In addition to canceling all of its November 2020 cruises, Royal Caribbean has also cancelled Quantum of the Seas sailings through the end of March 2021.
Sailings aboard Quantum of the Seas between December 2nd, 2020 – March 22nd, 2021 have been added to the list of cancelled cruises.
Quantum of the Seas had been scheduled to sail from Singapore between 2020 and March 2021.
Royal Caribbean's website has also removed all Quantum of the Seas cruises for booking until April 2021.
In a statement on Royal Caribbean's website, the cruise line explained the need to "assess" changes for Quantum.
"In preparation for our return to service, we’ve been making changes to our existing itineraries to ensure we meet the evolving needs of our guests and are aligned with any existing travel restrictions. Unfortunately, the following Quantum of the Seas sailings have now been cancelled as part of this change, while we assess our next move for this ship."
Similar to the other cancelled cruises, guests who had cruises booked on Quantum qualify for compensation options, although Lift and Shift is not available for Quantum.
- 125% Future Cruise Credit to book a new cruise by December 31, 2021 for sailings on or before April 30th, 2022.
- 100% Refund. You have until December 31, 2020 to request a refund and deactivate your future cruise certificate.
Royal Caribbean has big plans for Quantum of the Seas, setting the stage for her return to North America in summer 2021 to sail from the Pacific Northwest for the first time when she calls Seattle home in May 2021.
Quantum will join Ovation of the Seas next year and offer 7-night cruises to Alaska, leaving on Mondays.
Quantum of the Seas sailed for a brief period out of Bayonne, New Jersey when she debuted in 2014, but since 2015 has been sailing in Asia.