Harding - Answered a Question by Trewick (30 Apr 15 21:31)

A suit will suffice for formal nights. A DJ is not essential. If you do not wish to wear a suit, you can eat in the buffet. However you will look a little out of place as the great majority will be dressed up.

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Lacey - Answered a Question by Trewick (30 Apr 15 21:40)

A suit and tie would be fine.

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Reed - Answered a Question by Trewick (01 May 15 07:13)

I would say that about 90% of passengers that use the main dining room on formal nights wear a dinner suit but lounge suit is perfectly acceptable.

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