Prepare for five days of leisurely sailing through the sea when you embark on the Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas from Shanghai and back.
Spending time at very uncommon ports like Kumamoto and Fukuoka makes this cruise particularly interesting. This route is a rare one for the Quantum of the Seas, as it sails it only once.
This includes all entertainment, meals, port fees, and taxes. No sneaky extra fees! Offered at under $175 a day, this value is.
Based in Asia and built less than four years ago in 2014, more than 4,800 travelers can set sail comfortably on this sizeable cruise ship.
Want to enjoy an indoor skydiving chamber, a bar with a robotic bartender, the Northstar observation capsule, or the Flowrider artificial surf wave? These features are only offered by Royal Caribbean and are all found on the Quantum of the Seas. On top of that, experience rare features like a bumper car track, a roller skating rink, and a rock climbing wall.
The Quantum of the Seas also offers a ping pong table, a basketball court, an outdoor movie theater, a solarium, a spa, four pools, a gym, ten jacuzzis, and a casino.
Since it was first listed on June 1st of last year, the price of this cruise has ranged between $602 and $856 for a cabin, inclusive of $82 in taxes and port charges. The accompanying graph indicates the price over time for the various types of cabin.
|$856||Sold Out||Sold Out||Sold Out|
|$171.20 per day|
This sailing spends two sea days and two days in port. High points include long stops in Fukuoka and Kumamoto.
|Sat, Dec 15||Shanghai, China||4:45pm|
|Sun, Dec 16||At Sea|
|Mon, Dec 17||Kumamoto, Japan||8:00am||7:00pm|
|Tue, Dec 18||Fukuoka, Japan||7:00am||6:30pm|
|Wed, Dec 19||At Sea|
|Thu, Dec 20||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.