Is Smoking Permitted Onboard?
All of the vessels differ in their policy on smoking. We found the following smoking policies on some of the vessels’ websites below. In general, smoking is never allowed onboard (above or below deck). Some vessels permit smoking on daily shore excursions. You should confirm the smoking policy with vessel of your choice.
The American Eagle does not allow smoking below deck.
The Angelique allows smoking on the Leeward side (the side protected from the wind) of the vessel, but smoking is not permitted below deck or in the deckhouse.
The Heritage allows smoking on deck, but smoking below is prohibited. Passengers are asked to be mindful of the wind direction and to kind to other passengers on deck.
The Ladona only allows smoking in the skiff or during daily trips ashore.
The Lewis R. French is 100% smoke free and has been for 15 years.
The Mary Day only allows smoking on deck only and they host one cruise every year near the last week of July where smoking is prohibited.
The Stephen Taber only allows smoking in the skiff or during daily trips ashore.
The Victory Chimes allows smoking on deck only, in restricted areas. Passengers are asked to respect the direction of wind and be kind to other passengers who are on deck.