guests experience first-hand our iconic cruises, which have already delighted local cruise lines and led to many repeat bookings. Our close collaboration with the Government of Singapore has been critical to the success of these cruises, and we will continue to work to ensure the health and safety of our guests and crew on these additional voyages.”

These measures meet the CruiseSafe certification standards jointly developed by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and DNV GL. You can read about the measures taken by the cruise line on their website:

Quantum of the Seas in Singapore Photo Credit : Justin Tiang /

The Quantum of the Seas is one of the few cruise ships sailing around the world proving that customers can truly travel safely. The cruise line has implemented innovative measures to ensure that its customers can sail with peace of mind.

Read also: How to enjoy the Royal Caribbean Quantum Sea

The cruise is protected by the COVID-19 standard, which includes a 100% credit for a future cruise if the guest or a member of his or her travel party tests positive for the COVID-19 standard within three weeks prior to the booked cruise; or a full refund if the guest or a member of his or her travel party tests positive during the cruise.

Royal Caribbean will continue to cover costs associated with COVID-19 up to a maximum of S$25,000 per person on mission to cover in-flight medical care, necessary quarantine and return travel.

So while cruises to New England and Alaska seem to be losing popularity, Singapore’s Royal Caribbean Cruises should now be an indicator to the CDC of cruise safety and quality of execution.

Quantum of the Seas at Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore

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