Date:08/25/2018From:FukuokaPrice:$558 Book Now
Nights:6To:TokyoPer Day:$93
Date:August 25, 2018 From:Fukuoka
Nights:6To:Tokyo
Line:CostaPrice:$558
Ship:neoRomantica Daily:$93
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This August Could Be Business As Usual, or You Could Visit Niigata and Hakodate. Which Will You Choose?

Get ready for six days of leisurely sailing through the sea when you join the Costa neoRomantica from Fukuoka to Tokyo. More than 1,800 cruisers can in comfort sail on this big ship, based in Tokyo.

Calling on very uncommon cities like Niigata and Hakodate makes this sailing notable. This route is a rare one for the neoRomantica. In fact, it sails it only once.

This price is the total you pay, no surprises at checkout. Coming in at under $95 a day, this value is great.

Day 2: Busan
The neoRomantica
Day 7: Tokyo

Pricing Information

Since being listed seven months ago, the price of this sailing has ranged between $557 and $577 for a room, inclusive of $39 in taxes and port fees. The accompanying graph indicates the cost over time for the various types of cabin. Today this sailing is only $1 higher than the all time low of $557 so lock in your cabin now before it goes up.

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Your Itinerary

This cruise consists of two days at sea and three days in port. Major features include a long stop in Busan in addition to visits to once-in-a-lifetime ports like Niigata and Hakodate.

DatePortArriveDepart
Sat, Aug 25Fukuoka, Japan4:00pm
Sun, Aug 26Busan, South Korea7:00am7:00pm
Mon, Aug 27At Sea
Tue, Aug 28Niigata, Japan7:00am3:00pm
Wed, Aug 29Hakodate, Japan8:00am4:00pm
Thu, Aug 30At Sea
Fri, Aug 31Tokyo, Japan8:00am
Day 5: Hakodate

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The neoRomantica sails this route once this year. No other ship sails this exact same route. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.



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