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Spectrum to sail from Singapore starting 2022, Quantum extended through April

Quantum Ultra ship Spectrum of the Seas is scheduled to begin Singapore cruises in October 2022
Royal Caribbean International's Spectrum of the Seas will cruise from Singapore starting in October 2022.

Royal Caribbean also extended Quantum of the Seas' cruises to nowhere from Singapore through April 7, 2022.

Vaccination mandate

For the Singapore ships, Royal Caribbean will require all new bookings made from Oct. 1 onward to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19.

Three- to nine-night cruises

Spectrum of the Seas will operate three- to nine-night itineraries, beginning Oct. 21 next year.

Currently, Spectrum is scheduled to begin Hong Kong service next month

Designed for Asia

'We are thrilled to introduce a whole spectrum of new adventures with Spectrum of the Seas, which features groundbreaking escapades exclusively designed for the Asian market, a testament to Royal Caribbean’s confidence in the potential of the cruising industry in the region,' said Angie Stephen, VP Singapore, Royal Caribbean International.

The ship was first deployed in China following its 2019 delivery. 

Spectrum of the Seas offers an array of Asian-inspired cuisine including teppanyaki and hot pot-style dining, as well as entertainment touching on the cultures, colors, music and dance styles of China, Persia and India. Star Moment provides a lively and energetic karaoke venue. The Quantum Ultra ship also offers Asia’s first Sky Pad, a virtual reality, bungee trampoline adventure, the FlowRider surf simulator, the glass capsule North Star that ascends 300 feet above the sea and RipCord by iFly, a sky diving experience.

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