Date:07/26/2018From:BeijingPrice:$1,240 Book Now
Nights:5To:BeijingPer Day:$248
Date:July 26, 2018 From:Beijing
Nights:5To:Beijing
Line:Royal CaribbeanPrice:$1,240
Ship:Ovation of the Seas Daily:$248
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This July Could Be Ordinary, or You Could Visit Shimonoseki and Sasebo. Which Will You Choose?

Settle in for five days of exciting sailing through the sea when you embark on the Royal Caribbean Ovation of the Seas from Beijing and back again. More than 4,800 travelers can comfortably travel on this grand highly-rated vessel, based in Sydney, Seattle, and Beijing and built less than two years ago in 2016.

This trip is notable because you will exclusively call on very uncommon cities like Shimonoseki and Sasebo. This route is an interesting one for the Ovation of the Seas, but this is the lowest price sailing on it.

Our price is the total you pay, no sneaky extra fees. Book now, because the price of this cruise is on the way up! Reserve your room before the price moves upwards.

Day 4: Sasebo
The Ovation of the Seas

Pricing Information

Since it was first listed on July 5th of this year, the price of this sailing has ranged between $1,194 and $1,240 for a stateroom, inclusive of $78 in taxes and port charges. This graph shows the cost over time for the various types of cabin. This itinerary has just risen in price, so lock in your cabin now before it moves upwards again.

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Your Itinerary

This cruise spends two port days and two days at sea. High points include visits to once-in-a-lifetime stops like Shimonoseki and Sasebo.

DatePortArriveDepart
Thu, Jul 26Tianjin, China (Beijing)5:00pm
Fri, Jul 27At Sea
Sat, Jul 28Shimonoseki, Japan11:00am6:00pm
Sun, Jul 29Sasebo, Japan7:00am4:00pm
Mon, Jul 30At Sea
Tue, Jul 31Tianjin, China (Beijing)7:30am

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The Ovation of the Seas sails this route two times 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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