Date:07/30/2018From:ShanghaiPrice:$1,034 Book Now
Nights:5To:ShanghaiPer Day:$207
Date:July 30, 2018 From:Shanghai
Nights:5To:Shanghai
Line:Royal CaribbeanPrice:$1,034
Ship:Quantum of the Seas Daily:$207
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This July Could Be Average, or You Could Visit Kagoshima. Which Will You Choose?

Settle in for five days of exciting travel across the sea when you set sail with the Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas from Shanghai and back. More than 4,800 cruisers can comfortably travel on this grand ship, based in Shanghai and Beijing and built just four years ago in 2014.

Calling on very uncommon destinations such as Fukuoka and Kagoshima makes this trip particularly interesting. This route is a rare one for the Quantum of the Seas. Actually, it sails it only once.

We include all port charges and taxes in the price, so there are no surprises at checkout.

The Quantum of the Seas
Day 3: Fukuoka

Pricing Information

Since being listed fifteen months ago, the cost of a cabin on this cruise has fluctuated between $939 and $2,308 inclusive of $82 in taxes and port fees. This graph displays the price over time for every type of cabin. At only $95 more expensive than the all time low of $939 right now is a great time to reserve your cabin

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Your Itinerary

This sailing spends two days in port and two days at sea. Major features include visits to once-in-a-lifetime cities like Kagoshima in addition to a long stop in Fukuoka.

DatePortArriveDepart
Mon, Jul 30Shanghai, China4:45pm
Tue, Jul 31At Sea
Wed, Aug 1Fukuoka, Japan7:00am6:45pm
Thu, Aug 2Kagoshima, Japan1:00pm9:00pm
Fri, Aug 3At Sea
Sat, Aug 4Shanghai, China7:00am

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The Quantum of the Seas 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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