middleton - Answered a Question by Healy (26 Sep 07 13:41)

Ye.

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Setter - Answered a Question by Healy (26 Sep 07 15:56)

Yes---but I have to say that many of those who may follow you in that cabin will wish you had not!1Roll on the day when ships either adopt the same non smoking policy as now prevails in the UK or perchance make e.g port side cabins smoking and starboard cabins non-smoking!

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Healy - Answered a Question by Healy (26 Sep 07 19:11)

Sorry Setter,But we do use air freshners and I am only talking about one cigarette with a coffee in the morning.

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Ida and Neil Down - Answered a Question by Healy (26 Sep 07 21:17)

See what I mean ....it doesn't cross a smokers mind that it will annoy , inconvenience or even just be very unpleasant for others. The cabin staff, well they don't matter, they're just workers and used to it aren't they? Come on guys have the strength and will-power to wait at least until you on deck at the stern.....Neil Dow.

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