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Wilba - Answered a Question by Dyer (18 Jun 08 19:29)

It's rare to see many men of any age in jackets on Informal Nights these days. Smart trousers, shirt/tie & shoes is more the norm. Be aware though, on Formal Nights I have witnessed guys turned away from the Main Dining Room on Galaxy for not wearing a jacket, & directed towards alternative dining.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by Dyer (18 Jun 08 20:49)

When are you sailing? On all sailings on or after August 1, 2008, the dress code will no longer include "informal" nights - There will be "smart casual" nights and "formal" nights only, on all sailings fleetwide. From my experience Celebrity DOES enforse the dress code and I have seen people being turned away from dining room for not having jacket/tie on formal night. Also you are expected to remain in formal dress for whole evening. It only costs a few £ to buy a suit in Tesco or Asda - if you can afford the cruise you can afford to buy this too? On Informal night jacket, or at least long sleeved shirt and tie are expected.

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Dyer - Answered a Question by Dyer (19 Jun 08 07:19)

Thankyou both for your answers, they both have dinner jackets and dickie bows for formal nights, and they look gorgeous, however, by the time my daughter and I have packed all our outfits, there is not too much room left in the suitcase for the boys (shame) and on a fly cruise our luggage space is limited.

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Wilba - replied to Dyer (19 Jun 08 10:55)

Hi! Couldn't help noticing you referred to 'The Suitcase'. You are allowed a suitcase each + hand luggage each if your flying. Happy Packing!

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