Date:08/31/2018From:ShanghaiPrice:$674 Book Now
Nights:5To:ShanghaiPer Day:$135
Date:August 31, 2018 From:Shanghai
Nights:5To:Shanghai
Line:Royal CaribbeanPrice:$674
Ship:Quantum of the Seas Daily:$135
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Okinawa or Nagasaki? How About Visiting Both?

Prepare yourself for five days of breathtaking travel through the sea when you reserve your cabin on the Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas from Shanghai and back. The Quantum of the Seas, based in Shanghai and Beijing and built just four years ago in 2014, is a grand cruise ship that can carry more than 4,800 travelers.

This trip is notable because you'll exclusively stop in unusual ports such as Okinawa and Nagasaki. This route is an interesting one for the Quantum of the Seas.

This includes all port fees and taxes, no surprises! At under $135 per day, this represents a deal.

The Quantum of the Seas
Day 4: Okinawa

Pricing Information

Since it was first listed on April 26th of last year, the cost of this sailing has fluctuated between $668 and $963 for a stateroom, including $82 in taxes and port charges. The accompanying graph indicates the cost over time for each type of cabin. At only $6 more expensive than the all time low of $668 today is a great time to lock in your cabin

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$674 Sold Out $891 $2,441
$134.80 per day $178.20 per day $488.20 per day
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Your Itinerary

This cruise is made up of two port days and two days at sea. High points include visits to unusual cities like Okinawa and Nagasaki.

DatePortArriveDepart
Fri, Aug 31Shanghai, China4:45pm
Sat, Sep 1At Sea
Sun, Sep 2Nagasaki, Japan7:00am3:00pm
Mon, Sep 3Okinawa, Japan1:00pm10:00pm
Tue, Sep 4At Sea
Wed, Sep 5Shanghai, China7:00am

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The Quantum of the Seas sails this route two 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.



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