Originally Posted by dvrdude
My question to the multitudes - how much more would you be willing to pay for the cruise if the ship was smokefree? My recollection is that Carnival did not charge a premium for the Paradise - if they had (say $100 per passenger on a seven day cruise), I would have gladly paid the extra to get an environment that I wanted.
We are willing to pay to cruise with limited smoking areas.
We found Oceania has very strict smoking policies only 2 designated areas for smoking (1 inside 1 outside)...if you violate the rules you are disembarked at the next port of call.
They have small ships, not family oriented, more mature passengers, no formal nights but you will NOT get cruises for $499.