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Old September 12th, 2008, 10:52 AM
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Our neighbors just returned from a 14-day Alaska Cruise on Princess and couldn't enjoy their balcony because their neighbors were heavy smokers. We'll be on Spirit on a 8 day cruise (Empress deck, #6170). We were soooo looking forward to enjoying the balcony. Now I'm concerned. Has anyone experienced stinky neighbors?? 8) Thanks!
It could be a problem if you are real sensitive to smoke. But we have never had a problem with that. Love balconies!
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Our neighbors just returned from a 14-day Alaska Cruise on Princess and couldn't enjoy their balcony because their neighbors were heavy smokers. We'll be on Spirit on a 8 day cruise (Empress deck, #6170). We were soooo looking forward to enjoying the balcony. Now I'm concerned. Has anyone experienced stinky neighbors?? 8) Thanks!
Just came back from Alaska last week. We had an inside cabin and we could smell smoke from the cabin across the hall .
In jan 08 we had a balcony on MOS and some neighbors smoked cigars on the balcony. We had to close our door because on the stinky smoke that drifted into our cabin.
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In my experience I have smelled smoke that is not of the cigarette variety quite a few times...
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It seems that many cigar smokers think that the non-smoking rule
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we are smokers and sometimes it is hard to feel ok with these types of posts. Mostly because there tends to be a hint of "what scumbuckets they must be to be smokers!"...I understand non smokers are bothered, and i respect them greatly. I never smoke where its not ok, and if someone seems bothered i put it out, or make sure they are down wind or i'm not just blowing any which way. I also do believe its fair to ban smoking inside the state rooms. I dont smoke in my own house i'm not about to be bottled up in a 14x14 foot room with smoke hanging around. As for balconies tho, no way. I probably wouldnt cruise if it meant having to hike all the way up to the lido deck or the casino just to have a smoke.

On that note, cigar's dont bother me that much, i love a good pipe smell, but if its not allowed on the balcony (the cigar) and it bothered you, its fine to call security and let them know to please KINDLY ask the room next to yours to refrain from the cigars. (not everyone will be as kind as the gentleman who stopped his smoking AND sent wine, believe me."

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I'm not putting my cigars out on my balcony. Get fans, you non-smokers!

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We also were in the AFTcabins. We were on the Valor.....no problems with smoke.
We did have the same problems with the morning shower from above. It washed down many things onto our balcony.

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Last year, we took the Transatlantic Cruise of the Carnival Freedom in an Outside Balcony cabin. The cabin we selected (8418) was chosen for two reasons - its proximity to the elevator lobby and the fact that it was three decks above the lounge that our friends were performing in.

Unfortunately, the occupants of 8416 were heavy smokers - and it appeared that they knew exactly when my wife would go out on the balcony, because it seemed every time she went out to enjoy the balcony, they would appear, cigarette in hand.

Further, they smoked so much in their cabin that you had to hold your breath passing their door to avoid inhaling the second hand smoke. I am not exaggerating - several others on the floor made the same observation.

It got to the point that my wife went to the Purser's Desk to complain. We had paid for an outside balcony, but could not use the balcony because of the situation. They were sympathetic, but were unable to do anything about it at the time. However, the next day, we were contacted and advised that a cabin on the other side of the same deck had opened up - the passengers in the cabin had not gotten their luggage and decided, after several days aboard, to abort their cruise in Malaga, Spain and return home.

Carnival even gave us the choice to sleep in the new cabin for one night before deciding. We checked with the cabin stewards and were told that there were no known smokers for several cabins in either direction. The capper was that my wife was able to take a nap on the balcony that afternoon - the first time in eight days that she had spent more than three minutes enjoying the balcony we paid for.

We moved to the new cabin (8375) and enjoyed the remainder of the cruise in smoke-free bliss.

In contrast, our cruise this past June on the Carnival Liberty was only slightly impacted by smoking on the balcony. We booked one of the aft cabins with the extended balcony (6487) and were able to enjoy the balcony, even though the couple two balconies down were smokers - I am sure that the fact that the balcony was at the back of the ship and, therefore, the smoke went out to sea while we were underway had a lot to do with it.

