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Robertson - Answered a Question by Blackman (05 May 08 11:27)

I would suggest it would be a good idea. It may be a bit chilly otherwise.

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Wilba - Answered a Question by Blackman (05 May 08 11:33)

It is advisable as the air conditioning can be quite chilly if your not wearing any clothe.

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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by Blackman (05 May 08 14:08)

Yes, otherwise the soup stings when it drips in your lap. ...Nei.

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Setter - Answered a Question by Blackman (05 May 08 16:12)

Please please PLEASE let us know which cruiseship/line you have in mind!!!Without this basic info. none of us can help you and quite frankly I imagine a number of regular repliers are becoming a little irritated (as I am) at how many enquirers are leaving out this most basic fact when asking questions!We are a friendly bunch on here, I think, but go on, give us a chance to be of some help, or we may loose the will to live.

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middleton - Answered a Question by Blackman (05 May 08 19:49)

There are cruises for nudists even on these cruises you have to wear clothes for dinner if you state cruise line/ ship then a more detailed reply can be give.

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Taylor - Answered a Question by Blackman (05 May 08 20:17)

Yes, I am not aware of any cruise lines that do nude dining!! Seriously, almost all cruise ships have dress codes, and almost all have areas where you don't need to dress formally.

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