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Old 07-07-2007, 11:50 AM
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Neil,
Thanks for the lesson. I had no idea they used a chemical to clean the cabins after a smoker has occupied it. Whatever the chemical, it's working miracles.

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I've only been on one cruise, but when I entered our cabin for the first time I could detect a stale cigarette odor. But then, I have a nose like a blood hound and always smell smoke when I walk into hotel rooms. I now take a portable air purifier with me whenever I travel by car. I didn't take it on the cruise since I didn't want the added weight. The smell in our cabin cleared up in less than a day.

Thanks, Neil, for the info about connecting cabins. We're booked in a connecting cabin and would hate to have someone smoking next door and have the smoke creep into our cabin. I'll try to get the cabin changed.
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From all the chatter I'm reading on the internet, by some time next year the smoking rules on some of the cruise lines might be changed & the problem of the "smoky cabin" might be a thing of the past.
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From all the chatter I'm reading on the internet, by some time next year the smoking rules on some of the cruise lines might be changed & the problem of the "smoky cabin" might be a thing of the past.
If that happens Then I will Probably Be a thing Of The Past as well. I thought they learned that with the Paradice.
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From all the chatter I'm reading on the internet, by some time next year the smoking rules on some of the cruise lines might be changed & the problem of the "smoky cabin" might be a thing of the past.
If that happens Then I will Probably Be a thing Of The Past as well. I thought they learned that with the Paradice.


I believe Rich is referring to just not allowing smoking in the cabins. Not banning it all together. That is completely unrealistic.

Disney led the way years ago by not having smoking in the cains. Oceania followed suit and now Azamara. Although O and A are a lot more restrictive than Disney. I believe it is only allowed in two places on the ships.
 
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