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Whigham - Answered a Question by spence (10 Mar 08 15:13)

Hmm I feel that people drinking and gambling is not affecting anyone elses health so get into the 21st century and think about the comfort of your fellow passengers. K Whigham (a fellow smoker.

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thomas - Answered a Question by spence (01 Mar 08 13:24)

I agree-I don't smoke but my husband does--only in the cabin. Why can't the cruise line have designated ''smokers cabins' so that a non smoker could be sure of a smell free cabin.

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Buckley - Answered a Question by spence (02 Mar 08 10:01)

Yes would be the short answer and some do but it is changing some are starting to charge a clean up fee if people smoke in the cabins,think your offer to give up if they stop gambling and drinking childish,never had trouble with either but if the drinkers were urinating and causing air pollution as you smokers do in the cabinsi am on your side.

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dolan - Answered a Question by spence (02 Mar 08 11:50)

I agree, the cruiselines should state their smoking policy clearly and then people can decide whether or not to go with that cruiseline or ship depending on their personal habit.

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