||Princess Cruise Lines Smoking policies for
their ships while on board. Princess Cruise lines smoking policy is
really hard to tack down. We looked at their website and chat
boards to find the info we have, which is not a lot. We did
receive a nice email from Cathy G. on June 8, 2010 and she gave us the
following information regarding her Princess experiences:
The smoking policy is not uniform on
Princess ships. We sailed in Alaska on two different cruises
during June 2009. We sailed on the Island Princess and the Coral
Princess. They both had very restrictive smoking policies. None
was allowed in the staterooms but was allowed on the balconies.
Also the ONLY place inside the ship besides the casino was a
room that was designated as the smoking room. It was lined with
wingback chairs and air purifiers. It was an absolute pleasure
for a non smoker to travel on these two ships. The open decks
allowed smoking only on one side as is so common now days.
We sailed on the Golden Princess in January 2010. Smoking was
allowed in more areas of the ship but one lounge was designated
as a smoking room. However it was very disappointing that they
would leave the doors to the lounge open so that the smoke could
travel out into the hallways and people had to walk through it
going to the theater. Very disgusting!
Smoke - Free Dining
To enhance your dining experience, we have established a smoke-free
dining policy. For your convenience, we offer other smoking areas
throughout the ship.
To achieve maximum comfort for our players we do not permit cigar or
pipe smoking in the casino.
Princess allows smoking in your cabin and on your veranda. The port side
of most bars and all open decks. There is also a smoking lounge,
Churchill's, just aft of the theater. Enjoy your cruise!
This is from the Princess web site:
- Everyone at Princess is committed to ensuring you have a great time on
your cruise. So, to preserve a relaxed and friendly atmosphere onboard,
we ask that you observe a few guidelines.
- When formal nights are held, please observe the dress code in the
Traditional Dining and Anytime Dining venues for the enjoyment of all
our guests. For details regarding this, please see the section entitled:
- Smoking is not allowed in the dining rooms, or any other food
service area, or in the show lounges and theaters. Smoking is permitted
in staterooms, stateroom balconies, and designated areas. As a courtesy
to your fellow passengers, please refrain from smoking pipes and cigars
in all public rooms.
If you have any further information regarding Princess Cruise lines
smoking or no smoking policies email them to us with a link for
verification. For information regarding
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