Prepare yourself for four days of leisurely sailing through the sea when you set sail with the Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas from Shanghai and back again. The Quantum of the Seas, based in Shanghai and built just four years ago in 2014, is a sizeable vessel that can carry comfortably more than 4,800 passengers.
While aboard this sailing you'll stop in one beautiful city: Nagasaki. This route is a special one for the Quantum of the Seas, but this is the least expensive sailing.
With a cost of under $130 per day, this bargain is. This price is the total you pay, no surprises.
Since being listed ten months ago, the price of this itinerary has varied between $511 and $1,739 for a stateroom, inclusive of $75 in taxes and port charges. The accompanying graph shows the cost over time for the different classes of cabin. Right now this cruise is at its minimum price, so secure your stateroom now before it moves upwards.
|$127.75 per day||$137.25 per day||$153.00 per day||$211.75 per day|
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This sailing is two sea days and has no days in port. Highlights include a long stop in Nagasaki.
|Thu, Mar 8||Shanghai, China||4:45pm|
|Fri, Mar 9||At Sea|
|Sat, Mar 10||Nagasaki, Japan||8:00am||8:00pm|
|Sun, Mar 11||At Sea|
|Mon, Mar 12||Shanghai, China||7:00am|
The Quantum of the Seas sails this route once this year. This is the only ship that sails this exact route. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.