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Bleakley - Answered a Question by Cruiser (20 Jun 10 15:59)

P and O will send you the dress codes about 7weeks before you sail wera what YOU want you have paid for it .

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Bosscat - Answered a Question by Cruiser (20 Jun 10 16:25)

Artemis is quite a formal ship, however.

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thomas - Answered a Question by Cruiser (22 Jun 10 13:57)

Probably 3 formal nights where the vast majority of gentleman weat tuxedos and the ladies ''go to town'' for glamour!

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Scaling - Answered a Question by Cruiser (27 Jun 10 10:08)

Hi, we are going on Arcadia this Sunday on a twelve night cruise to The Canaries and have been told we have three formal nights, these consist of men in either dinner suits or dark lounge suits and ladies in long or cocktail dresses, two nights are semi formal, men to have a jacket or suit and ladies probably a posh frock or even trousers, the other nights dress will be smart casual, i have been with P&O before and the ladies wear lovely ball gowns so you will look the part if you like dressing up! The first cruise we had with P&O i worried i wouldn't take the correct wear and to tell the truth nearly anything goes, i do think though that passengers do make an effort, last year we were with NCL, and that was very layed back, no dressing up atall and i did miss it, (my husband didn't!). Hope you enjoy your cruise, i will probably write when i get back so if you want to know anymore ,do ask,----Angie S.

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