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This neil clown.dont you have any thing better to do than type shit all the time.go and clean your bedroom or do mummys shopping.your off your head.bring back smoking in pubs.they cost enough if none smokers dont like it tough.move away.that simple.thet cost enough so smoke them.this country has had it.
Smoking policy is one of these issues subject to review it might even change between booking a cruise and joing the ship but with RCI smoking is only permitted in designated areas and outdoors on the Starboard side of the ship (contact the Guest Services for details). Smoking is not permitted in any dining venue, theater, hallway or corridor. Smoking is not permitted inside any stateroom or on Oasis class Boardwalk or Central Park private balconies, however, it is permitted on private ocean view balconies of balcony/suite staterooms. A $250 penalty will be applied to the SeaPass for guests found smoking in staterooms or on the private balconies in Boardwalk and Central Park onboard Oasis class ships. Pipe & cigar smoking is only permitted within the Cigar lounge. If no Cigar lounge exists on the ship, there will be a designated area for pipe & cigar smoking, you will find out the location once onboard. Cigarettes, cigars and pipe tobacco must be properly disposed of and never thrown overboard.
Thanks for the reply.its only my wife who smokes i quit 14 monthes ago.
I think the smoking situation on board should be clearly displayed on the overview of each ship ie. where you can smoke. There is an obvious need for this as clearly a simple question appears to be unable to be answered without the holier than thou attitude of the anti-smoking brigade barging in with disparaging remarks and causing offence and your,e probably non the wiser yet. Does the above example mean there are designated area,s in the bars?
Your not jack are you?
On deck three at the rear of the ship there is a door that leads to a gangplank which in turn leads to a small shed being towed behind the ship..... that's the place for a smoke. .... Neil.
Get your tin helmet on Neil.......love it... LOL.......Wilba.
Thanks Wilba but I'm so thick skinned (caused by O P 's smoke) I don't need any type of helmet ... Neil.
Well Neil, After years of your sarcastic comments on smoking the people are fighting back LOL.
Why don't you answer a civil question in a civil manner? O.K. so you clearly don't like cigarette smoke, that's fine and understandable, however I don't see a need for you to make sarcastic remarks about people who do enjoy a cigarette and as long as they enjoy it in a designated area in which you don't have to venture I don't see what your problem is. Your remark is both rude and uncalled for. The fact that you are "thick skinned" comes as no surprise.