Royal Caribbean Adds an Additional Season for One Cruise Ship

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Royal Caribbean has announced an additional season of cruises for Quantum of the Seas out of Singapore until April 2021.

Another Singapore Season Added for Quantum of the Seas

It seems Quantum of the Seas in Singapore is such a hit that Royal Caribbean has decided to add an additional season there. The added winter season sailing out of the Marina Bay Cruise Centre in Singapore will run until April 2021.

The ship will sail an extra seven months which will be the cruise line’s longest season ever from the port for a Quantum-class vessel. With the additional season, around 180,000 extra passengers a set to enjoy a cruise vacation from Singapore.

Royal Caribbean’s Senior Vice President International, Gavin Smith, said:

“Royal Caribbean has big ambitions for Asia – and Singapore sits at the heart of our growth in this region. The additional homeporting of Quantum of the Seas in the 2020/21 season announced today will add some 180,000 guests to the Singapore cruising scene, and we are excited for them to experience our world-class, innovative ships.

We already knew the vessel would be spending a season based from Singapore starting this November. The ship is offering a total of 34 sailings for the six months which ends in April 2020. The 2020/21 season will begin much earlier in October with a total of 40 sailings ending in April 2021.

The announcement for Quantum of the Seas was made as the new Spectrum of the Seas has recently started sailing from Singapore during its inaugural season. The ship will then reposition to Shanghai, China in June 2019. This marks Royal Caribbean’s first Quantum double year in Asia as the new ship is an evolution of the Quantum-class ships.

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Bookings for the new additional season for Quantum of the Seas will open on June 3, 2019. The ship is 167,800 gross tons with a guest capacity of over 4,100 at double occupancy.

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