Where can you smoke cigars on this ship?

Is there a poker table on the ship?

Tags: Royal Caribbean Adventure of the Seas

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Royal Caribbean

Where You Can Smoke: On all Royal Caribbean ships, smoking is permitted in designated areas of the open decks. (For most ships, this will be on the starboard side; on Oasis-class ships, it's on the port side.) Casino Royale allows smoking, but has designated nonsmoking areas as well. Mariner of the Seas and Voyager of the Seas offer one indoor smoking venue apiece.

Where You Can't: Smoking is prohibited in all cabins and on all balconies. All inside public spaces (with the exception of the two ships mentioned above) are nonsmoking, as are the Central Park and Boardwalk neighborhoods on Oasis-class ships. Electronic cigarettes are only permitted within designated smoking areas.

Cigar and pipe smoking is permitted in designated outdoor areas and cigar bars, called the Connoisseur Club. Connoisseur Clubs can be found on Freedom-class and Voyager-class ships. Cigarette smoking is not allowed in the Connoisseur Club.

I think the answer from Kennicott was most informative.

It most certainly arguing with the horses mouth eh? (sorry KENN...that came out wrong!)...But I was on a few cruises immediately after the no smoking except in certain areas policy was adopted. and I can tell you it wasn't a pleasant sight. As a result of one such encounter with a chain smoker on the balcony next to mine, I was given a $750 OBC,,,and I was told that they would be assessed an additional cleanup fee. Casinos are without a doubt the worst offenders...ventilation systems on cruise ships range from quite good, to totally inadequate. In another thread, another poster was concerned about getting a room under the MDR...she was helped, in here, and changed her room...Ive got another...any room or restaurant near enough to the casino to smell it. Some ships you walk thru the casino to get almost anywhere on that deck...done on purpose no doubt...our clothes smell afterwards. No reason to buy cigarettes, just breathe...

There were a couple of ships we sailed that had smoking lounges as part of a "whiskey bar". They offered various drinks that could be paired with cigars.

I believe that NCL does that as there is a cigar lounge right by their whiskey bars on most of their ships

Totally agree with you. We have had the same experience with the casino area especially on Carnival.


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