First Royal Caribbean ship to sail in 9 months successfully completes first cruise
Royal Caribbean's first cruise back since the global health crisis began has wrapped up and by all accounts seems to have been a success.
Quantum of the Seas set sail on a 2-night cruise with no port stops from Singapore, and completed the first sailing back.
Photos from onboard Quantum of the Seas are provided by our friends at the Singapore Cruise Society, who sailed on Quantum to check out all of the changes and new protocols the cruise line has made to the cruise experience.
Quantum of the Seas arrived in the early morning hours back in Singapore.
She arrived back at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre to begin her disembarkation.
Just like every Royal Caribbean cruise, the Windjammer is open for guests to enjoy one last meal before disembarkation.
Guests on Quantum of the Seas are required to get a swab test in the terminal before completing the cruise.
Because of social distancing, Royal Caribbean asks guests to wait in their staterooms to be called for disembarkation. Traditionally, guests would congregate in public venues to await departing the ship.
Once called for departure, lines and social distancing markers are set up for easy and safe departure off the ship.
As you depart, your temperature will be taken and you are required to have your SeaPass card and tracelet with you. You can then deposit your tracelet as you leave.
Cruise terminal disembarkation
Back in the Marina Bay Cruise Centre, the disembarkation process continues.
The arrival hall is where guests will have a swab test conducted.
Afterwards, it's off to collect your luggage.
After you get your luggage, that's it and you are on your way.
I hope you enjoyed this look at what the first cruise back was like, and be sure to check out the photo updates from the entire cruise: