All cruise ships allow smoking in certain areas, which are typically designated in outdoor smoking zones and sometimes in casinos, nightclubs, cigar lounges and cabin balconies (depending on the cruise line).
The rest of the ship is firmly nonsmoking, however, and that includes all staterooms, restaurants and theaters.
Which cruise lines allow smoking on balconies?
Cruise Smoking Policies – At a glance
|Cruise Line||Dedicated smoking areas on deck?||Smoking on stateroom balconies|
|Norwegian Cruise Line||Yes||No|
|Princess Cruises||Yes||No (e-cigarettes can be smoked in your stateroom)|
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Can you smoke on a cruise ship Carnival?
Carnival Cruise Line is cracking down on smokers. Tobacco smoking is allowed in designated areas, including the exterior decks of its ships, in casinos and nightclubs. It is prohibited in all staterooms, including outside balconies. Carnival’s list of smoking locations on each ships can be found here.
Can you smoke on a Royal Caribbean cruise?
You must be at least 18 years of age to purchase, possess or use tobacco onboard. Electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes are only permitted within the designated smoking areas. Royal Caribbean International kindly asks all guests to please observe the smoking policy.
Can you smoke on a Norwegian cruise ship?
Norwegian Cruise Line
Public areas throughout all our ships are smoke-free. If you smoke regular or electronic cigarettes, you can do so in designated areas only. On ships with The Waterfront, smoking is permitted on the starboard side excluding any food service areas.