Top News Royal Caribbean extends Singapore sailings By TTG Asia / Posted on 10 February, 2021 16:58 Royal Caribbean International (RCI) has extended the Singapore season for Quantum of the Seas by another three months until June 21, 2021. With the success of its safe cruises pilot programme, which launched in December 2020, Quantum will continue to offer two-, three- and four-night Ocean Getaways to Singapore residents. Royal Caribbean will deploy Quantum of the Seas for an additional three months in Singapore The additional sailings, kicking off on March 22, will continue to operate with stringent health and safety measures in place, such as mandatory Covid-19 testing, reduced sailing capacity and safe distancing measures. The Singapore sailings has earned many repeat bookings among local cruisers, according to Angie Stephen, managing director, Asia Pacific, RCI. For bookings made before April 30, changes and cancellations are allowed up to 48 hours before the cruise. Should a guest or any member of their travel party test positive for Covid-19 during the three weeks prior to their booked cruise, they will each get a 100 per cent credit towards a future cruise. As well, a full refund will be given if a guest, or any member of their travel party, tests positive during their voyage. Royal Caribbean will continue to cover Covid-19-related costs up to S$25,000 (US$18,800) per person for onboard medical expenses, including quarantine fees, and travel costs to get home.