Aldrich - Answered a Question by beard (16 Jul 08 16:47)

Are you on the 14n cruise - then if so 3 formal nights and the rest casual.

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barr - Answered a Question by beard (18 Jul 08 17:04)

We have just returned from 14 night cruise on independance of the seas fab ship by the way you will love it. on formal nights dress was mixed men wore dinner suits or suits but some just wore shirts and ties ladies wore a mixture of long short or short dresses ,skirts or trousers and tops the rest of time majority of people dressed casually. I was worried before going that you would need to dress up but we could have done with taking more casual clothes for night as anything goes even jeans BB Falkirk .

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