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sebyte

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  1. Thanks W&K, would appreciate any comments on cigar smokers and also facilities such as seating etc. smoking a cigar is a leisurely activity often best part of an hour. Good company and a beverage is a welcome bonus, standing around an ashtray post thing would detract from the enjoyment. Steve Sent from my iPad using Forums
  2. That is what I thought would be the situation. I guess I can get a drink from the nearest bar and take it with me, I am sure that I will not be the only cigar smoker onboard and may cross paths with another outcast :) Steve Sent from my iPad using Forums
  3. Hi, this is my first post having just found the forum. I am cruising on LOS on 17th March for 15 days via the Panama Cannal, and I confess I enjoy a cigar of an evening with a glass or two! When I cruised on the Oasis, we were allowed to use the (I think it was the C&A gold bar) which was accessed from deck 16 of an evening to smoke a cigar. With the new RCI smoking policy I see that there are designated locations in outdoors areas on the starboard side. My question is, is there an area near a bar, and also as cigar smokers tend to enjoy chewing the fat with other connoisseur while we partake of our vile habit, does anyone know if there is a preferred meeting place for us outcasts :) Steve Sent from my iPad using Forums
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