An adventure too good to end

Riding on the success of the safe cruises pilot programme, Royal Caribbean International extends sail season for Quantum of the Seas to June 2021 with enticing deals

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Royal Caribbean International (RCI) will deploy Quantum of the Seas for an additional three months in Singapore from March 22 to June 21, 2021, to cope with demands for the uptake in sail packages following Singapore’s implementation of enhanced safety protocols to support the return for safe cruising since November 2020.

Now available for booking, the 2-, 3- and 4-night Ocean Getaway packages offer up to 50 per cent off, with prices starting from S$199. Seniors enjoy an additional 10 per cent off, and kids under 12 cruise for free, subject to prevailing terms and conditions.

The North Star, offering vantage views at 90m above sea level

Enjoy pioneering entertainment options such as RipCord by iFLY, the first skydiving experience at sea; the North Star, an observation capsule transporting guests to an exhilarating height of 90m above sea level; SeaPlex; the largest seafaring indoor sports and entertainment complex; and Bionic Bar powered by Makr Shakr, the world’s first robotic bartending system.

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.

RCI has in place a comprehensive set of health and safety measures that adhere to the CruiseSafe Certification standards jointly developed by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and DNV GL. Click here for a full list of health and safety measures enforced on board.

“Our close partnership with the Singapore Government has played an instrumental role in the success of these pilot cruises, and we remain committed to safeguarding the health and safety of our guests and crew during these additional sailings,” said Angie Stephen, managing director, Asia-Pacific, Royal Caribbean International.

She added, by reducing capacities in communal spaces on board (such as restaurants, theatres and activity areas) to 50 per cent – lower than the national standard of 64 per cent – coupled with no ports of call make it “no less safe” compared to other activities and settings that have already resumed on land.

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

For a greater peace of mind, cruise inclusions comprise of Covid-19 protections such as a 100 per cent credit towards a future cruise should a guest of 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.

On Covid-19-related expenses, Royal Caribbean will cover onboard medical treatment, cost of any required land-based quarantine, and travel home for the guest, travel party, and any confirmed close contacts.

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