Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by harvey (27 Nov 07 10:45)

Can I suggest you type in the word "dress" in the "Search" box and you will have more than sufficient answers for many companies and ships...regards...Id.

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mcguire - Answered a Question by harvey (27 Nov 07 12:58)

Island crises is relaxed friendly and informal you can dress up over the top if you like if you go to oasis you can were sparkle as its nice restaurant you pay a small surplus thats on escape then you have steak house on island star they have deal for 2 25 POUNDS FOR YOUR 3COURSE AND BOTTLE OF WINE WITH YOUR MEAL YOU GET WAITER SERVICE IN STEAK HOUS E AND OASI.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by harvey (27 Nov 07 18:21)

What cruise line and what ship? What do you define as dressing up??? Personally I welcome the opportunity to don the glad rags as we get so little chance these days with the increasingly sloppy casual dress code adopted by many......

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scales - Answered a Question by harvey (28 Nov 07 13:30)

Presumably you mean formal nights, every other time it is smart casual. NCL, no. Celebrity, yes. Princess, yes. RCI, yes-ish! All of these ships have many US citizens, who don't like getting dressed up, but who do make an effort on celebrity & Princess.

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Collins - Answered a Question by harvey (08 Dec 07 15:39)

This would depend on what cruise line you go with. We normally try and go formal as we rarely have this opportunity as Aldrich says scoiety tody has forget how to dress, e.g. jeans for the theatre.... We also like to be waited on and pampered, after all this is what we cruise for. However we also did Island Star and it was super, apart from feeling overly dressed sometimes. Happy sailing.

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