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How long is the ferry from Busan to Fukuoka?

How long is the ferry from Busan to Fukuoka?

The ferry from Busan to Fukuoka takes 3h 45m including transfers and departs twice daily.

Is there a ferry from Busan to Japan?

There are currently 4 ferry routes connecting Busan and Japan, with services from Busan to Fukuoka, Hitakatsu, Izuhara and Osaka. On average, there are a combined number of 5 crossings each day between Busan and Japan, which are operated by Camellia Line, JR Kyushu Beetle Ferry, Kobee and Panstar Cruise Line.

How do I get from Busan to Japan?

There is no direct connection from Busan to Japan. However, you can take the line 1 subway to Hadan Station, take the walk to Hadan Station, take the bus to Gimhae Airport Int’l Terminal, take the walk to Gimhae airport, fly to Fukuoka, take the walk to Fukuoka Airport, then take the subway to Fukuoka.

How long is the ferry from Busan to Jeju?

around 12 hours
The Busan Jeju ferry route connects South Korea with South Korea. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, MS Ferry. The crossing operates up to 3 times each week with sailing durations from around 12 hours.

Is it worth visiting Fukuoka?

Fukuoka has played an important role in Asian and international trade for centuries. It’s worth visiting Fukuoka City just to stroll through the entertainment districts. You also shouldn’t leave without trying one of the best bowls of noodles in Japan—the famed Hakata ramen.

Is there a boat from Korea to Japan?

There are a combined number of 44 ferry crossings each week across a selection of 5 ferry routes which are operated by 5 ferry companies including Panstar Cruise, Camellia Line, JR Kyushu Beetle Jet Ferry, DBS Cruise Ferry & Pukwan Ferry with the shortest crossing taking around 1 hour 10 minutes (Tsushima (Hitakatsu)).

How much is a ferry from Busan to Japan?

Regular fares

Age classification One-way Round Trip
Adult (12 years and over) 16,000 yen 32,000 yen
Child (6 to 11 years old) 8,000 yen 16,000 yen
Kids (1-5 years old / 0 year old with seats) 2,000 yen 4,000 yen
Baby (0 years old, no seat) Free

How long is the ferry from Busan to Japan?

The Port of Busan is an important gateway to the south of Japan. There are daily sailings to Hakata, taking three hours with JR Jyushu Jet Ferry and eleven and a half hours with Camellia Line. There are also three weekly sailings to Osaka, supplied by Panstart Cruise. This journey take nineteen hours.

Are there ferries from South Korea to Japan?

There are numerous ferry crossings operating from South Korea to Japan. Ferries currently connect 2 Ports in South Korea with 5 Ports in Japan.

How long is a boat ride from South Korea to Japan?

It’s easy to get from South Korea to Japan via a boat ride, which can take as little as three hours.

Can you take a boat from South Korea to Japan?

There are three main ferries that operate between Japan and South Korea: DBS Ferries, Kampu Ferries and Camellia Line. You can enter and exit on any of the three ferries.

How much does the ferry from Korea to Japan cost?

The crossing on the Korea to Japan ferry takes just over three hours and costs around 13,000 yen ($130) HOWEVER, if you book in advance online through Direct Ferries you can make a huge saving of up to 40% (I ended up paying full price on the way out, and realizing my mistake and booking online for the return journey).

Is it cheaper to live in Busan or Seoul?

Busan is a lot cheaper than Seoul, especially for transport and rent! The standard of living, like the air quality, is excellent and that could tip the scales when choosing your destination, especially if your budget is very limited.