Royal Caribbean adds another Singapore Season for Quantum of the Seas till April 2021
Royal Caribbean International announces that one of Asia’s largest and most revolutionary ships, Quantum of the Seas, will add a new season in Singapore, sailing in the region till April 2021. The additional season of seven months will be the cruise line’s longest ever Singapore deployment for a Quantum-class ship.
The announcement was made during the maiden call celebration of the cruise line’s newest and largest cruise ship in Asia, Spectrum of the Seas. The first ship to come out from Royal Caribbean’s newest Quantum Ultra fleet, her arrival marks the start of Royal Caribbean’s Double Quantum Year in the region, with both her and Quantum of the Seas sailing from Singapore in 2019.
Spectrum of the Seas’ Highlights
Spectrum of the Seas kicks off her inaugural Singapore season this month, with three sailings of 3 to 9 nights to destinations such as Penang, Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), Ho Chi Minh City (Phu My), and Hong Kong. She will be based in Shanghai this June.
The ship comes with first-at-sea features such as Sky Pad, a virtual reality, bungee trampoline experience, and the two-level Ultimate Family Suite with an in-room slide, as well as new innovative dining and entertainment concepts, on top of the iconic Quantum Class favourites, such as the North Star elevated glass capsule, skydiving simulator and bumper cars.
Quantum of the Seas’ Homeporting Seasons in Singapore
Scheduled to return in November 2019, Quantum of the Seas will first see 34 sailings during the six months from November 2019 to April 2020. The ship will then return for a longer season in October 2020, with a total of 40 sailings over seven months till April 2021– the cruise line’s longest ever Singapore deployment for a Quantum Class ship.
The smart ship Quantum of the Seas currently offers the North Star, an observation capsule that rises 92 metres over the ocean; Two70 – a hi-tech entertainment venue; cocktails served by robots at the Bionic Bar; skydiving and surfing experiences; and SeaPlex, the largest indoor activity space at sea – housing a basketball court, roller-skating, bumper cars and more.
The ship also features 18 dining venues with cuisines from around the globe, including imaginative cuisine at Wonderland and Jamie’s Italian by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver.