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Old March 20th, 2009, 01:06 AM
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I found this article, hope it helps you to decide on cruise lines to cruise with.

Azamara Cruises

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted in the port side aft section of the Looking Glass Lounge and the starboard forward section of the pool deck.

Where You Can't: The rest of the ship is completely non-smoking, including all cabins and balconies.


Carnival Cruise Lines

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted in casinos, dance clubs, piano bars and other live music venues, as well as designated areas on open decks.

Where You Can't: All dining areas are non-smoking, as are a number of public rooms, including the aft cabaret lounge, main show lounge, library, and along the promenade.

Cigar and Pipe Smoking: Ships in Carnival's Destiny and Conquest classes have cigar bars.


Celebrity Cruises

Where You Can Smoke: Designated indoor areas where passengers can smoke cigarettes include the port side of one lounge per ship and a designated slot machine area in each ship's casino. Other outdoor areas include the port side of the pool deck and sundecks on each ship, the port side of the Sunset Bar on Celebrity Century and on Celebrity's Millennium class of ships, and the port side aft outside of Winter Garden on Celebrity Galaxy and Celebrity Mercury.

Where You Can't: Effective in early October, smoking in cabins and on balconies will be prohibited. In addition to the starboard side, Celebrity prohibits smoking in the theater, cinema, conference center, dining rooms and elevators. On Celebrity's new Solstice, the Lawn Club and the Sunset Bar at the Lawn Club will not allow smoking.

Cigar and Pipe Smoking: Cigar and pipe smoking is allowed only in specially designated sections of the open decks.


Costa Cruises

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted on the open decks, in cabins, including balconies, and in designated smoking areas in most public rooms.

Where You Can't: All restaurants and show lounges are non-smoking.


Crystal Cruises

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted in cabins, on open decks, and in designated smoking areas in most bars and lounges.

Where You Can't: Beginning on Crystal Serenity's May 7, 2008 London-to-Rome cruise and Crystal Symphony's May 25, 2008 Athens-to-London voyage, the line will begin prohibiting smoking on verandahs of all staterooms and suites aboard. As well, all dining venues, including the Crystal Dining Room, Bistro, Lido Cafe and alternative restaurants, are non-smoking, as is the Galaxy Lounge (the main show lounge).

Cigar and Pipe Smoking: Cigar and pipe smoking is permitted either in the Connoisseur Club or on the open decks (except for Lido Deck).


Cunard Line

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted in cabins, including balconies, and in the designated smoking sections of most bars and lounges. In addition, all restaurants aboard Queen Elizabeth 2 except the Princess Grill feature small smoking sections.

Where You Can't: Elevators, theaters, and the library are non-smoking, as are all restaurants on Queen Mary 2 and the Princess Grill on Queen Elizabeth 2.

Cigar and Pipe Smoking: Cigar and pipe smoking is permitted in Churchill's Cigar Lounge aboard Queen Mary 2 and in the Chart Room, Crystal Bar, Golden Lion Pub and open decks on Queen Elizabeth 2.


Disney Cruises

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted on the starboard side of all open decks (except near Mickey's Pool) and cabin balconies.

Where You Can't: Smoking is prohibited in all indoor areas, including cabins.


Fred. Olsen Cruise Line

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted on open decks and in designated areas in indoor public spaces. However from January 2009, a new policy will be phased in and guests will only be able to smoke on cabin balconies and in specially designated areas on open-air decks.

Where You Can't: Smoking is prohibited in staterooms, on balconies, and in all dining rooms. Again, from January 2009, Fred. Olsen will begin phasing in a no-smoking policy indoors. Bouddica, Black Prince and Braemar will make the changes in January, while Black Watch and Balmoral will go smoke-free indoors from April 13 and May 29, respectively.


Holland America Line

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted in cabins, including cabin balconies, on open decks and in designated areas in most public spaces.

Where You Can't: All restaurants are non-smoking, as is the show lounge during performances.


Louis Cruise Lines

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted on the open decks and in designated smoking areas in most public rooms.

Where You Can't: All cabins are non-smoking, as well as the dining room.

Cigar and Pipe Smoking: Cigar smoking is permitted only on the open decks.


Majestic America Line

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted on open decks, including cabin balconies.

Where You Can't: Smoking is prohibited in all indoor areas, including cabins.


MSC Cruises

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is only allowed indoors in the cigar rooms, the casinos and one dedicated lounge, and outdoors on one side of the sun deck.

Where You Can't: Each MSC ship is now 90 percent smoke-free. Smoking is prohibited in dining rooms, theaters and cabins (including cabin balconies).


Norwegian Cruise Line

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted in cabins, on open decks, and in casinos and cigar bars.

Where You Can't: All indoor public areas except casinos and cigar bars are non-smoking.


Ocean Village

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted in cabins, on open decks and in designated smoking areas of most public rooms.

Where You Can't: Restaurants, staircases, elevators and corridors are all non-smoking.


Oceania Cruises

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted only in the aft port side of Horizons, and the starboard forward section of the outdoor Pool Deck.

