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No smoking in the restaurants or main theater. Smoking on one side of the ship in the outdoor areas. You can smoke in the cabins. Smoking on one side of lounges, but that doesn't make a difference because you can smell it no matter where you sit in the lounge.

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Just wondering what the smoking policies are on Carnival??



There is no FAQ section on Carnival's Web site detailing smoking policies, but we did find this ominous note in the Contract of Carriage: "© Guest acknowledges that Carnival's vessels contain non-smoking sections. Guest agrees to refrain from smoking in those sections and agrees that Carnival has the right to disembark the Guest for failure to observe Carnival's non-smoking policy." Carnival's policy is similar to most cruise line policies: No smoking in the restaurants, no smoking in the theatres and no smoking around the indoor aft pool (on the newer ships) because food is served there. Smoking is permitted on one side in lounges and out on deck, and in cabins.

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