Traveling with Cue. Where can I vape? - World Tourism Day Edition
What Is World Tourism Day?
September 27th is World Tourism Day, which is meant to raise awareness on sustainable tourism and make tourism a catalyst for positive change. But what does that mean for you and your Cue while traveling? Read on for common rules and etiquette for a relaxing trip wherever you go.
Can I vape on a plane?
This is one of the most often asked questions. And in the US, the answer is no, you can’t. Federal regulation doesn’t allow using vapor products on any domestic or foreign airline flying to, from or within the U.S.
And you must bring e-cigarettes and vape devices on board the airplane, either in your pockets or in your carry on, due to the battery. Cue cartridges are allowed onboard as part of your quart-sized liquids bag, since they contain just 5ml of Cue e-liquid juice. But you may want to consider putting additional Cue e-liquid cartridges in your checked luggage so your carry on isn’t so heavy. Still put them in a plastic bag so that the leakage from air pressure changes don’t get on everything else.
Can I vape on a cruise?
Probably. Most cruises have designated areas, which could be indoors or outdoors, where you’ll be allowed to vape. Don’t assume that because you’re on deck you’re OK to vape. You may end up getting in trouble. So definitely check the rules of your ship or the ship you’re thinking of traveling on.
While cruise companies’ regulations vary (so double-check with them), in general:
Carnival allows vaping in common areas such as its casinos and nightclubs.
Royal Caribbean allows e-cigarettes use in designated outdoor areas on the starboard side of the ship, except on Oasis-class ships. It’s worth noting there aren’t any indoor vaping areas.
Princess Cruises and Costa Cruises allows you to vape in your room (although not on the balcony) and in designated areas across the ship, like a cigar lounge.
Do vape laws change if I travel to a different state?
Yes, and they can even change by city. Most states and localities have their own specific vaping laws, so do some research before you start on your journey. Here’s a helpful breakdown for each state and the local vaping laws: http://www.no-smoke.org/pdf/ecigslaws.pdf
What about my Cue if I’m traveling to the UK?
There’s currently no official laws on the use of e-cigarettes and vapor products. But property owners have the right to decide whether vaping is allowed in their space. Our recommendation: Check with a staff member before you start vaping in a common space.
Overall, use common sense when traveling with your Cue. Always show respect to people who may not appreciate having vapor blown around them, and make sure to follow the rules wherever you end up traveling!