tanner - Answered a Question by French (15 Jun 08 08:11)

Do you get a glass of champagne when you sail then, is it free or do you pay for it.

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smith - Answered a Question by French (16 May 08 11:21)

It will be a casual dress night and very often if you have not got your luggage you will see many people in the clothes they arrived in no one takes any notice, as so many people so many people are in the same boat, excuse the pun. Enjoy you cruise we like the sea princes.

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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by French (16 May 08 11:27)

The dress code for the embarkation evening is almost always casual and the drill and procedures for first nights all well practiced so you will not miss a thing. (Unless you are flying from Termial 5, Heathrow!) Nei.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by French (16 May 08 12:00)

Lifeboat drill normally takes place around 4:15 so you still have time for a glass of champagne when you sail at 5pm. Dresscode is normally casual first night. You should get all the details with your ticket.

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taylor - Answered a Question by French (16 May 08 12:50)

Casual on first evenin.

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