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All dining areas of Carnival's ships are non-smoking, as well as the aft cabaret lounge, main show
lounge, library and along the promenade. Carnival's new spa staterooms aboard the Carnival Splendor
have also been designated as non-smoking. Guests booked in these staterooms agree to comply with
these restrictions. Guests who are found smoking in a spa stateroom will incur a $250 reconditioning fee
that will be applied to their Sail and Sign account.  Smoking is permitted in all other areas of Carnival's
ships including casinos, dance clubs, piano bars and other live music venues, as well as designated
areas on open decks.

Smoking is prohibited in all staterooms and on stateroom verandas, as well as in any dining venue,
casino, theater, hallway, elevator or corridor onboard. Cigarette smoking will only be permitted in
designated indoor and outdoor areas of Celebrity's ships. Any guest caught violating this policy will be
subject to a $250 cleaning fee, which will be charged to the guest's onboard account and may also be
address through Celebrity Cruises' Guest Conduct Policy. Cigarettes, cigars and pipe tobacco must be
properly disposed of and never thrown overboard. In addition, smoking is prohibited on all components of
the land tour portion of all Celebrity Cruises cruise tours.

Smoking is only allowed in designated areas in most public rooms onboard. However, smoking is
prohibited in the main restaurants and in show lounges.

Smoking is allowed in Churchill's Cigar Lounge and designated areas on the open deck, as well as in
staterooms and on all private balconies. Smoking will not be permitted in any other inside area of the ship,
including the casino. Smoking of cigars and pipes is only permitted in Churchill's Cigar Lounge.

Smoking is prohibited in all interior areas of Disney's ships in accordance with the Florida Clean Indoor
Air Act. However, guests are permitted to smoke on private verandahs and on the starboard-side of open
air decks.

Holland America
All showrooms and dining areas on Holland America's vessels are non-smoking. Designated smoking
and non-smoking areas are available in most lounges. Currently, there is no restriction on smoking in
staterooms; however, all rooms are thoroughly cleaned between cruises.

Public areas throughout all of Norwegian's ships are non-smoking. However, smoking is permitted in
staterooms, balconies, in the casino and Cigar Bar (where available). Pipes or cigars will only be
permitted in the Cigar Bar or designated smoking lounge. Guests may smoke outside on open decks as
long as they are away from food venues, sport decks, kids' pool areas and other designated non-smoking

Non-smoking areas include all dining rooms, or any other food service area, and in show lounges and
theaters on Princess' ships. Smoking is only allowed in staterooms, stateroom balconies and designated
areas. Smoking pipes and cigars is prohibited in all public rooms aboard their ships.

Royal Caribbean
Smoking is prohibited in any dining venue, theater, hallway or corridor, as well as inside any stateroom or
on Oasis-class Boardwalk or Central Park private balconies. However, smoking is permitted on private
ocean-view balconies of balcony/suite staterooms, in designated interior areas and outdoors on the
starboard side of the ship. The Cigar Lounge is a designated area for pipe and cigar smoking. There will
be another designated area for pipe and cigar smoking if the ship is not equipped with such a lounge.
Guests who disregard Royal Caribbean's smoking policy will be charged a $250 penalty on their SeaPass
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