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Quantum of the Seas, currently based in China, will be arriving in Australasia following its Alaska season

Quantum of the Seas joins Royal Caribbean's 2021/22 Australasia lineup

Royal Caribbean International is planning to deploy Quantum of the Seas in Australia for the first time in the 2021/22 season.

Currently based in China, the ship is scheduled to join Royal Caribbean's biggest Alaska program ever in the northern summer of 2021.

Plus Ovation of the Seas and Radiance of the Seas

Subsequently, Down Under, Quantum will be joined by Ovation of the Seas operating out of Sydney, while Radiance of the Seas will home port at the multimillion-dollar Brisbane International Cruise Terminal, due for completion in October this year. (Ovation and Radiance will also be arriving from Alaska.)

Planned are 10- to13-night trans-Tasman voyages, seven- to eight-night coastal cruises and eight- to12-night cruises around the South Pacific.

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