Another Cruise Line Bans Smoking In Cabins

Silversea Cruises will become the latest cruise line to stamp out smoking in its cabins, starting in 2013.

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  • Norwegian Cruise Line latest to ban smoking on balconies
    Last summer, Cunard, P&O and Disney all decided to ban smoking on balconies, although the bans for Cunard and P&O, along with a ban from Royal Caribbean, didn’t come into effect until this year. Carnival cruise line more recently banned smoking on ...
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  • Norwegian Cruise Line bans balcony smoking
    Norwegian Cruise Line has become the latest cruise operator to prohibit smoking on stateroom balconies. The Miami-based cruise line announced the update to its smoking policy Wednesday; changes go into effect Nov. 1. In addition to the balcony ban, smoking ...
    07/16/2014 - 4:14 am | View Link
  • Norwegian Cruise Lines to ban smoking on balconies
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    07/16/2014 - 4:09 am | View Link
  • Norwegian Cruise Line bans smoking on balconies
    Norwegian Cruise Line joined the list of cruise lines that prohibit smoking on cruise ship cabin balconies. It said the policy takes effect Nov. 1. Passengers caught smoking will be fined $250. In addition, smoking in the casino will be limited to active ...
    07/16/2014 - 3:48 am | View Link
  • Carnival Cruise Lines to Ban Balcony Smoking
    nearly every major cruise line has prohibited smoking on private balconies. Don’t be shocked if Seabourn, Holland America, and other holdouts—we’re looking at you, Norwegian—announce their own bans sometime soon. The world’s most influential ...
    07/10/2014 - 10:27 am | View Link
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  • Another Cruise Line Bans Smoking on Balconies
    Holland America joins the ranks of other major cruise lines to ban smoking on balconies. New policy begins January 2017 and rolls out through May.
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  • Last Mainstream Cruise Line Bans Balcony Smoking
    Holland America Line has announced that they will ban smoking on the balconies of their cruise ships beginning in early 2017. Holland America Line is the last mainstream cruise line that serves the North American cruise market to make this change. Cruise lines have slowly made the change over the ...
    10/3/2016 - 11:37 am | View Website
  • Holland America Bans Smoking on All Its Cruise Ship Balconies
    EDT) -- Beginning January 2017, Holland America cruise line will ban smoking on all cabin balconies. "No smoking of any kind will be permitted on any stateroom verandah," according to a news release. "Smoking of cigarettes, cigars and pipes is already not permitted in any stateroom.
    10/3/2016 - 10:54 am | View Website
  • Cruise Line Bans Balcony Smoking
    Holland America Line will implement a new smoking policy beginning in January 2017. No smoking of any kind will be permitted on any stateroom verandah. Smoking of cigarettes, cigars and pipes is already not permitted inside any stateroom. Holland America Line details the new policy here ...
    09/30/2016 - 1:35 pm | View Website
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