Set sail with the Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas and prepare yourself for five days of leisurely sailing across the sea from Beijing and back!
Touring through once-in-a-lifetime destinations like Fukuoka makes this sailing particularly exciting. This route is an unusual one for the Quantum of the Seas.
Coming in at under $190 per day, this represents a deal. The price is the total price, including entertainment, meals, port fees, and taxes.
The Quantum of the Seas, based in Asia and built just five years ago in 2014, is a large vessel that can carry over 4,800 people.
Want to cool off on the Flowrider artificial surf wave, drink to the future at a bar with a robotic bartender, experience the Northstar observation capsule, or experience weightlessness in an indoor skydiving chamber? These activities can only be found on Royal Caribbean and are all found on the Quantum of the Seas. In addition, experience rare features like a bumper car track, a roller skating rink, and a rock climbing wall.
The Quantum of the Seas also offers four pools, a solarium, an outdoor movie theater, a basketball court, a ping pong table, ten jacuzzis, a casino, a gym, and a spa.
The accompanying graph indicates the price over time for each type of cabin. Since being listed eleven months ago, the price of a cabin on this itinerary has fluctuated between $603 and $1,130 including $95 in taxes and port fees.
|$947||Sold Out||Sold Out||Sold Out|
|$189.40 per day|
This sailing spends two sea days and two days in port. High points include visits to very uncommon cities like Fukuoka.
|Tue, Jun 4||Tianjin, China (Beijing)||5:00pm|
|Wed, Jun 5||At Sea|
|Thu, Jun 6||Fukuoka, Japan||10:00am||7:00pm|
|Fri, Jun 7||Nagasaki, Japan||7:00am||4:00pm|
|Sat, Jun 8||At Sea|
|Sun, Jun 9||Tianjin, China (Beijing)||7:00am|
The Quantum of the Seas sails this route six times 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.