ToddTheCruiser
Contributor Level: Staff Captain

Relaxing on tbe balcony.

Is it ok to bring a small grill to use on the balcony if its on the leeward side of the ship to bave a cook out?

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meghad23
Contributor Level: Captain

I would say no... If irons are not allowed in the room, and smoking is not allowed on the balcony, I would say no to the grill.....

ToddTheCruiser
Contributor Level: Staff Captain

Yeah.. I know

Just having fun with a dumb questionHappy

JusMe
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

I bring lumber and a cutting torch with me so I can cut my balcony railing and extend my balcony out an extra 10 to 15 feet with a nice deck.   I then get some lounge chairs from the pool deck,  a table and chairs from the lido and string up some party lights.   I tried to bring my own hot tub for the deck but the Uber refused to tie it to roof on the drive to the port.  Sure it is a bit of work,  but saves a fortune over paying for a suite with a big deck.Big Smile

ToddTheCruiser
Contributor Level: Staff Captain

Lol!  Sometimes a dumb question like mine chain reacts to more.  This site is fun. 😀

ctav
Contributor Level: Captain

 

Nope and before you ask, a rice cooker is a no no too.

 

 

 

ToddTheCruiser
Contributor Level: Staff Captain

Lol. That was a funville discussion about a rice cooker.

noname111
Contributor Level: Captain

No. No. No.

 

Lighting up a grill on a cruise ship is a sure way of getting invited to leave at the next port. It would also tick off your neighbors beyond belief.

ctav
Contributor Level: Captain

 

Yeah and remember the request for a Spinning Wheel?

 

Bubba54
Contributor Level: Captain

I have a balcony on NCL Sun in about a week, Can I get a quote for the extension JusMe? 

OldGreyWolf
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

It would depend on what you were grilling ... if fish the indigenous neighbours down below would take great exception to than and if fowl the indigenous neighbours up above will squawk. However it be beef or pork you might just get away with it. 

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