Date:08/24/2018From:Hong KongPrice:$519 Book Now
Nights:5To:Hong KongPer Day:$104
Date:August 24, 2018 From:Hong Kong
Nights:5To:Hong Kong
Line:Royal CaribbeanPrice:$519
Ship:Voyager of the Seas Daily:$104
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Da Nang or Nha Trang? How About Visiting Both?

Set sail with the Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas and prepare for five days of exciting sailing across the sea from Hong Kong and back again! More than 3,900 people can comfortably travel on this sizeable top-rated ship, based in Singapore and refurbished only four years ago in 2014.

Stopping at exotic destinations like Da Nang makes this trip particularly interesting. This route is an uncommon one for the Voyager of the Seas. As a matter of fact, this is the only time it's going to sail it!

This is the total you pay, no surprises. At less than $105 a day, this represents a good bargain.

Day 4: Nha Trang
Day 3: Da Nang
The Voyager of the Seas

Pricing Information

The accompanying graph indicates the cost over time for the different types of cabin. Since it was first listed on April 26th of last year, the price of this cruise has fluctuated between $519 and $962 for a stateroom, inclusive of $66 in taxes and port fees. Right now this cruise is at its minimum price, so lock in your stateroom now before it increases.

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Your Itinerary

This cruise consists of two days in port and two days at sea. Highlights include visits to extremely rare cities like Da Nang.

DatePortArriveDepart
Fri, Aug 24Hong Kong5:00pm
Sat, Aug 25At Sea
Sun, Aug 26Da Nang, Vietnam7:00am4:00pm
Mon, Aug 27Nha Trang, Vietnam8:00am5:00pm
Tue, Aug 28At Sea
Wed, Aug 29Hong Kong7:00am

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The Voyager 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.



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