Wilba - Answered a Question by Belcher (12 Jun 08 07:12)

Typically 2 Formal Nights on a 7 night cruise where casual is not acceptable & the rest of the cruise Smart Casual.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by Belcher (12 Jun 08 09:03)

Formal means formal. Suit and tie please. Don't be sloppy.

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Guy - Answered a Question by Belcher (12 Jun 08 12:59)

I've not sailed with MSC Cruises but you'll probably find most men in black tie amd women in long or cocktail dresses, though a lounge suit and shirt and tie are usually acceptable.

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Walker - Answered a Question by Belcher (19 Sep 08 13:00)

We have been with MSC several times, you can be as formal as you want to be, last time hubby didn't take a tux or a tie, and we were not out of place - it was relaxed and fabulous. We were still invited to dine with the Captain and to the exclusives cocktail party, and if we had worn 'full blown' formal - we would have been the only ones.

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