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Old 10-04-2008, 08:26 AM
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Cruise lines have been modifying their policies with regard to smoking on board. Below are links to the policies of most of the mainstream and luxury lines as they currently stand. Please click on the name of the cruise line to verify any changes made since.

Azamara Cruises - permitted in one designated public areas; not permitted elsewhere (including cabins, private balconies, halls, and pool deck)or on the land portion of Azamara cruisetours.

Carnival - not permitted in Spa accommodation (cabin OR balconies, cleaning fee applies); some public areas on all ships set aside for non-smokers

Celebrity - permitted in designated public indoor and outdoor areas; not permitted in cabins OR on private balconies (cleaning fee applies), hallways, casinos, or on land portion of Celebrity cruisetours.

Costa - permitted in designated public areas and in cabins/private balconies

Crystal Cruises - permitted in select designated public areas, not permitted on private balconies (note that cigar and pipe smoking not permitted in staterooms)

Cunard - not permitted in public areas except for Churchill's (cigars only; permitted in designated areas of open decks and on private balconies.

Disney Cruise Line - not permitted in indoor public rooms or cabins (cleaning fee applies); permitted on private balconies and two starboard outdoor decks (and a third during evening and overnight hours)

Holland America Line - permitted in designated areas; also permitted in cabins and on private balconies

MSC Cruises - permitted in designated areas; no restrictions stated for cabins or balconies

NCL - permitted on designated outdoor deck areas, cabins, and private balconies; not permitted in most indoor public venues

Oceania Cruises (click on Shipboard Services) - permitted in a few designated public areas (casino is not one of them); not permitted in cabins or on private balconies (cleaning fee applies; violators subject to disembarkation)

Princess - permitted in designated public areas as well as cabins and private balconies

Regent Seven Seas Cruises - permitted in few designated public areas; not permitted in cabins and on private balconies (violators subject to disembarkation)

Royal Caribbean - permitted in designated public areas and on outdoor private balconies; not permitted in cabins or interior private balconies (cleaning fee applies)

Seabourn - permitted in designated public areas as well as cabins and private balconies
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