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4 hours ago, Ethanol95 said:

For those who are interested:

 

Cruisers need to:

1. Take a rtPCR SARS-CoV-2 test (between 24 hours and 3 days before your cruise).

2. Collected a physical contact tracing (TraceTogether) token or download the contact tracing application onto your phone.

3. Always wear the Tracelet Wristband during your cruise

4. Stick to assigned check-in times and wellness screening times.

 

 

Full details

 

https://www.royalcaribbean.com/sgp/en/royal-promise?country=SGP&ecid=em_11t_sgphrt_ema_1742_apac_sgp

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https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/vessel-operators-optimistic-about-consumer-response-to-cruises-to-nowhere?utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=STFB&utm_source=Facebook#Echobox=1607259973

 

"Ms Angie Stephen, managing director for Asia-Pacific at Royal Caribbean International, noted: 'The demand for our product has certainly exceeded our expectations. Singapore is a great base of business, and we're planning on building back confidence in the cruising industry and ramping up safely."

 

"As for whether more ships will be added to the sailing roster, we'd like to start safe and slow - but as Royal Caribbean has the most ships in the world, there's always an opportunity."

 

Interesting article and interesting choice of words. Is RCL hinting at the consideration of the deployment of a second ship to Singapore? It would be an easy logistical change with 3 or 4 ships anchored in the OPL

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5 hours ago, Ethanol95 said:

https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/vessel-operators-optimistic-about-consumer-response-to-cruises-to-nowhere?utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=STFB&utm_source=Facebook#Echobox=1607259973

 

"Ms Angie Stephen, managing director for Asia-Pacific at Royal Caribbean International, noted: 'The demand for our product has certainly exceeded our expectations. Singapore is a great base of business, and we're planning on building back confidence in the cruising industry and ramping up safely."

 

"As for whether more ships will be added to the sailing roster, we'd like to start safe and slow - but as Royal Caribbean has the most ships in the world, there's always an opportunity."

 

Interesting article and interesting choice of words. Is RCL hinting at the consideration of the deployment of a second ship to Singapore? It would be an easy logistical change with 3 or 4 ships anchored in the OPL


It could be a good location to use as a training ground for the staff.  Depending on how longer Singapore restricts travel there may also be demand for these types of sailings.   

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4 hours ago, Sail n Snow said:


It could be a good location to use as a training ground for the staff.  Depending on how longer Singapore restricts travel there may also be demand for these types of sailings.   

Even with the slow opening of air travel bubbles, i think a lot of people won't travel when it first opens up.

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