Royal Caribbean tightens health protocols onboard Quantum Of The Seas

May 14, 2021

Royal Caribbean International changed the health and safety protocols onboard Quantum Of The Seas sailing out from Singapore, reports Singapore Cruise Society. The new measures will reduce guest capacity to 25%, all restaurants will be closed for guests and room service with the main dining room menu will be provided.

In an email sent to guests sailing between 17 May 2021 - 13 June 2021, the cruise line has stepped up and tightened its measures as the Singapore Government announced the "Phase 2 - Heightened Alert" restrictions due to a recent rise in local COVID-19 infections ashore.

Enhanced measures for guests sailing onboard Quantum of the Seas include:

  • ■ Reducing guest capacity to 25%, group sizes to 2, thus allowing at least 16 sqm of distancing per guest in public venues.
  • ■ Restaurants will be closed, guests are able to enjoy room service with main dining room selections. Takeaway will also be offered from several restaurants.
  • ■ Capacity for live entertainment shows will be reduced to maximum of 50 guests and live singing will not be available.
  • ■ Permitted onboard activities, like those in SeaPlex, Activity Zone and Pool Zone, will continue to operate at reduced capacity and with enhanced social distancing measures.
  • ■ Masks will be required in the indoor pool.

Royal Caribbean is offering cancellation through the email link provided to guests.

Since Singapore resumed cruising in November 2020, there has been no active COVID-19 cases onboard Quantum Of The Seas. These enhanced precautionary measures were imposed as Singapore experiences an increase of COVID-19 cases, from low numbers to 20+ per day.