What are some typical itineraries for Quantum of the Seas?


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Some typical itineraries for Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas include 8 nights to Hiroshima, Tokyo and Kobe, 4 nights Best of Okinawa, 6 nights to Japan and Busan and 5 nights in Fukuoka and Nagasaki, states iCruise.Com. As of May 2015, Quantum of the Seas homeport is in Baoshan, China. The ship offers round-trip cruises for 3 to 8 nights to destinations in North Asia.

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Travelers interested in a shorter North Asia cruise that travels to one port can choose one of the "best of" cruises on Quantum of the Seas. Examples include Okinawa, Fukuoka and Incheon. These cruises typically last 4 to 5 days. Those interested in longer cruises can choose the 6-night cruise from Baoshan, to Japan, which includes the ports of Fukuoka, Nishi and Busan on its itinerary. The 8-night cruise to Japan includes the ports of Hiroshima, Tokyo and Kobe.

While Baoshan is its home port, Royal Caribbean has several Quantum of the Seas itineraries that sail from other locations. For example, the 6 nights to Nagasaki, Fukuoka and Busan is round-trip from Tianjin, China. The ships 4-night Best of Keelung cruise is a round-trip cruise from Hong Kong to Keelung, also known as Taipei. Travelers can also choose to sail from Hong Kong, Hong Kong to Baoshan, China, with stops in Naha and Xiamen.

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