BTW, although we did find a wet balcony from time to time, we never experienced the washing down and debris that others have described. Not saying it doesn't happen, but we did not experience it in six days aboard.
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Never smoke but I once had a balcony between 2 others shared by the same family, had to tell them to quit hollering across our balcony, how rude can you get!
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We have 2 balconies coming up in the next 5 months.

One is a Spa Balcony where no smoking is permitted. YEAH

Second is the very FIRST balcony on that side of a Fantasy class ship..U70. So the ship motion and our fans should be able to redirect any smoke IF our neighbors are smokers.
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I'm not putting my cigars out on my balcony. Get fans, you non-smokers!
Ok, break the rules if you want to.

But when Carnival has to ban it completely because some folks don't have the common decency to follow the rules...don't come complaining on here.

You will have no one but yourself to blame.
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Never smoke but I once had a balcony between 2 others shared by the same family, had to tell them to quit hollering across our balcony, how rude can you get!
My girl and I had a balcony in between relatives. They were pretty cool, though. They didn't complain about my cigar smoke, and I didn't complain about their crying baby. We lived and let live, so to speak. We had some pleasant conversations, too.

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We have only been on one cruise so far... on the Carnival Destiny.

Seemed that every time we tried to enjoy our balcony one of the neighbours would come out and light up. We didn't say anything and would just go back in and shut the door - no biggie. Although we were pretty shocked at how stinky the hallways were due to people smoking in their cabins - I agree that it shouldn't be allowed.

Other than that we avoided the bars and casino... I guess it ended up saving us a bunch of money.

Hoping the newer Freedom will be better (fresh air systems wise)... if not I think we will have to go elsewhere.
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My husband and I are both non-smokers and what bothers us is going into the lounges at night , such as the piano bar, and have to leave because of the cigarette smell .
You would think that Carnival would offer bars/lounges for the non smoking people .
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My Fiance' always smokes a cigar on the balcony in the evening. He also speaks to both cabins on either side of us to ask them if that is ok and would it bother them? He does not abuse it and they always say go ahead in fact most of the time they usually hang out at the same time and chat between the dividers. Never did we ever receive a complaint and if we did we would comply to the others wishes if the cigar smoke bothered them. I in fact would be the first one to complain as I am not a smoker and it never bothered me.
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My Fiance' always smokes a cigar on the balcony in the evening. He also speaks to both cabins on either side of us to ask them if that is ok and would it bother them? He does not abuse it and they always say go ahead in fact most of the time they usually hang out at the same time and chat between the dividers. Never did we ever receive a complaint and if we did we would comply to the others wishes if the cigar smoke bothered them. I in fact would be the first one to complain as I am not a smoker and it never bothered me.
I also smoke on the balcony in the evening, and also in the morning, sometimes before my girl gets up.

One morning, in Las Vegas, at Mandalay Bay, I was taking a bubble bath, drinking, smoking a cigar and perhaps watching TV. I closed the door to the bathroom to prevent some of the smoke from entering the other area, where she was sleeping. (She has never smoked a dreg of anything in her life.)

All of a sudden she came in, bringing a chair and sitting on it. I asked her what she was doing, pointing out that I'd closed the door to prevent some of the smoke from disturbing her.

She told me she was there to keep me company! And she did, too, until I finished my cigar...

She also designed and hand-sewed (as in, no sewing machine) a smoking jacket for me for Valentine's Day. Rust-colored paisley, with a red satin color... Fabulous!

She's going to make me another one for our next encounter. Such a sweetheart!
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Welsh sounds like you have a very special lady who loves you very much!
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I am a smoker and have been for 46 years. I will be cruising on the Fascination on Oct. 4. I have booked myself and my 42 yr old daughter. I intentionally booked a veranda balcony cabin (V11) because I smoke but my daughter does not.

I have a physical each year and my doctor states that smoking, even for so long a time, has not affected my health. I enjoy smoking and do my best not to smoke around nonsmokers.

While I do not plan to smoke in my cabin, which would be legal, I do, however, plan to smoke on my balcony which I paid $900 extra in order to do. I hope that no one wishes to complain about my smoke because I will read them the riot act and then maybe the patriot act,
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Is it possible that non-smokers on Carnival don't realize they have a choice of booking the non-smoking side of the ship?

I think this would solve all these problems.
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I enjoy smoking and do my best not to smoke around nonsmokers.

