Prepare for four days of breathtaking sailing across the sea when you book your cabin on the Royal Caribbean Spectrum of the Seas from Shanghai and back again.
Aboard this trip you'll tour through one beautiful destination: Fukuoka. This route is a rare one for the Spectrum of the Seas.
Our price is the total price, including all meals, entertainment, port charges, and taxes. Offered at under $160 a day, this value is.
Based in Shanghai and Beijing and built just two years ago in 2019, over 4,200 travelers can travel on this highly-rated Quantum-Ultra class vessel.
Want to enjoy the Flowrider artificial surf wave, a bar with a robotic bartender, the Northstar observation capsule, or an indoor skydiving chamber? These features are exclusive to Royal Caribbean and are all found on the Spectrum of the Seas. On top of that, experience rare amenities like a bumper car track, a trampoline park, and a roller skating rink.
The Spectrum of the Seas also offers a casino, a spa, an outdoor movie theater, a gym, a ping pong table, a solarium, a basketball court, and a rock climbing wall.
Since being listed ten months ago, The price of a room on this sailing has ranged between $614 and $735 including $90 in taxes and port fees. The accompanying graph indicates the cost over time for each type of cabin. Today this sailing is just $13 more than the all time low of $614 so reserve your cabin now before it goes up.
|$156.75 per day||$167.25 per day||$172.25 per day||$204.25 per day|
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This cruise includes one day in port and two days at sea. Major features include a long stop in Fukuoka.
|Fri, Oct 8||Shanghai, China||5:30pm|
|Sat, Oct 9||At Sea|
|Sun, Oct 10||Fukuoka, Japan||7:00am||7:00pm|
|Mon, Oct 11||At Sea|
|Tue, Oct 12||Shanghai, China||7:00am|
The Spectrum of the Seas sails this route two times this year. The Wonder of the Seas also sails a route with the same stops but a slightly different schedule. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.