Where You Can't: All other areas are smoke-free. This includes all cabins and balconies, restaurants, public rooms and open decks except for the two designated smoking areas.

Caveat: In April 2006, Oceania tightened its smoking regulations with a new "zero tolerance" policy, which imposes strict penalties upon those who smoke outside designated areas -- up to and including disembarkation from the ship.


P & O Cruises

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted in one designated internal public space area onboard Arcadia, Aurora and Oriana, on certain areas of the open decks, in all cabins on Arcadia Aurora and Oriana, including balconies. Smoking is allowed on the balconies of Artemis, Oceana and Ventura.

Where You Can't: From October 2008, smoking will be prohibited in all enclosed public areas and in the cabins on Artemis, Oceana and Ventura.


Peter Deilmann Cruises

Where You Can Smoke: As of March 2008, smoking is permitted only on the open decks.

Where You Can't: The line is expanding the no-smoking restrictions on its European river fleet to include all areas inside the vessels without exception beginning in 2008. The policy will become effective at the start of the river cruise season in March 2008. All cabins, corridors and restaurants are also smoke free.

Princess Cruises

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted in cabins, including balconies, on the open decks and in designated areas in most public rooms.

Where You Can't: Smoking is prohibited in show lounges, elevators, dining rooms and all food service areas.

Cigar and Pipe Smoking: Cigar and pipe smoking is permitted only on the open decks.


Pullmantur Cruises

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted everywhere except in the non-smoking areas of the main restaurants. The line asks passengers to follow "the norms of good education and civility."

Where You Can't: The only non-smoking areas are in the main restaurants.


Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Where You Can Smoke: RSSC allows smoking on open decks, in casinos and at all pool bars. Smoking is also permitted in the Connoisseur Club on Seven Seas Mariner, Navigator and Voyager, and in designated smoking areas in lounges on each ship.

Where You Can't: RSSC does not allow smoking in suites, staterooms or on private balconies. Smoking is also not permitted in any enclosed dining areas.

Cigar and Pipe Smoking: Cigar smoking is permitted in the Connoisseur Club on Seven Seas Mariner, Navigator and Voyager, and in the designated area of the pool bar on those three ships and Paul Gauguin. Pipe smoking is permitted only in the Connoisseur Club on Mariner, Navigator and Voyager, and is prohibited in open deck areas and on all other ships.


Royal Caribbean

Where You Can Smoke: Beginning January 2008, smoking is permitted only on cabin balconies, on the starboard side of open decks and in the designated smoking areas of public rooms.

Where You Can't: With the adoption of the new smoking policy, smoking will be prohibited in all cabins (except on balconies) and in one public room on each ship. In addition, as always, dining areas and show lounges will be non-smoking, along with the port side of open decks.

Any passenger caught smoking in a cabin will be charged a $250 penalty. The new smoking policy will not be enacted until the summer 2008 season on Legend of the Seas, Rhapsody of the Seas and Splendour of the Seas.


Saga Cruises

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted in cabins, including balconies, in the designated smoking areas in many lounges, and on open decks.

Where You Can't: Smoking is prohibited in the dining room, cinema, theater, card room and library, as well as in the lounge during entertainment and lectures.

Cigar and Pipe Smoking: Cigar and pipe smoking is permitted on open decks, in the upper level of Club Polaris on Saga Rose and the View restaurant on Saga Ruby.


Seabourn Cruise Line

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted in guest suites, on the starboard side of the observation lounge and on open decks (including the Sky Bar area), with the exception of the outdoor section of Veranda Cafe.

Where You Can't: Effective August 2, 2008, smoking is prohibited in all public rooms except the starboard side of the observation lounge.

Cigar and Pipe Smoking: Cigar and pipe smoking is prohibited anywhere indoors, including in cabins, but is allowed after dinner in an outdoor area near Sky Bar.


SeaDream Yacht Club

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted outdoors on Decks 3, 4 and 6.

Where You Can't: Smoking is prohibited in all indoor spaces, including cabins, and outdoors on Decks 2 and 5.


Silversea Cruises

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is permitted in designated areas of The Bar, outside the Terrace Café, in the pool area, at the Panorama Lounge and in the Casino Bar, as well as in cabins, including balconies.

Where You Can't: The Restaurant, indoors at the Terrace Cafe, Saletta, the Show Lounge, Card/Conference Room, Library, Spa/Fitness Centre, Internet Point and Gift Shops/Boutiques are smoke-free.

Cigar and Pipe Smoking: Cigar and pipe smoking is permitted in designated areas outside at the Terrace Cafe and The Champagne Room.


Thomson Cruises

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is only permitted in strictly designated areas of the open deck.

Where You Can't: Smoking is not permitted anywhere inside the ship.


Windstar Cruises

Where You Can Smoke: Smoking is allowed on the open decks, in cabins and on the port side of the lounge on all ships. It is also permitted in the casino and on the port side of the Compass Rose on Wind Surf only.

Where You Can't: Smoking is prohibited in the restaurants on all Windstar ships.

Cigar and Pipe Smoking: Cigar and pipe smoking is permitted on the open decks only.
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We've noticed on the open portion of the lido deck, starboard is non-smoking
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