So, you are a smoker and think it's ok for everyone else, but you are traveling with 2 teenage children who have an inside cabin opposite you so they are not around your smoke.
Aren't you now saying that, as you cheer on the smokers, that you just don't want your children to have to breathe it. Why is it good for us, the non-smokers, but not ok for your kids?
I was kind of thinking along those same lines. When I booked my balcony cabin on the Magic come this November, I hadn't even thought of the possibility of being smoked out from other balcony cabins surrounding me. The poster probably wasn't thinking about her smoke bothering surrounding balcony cabins until reading this thread either.
Bottom line is there just is no getting away from someone else's smoke completely. I'm just praying that I'm not surrounded by smokers on my upcoming Magic cruise. I will be highly irritated to have paid that extra $$ for a balcony cabin if I can't even enjoy it.
Only time will tell...