While I do not plan to smoke in my cabin, which would be legal, I do, however, plan to smoke on my balcony which I paid $900 extra in order to do. I hope that no one wishes to complain about my smoke because I will read them the riot act and then maybe the patriot act,
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The no-smoking side only refers to the open decks of the ship. Not the rooms. The only non-smoking rooms are the Spa rooms.
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Thanks Carrie,

I appreciate it! Now I can cross Carnival off my list.

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Just returned, 09-27-08, from Alaskan Cruise on Golden Princess, our first cruise. Overall it was great and would do it again.

The only negative really was the smoke. We would not let it ruin our trip nor obsess over it so much that we would only think of that. But on an Alaskan Cruise leaving the balcony door open was just fantastic for us. Except when our neighbors would come out to light up and the smoke would filter into our room. Great wakeup call early in the morning!

Or while we were trying to enjoy the scenic cruising they came out as well and along with their chain smoking, coughing, & hacking would take away from the enjoyment some. I swear I thought one of them was going to die and some of you were worried about butts on your balcony….we were worried a lung was going to be heaved onto ours! A bunch of us would look up at this poor guy and there he was cranking on that cigarette and alternating with his oxygen mask! You just gotta wonder about that?

Being new to cruising I guess it is something we will just have to put up with? Are there smoke free cruise lines? How about smokers’ cabins be reserved to the aft most cabins only? Let them share the wealth so-to-speak?
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Off the top of my head... Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, Oceania, and Regent do not allow smoking in cabins OR on private balconies.

Norwegian Cruise Lines allow smoking in cabins and on balconies, but forbids it in all public indoor spaces, other than in the casino, or outdoors nearby to where food is served.
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YES! The balcony was such a pleasant space until someone "lit up." The smoke carries and is horrible. I would LOVE to see completely smoke-free cruises.

However the worst thing we experienced was another passenger urinating over the side of the balcony. His stream blew back onto many balconies (thankfully not mine.) I reported him and the cruise staff said that he was probably just pouring out a drink. I informed them that I actually saw his penis urinating. I never knew if any action was taken against the man.
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... I do, however, plan to smoke on my balcony which I paid $900 extra in order to do. I hope that no one wishes to complain about my smoke because I will read them the riot act and then maybe the patriot act,
Well, I propose a place we can both enjoy the cruise but your answer is F me and my $900 for my balcony. See my clear air does not affect you like your smoke affects me and my family. You can enjoy your cigarettes and the rest of be da__ed. It is the 'I got mine and I ain't worried 'bout nobody else' is the kind of attitude that makes it bad for other smokers who try to enjoy themselves without irritating others. And since you and I are about the same age I'll be glad to meet you in the hall and we can discuss your patriot act one on one. Not because of your smokes, but because of your attitude....have nice day.
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Off the top of my head... Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, Oceania, and Regent do not allow smoking in cabins OR on private balconies.

Norwegian Cruise Lines allow smoking in cabins and on balconies, but forbids it in all public indoor spaces, other than in the casino, or outdoors nearby to where food is served.
I am thinking that Royal Caribbean still allowed smoking on the balconies, just not in the cabins...unless something has changed recently???

Celebrity and Azamara have both followed Oceanias lead in only allowing smoking in 2 small places on the ship (and not in any major public areas like the casino etc).

It would be nice if there were a couple of Carnival ships like that.

We only cruise Carnival and that is one of the reasons I don't book a balcony. Why pay the extra money and have a 25% chance of not being able to use it?

We do have a Spa Balcony on the Splendor because all of those cabins are nonsmoking....but we booked an Spa Interior and the Upgrade Fairy handled the rest....thank you Upgrade Fairy!!!
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Our neighbors just returned from a 14-day Alaska Cruise on Princess and couldn't enjoy their balcony because their neighbors were heavy smokers. We'll be on Spirit on a 8 day cruise (Empress deck, #6170). We were soooo looking forward to enjoying the balcony. Now I'm concerned. Has anyone experienced stinky neighbors?? 8) Thanks!
Yes, anyone that has been in the cabin next to me. 8)
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As for pot. Its illegal everywhere. I'd most definitly call security on that one. For gosh sakes, there are children on board. I dont care who you are, i'll bust you if i see you.
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