Queen Victoria is predominantly a non smoking vessel, however Cunard Line recognises that some guests may wish to smoke whilst on board and has therefore designated smoking areas on board the ship. Please be advised that all public spaces are non smoking except within clearly defined smoking areas. Outside, on the open decks, smoking is only permitted on the starboard side of deck 3 as well as the forward and aft areas of deck 10. Inside, smoking is only permitted within Churchill’s Cigar Lounge and the Empire Casino.
On board all ships, smoking is permitted in staterooms.
Whilst this is the current state of play do not assume that it will remain so in the future as the lines are being redrawn all the time now so you can expect changes, without consultation, at any time. .....Neil.
When you say clearly defined areas, are any of these areas in a Bar. I don't smoke a lot but do like a cigarette with a drink.
Smoking areas inside ALWAYS have a bar - expect champagne varities on tap in the cigar bar and anything you like in the casino. The casino is one place they dare not make non smoking !!!
Macro is spot on the casino is the only bar on this ship where you can smoke and have a drink 16 armchairs are provided so you do not need to stand at the bar.
As smoking is allowed in staterooms does this extent to stateroom balconies?
"In the funnal"with the rest of the smokers.
Just received communication from Cunard that smoking will not be allowed in any vessels casinos from the 22nd April 2010. strange as smokers like a gamble!