Quantum of the seas which is the first Quantum class Royal Caribbean cruise ship is going to be shifting back to Singapore once again for the 2019 – 2020 season. The ship will continue to showcase its innovative features in Asia which were first introduced in 2014.
Quantum of the Seas Going Back to Singapore
Quantum of the Seas which is the first in her class and currently based out of China will move to Singapore in 2019. Starting in November 2019 the ship will offer a total of 34 sailings which will come to an end in April 2020.
Her itineraries include 4-night cruises to Penang or Phuket, 5-night cruises to Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), Penang and Phuket, a 7-night cruise to Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), Penang and Phuket (with an overnight) and a 7-night cruise to Bangkok (Laem Chabang) (with an overnight) and Ho Chi Minh City.
President and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, Mr. Michael Bayley, said:
“The Asian cruise market has seen tremendous growth over the last few years, and Singapore has been leading growth as one of the most significant cruise destinations and cruise source markets in the region.”
“In response to the strong demand from Singapore and the region, we have decided to bring in longer cruises for Quantum of the Seas’return. The season will feature cruises starting from four nights and the first ever 7-night round trip cruises on a Quantum Class ship here. With this ground-breaking itinerary design for the Asian cruise market, our guests will get the opportunity to enjoy a more comprehensive Quantum Class experience and take in more of what this amazing ship has to offer.”
Before Quantum of the Seas heads back to Singapore for a season, the ship will undergo a multi-million revitalization which will add new features and enhancements for guests to enjoy. Those cruising from Singapore will be among the first to try out the fresh Royal Caribbean ship. You can read more about the cruise line’s upgrade program right here.
Quantum of the Seas is 18-decks high, 168,666 gross tons and has a guest capacity of 4,905. With the deployment of the ship, Royal Caribbean will increase capacity by 30 percent.