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Hello I am wondering if anyone knows policys on smoking. I am new to all of this. I am really wondering if your allowed to board the ship with how ever many packs of cigs you want or if there's a limit also can u smoke on the balcony of your room and anywhere outside? I know smoking's bad for me but its something I enjoy on vacation. thank you in advance for your responses!
I am on the June 10 sailing, and I was playing around with the app. It says the Casino is smoke free. I am almost certain this is wrong (WHAAAAAAAT, something on the new app is wrong???). Has anyone been on her lately that can confirm or deny this?
Royal Caribbean Bans Smoking On Balconies Following a recent surge in smoking bans across many other cruise lines, Royal Caribbean is the latest cruise line to ban smoking from all balconies. Effective January 1, 2014, Royal Caribbean will ban all smoking on balconies throughout the fleet. Smoking was already banned inside all staterooms, but the new ban will designate Royal Caribbeanâ€™s accommodations as completely smoke free. Any guest found violating the new ban on smoking will be fined $250 to cover the deep clean the stateroom would have to undergo. Smoking onboard Royal Caribbean ships is also banned in all public areas except for Casino Royale. According to Royal Caribbean, â€œCigarette, cigar, e-cigarette and pipe smoking is permitted in designated outdoor areas of the starboard side of all ships; with the exception of Oasis-class ships that will allow smoking on the port side of the ships.â€ Recently, Disney, Cunard, P&O banned smoking on all balconies throughout their fleets. Windstar Cruises banned smoking on certain balconies on the lineâ€™s older ships. As of now, Carnival and Norwegian are the only two remaining major cruise lines who havenâ€™t banned smoking from their fleetâ€™s balconies. Royal Caribbean has stated the change in policy was â€œmade to provide a comfortable cruise for everyone.â€ http://www.cruisecurrents.com/2013/09/04/royal-caribbean-bans-smoking-on-balconies/