mcguire - Answered a Question by Earle (26 Nov 08 15:18)

Hiya as bradley of worcester says it does not stop you getting dressed up .my wife and my self done island escape for our silver wedding in may .for 1 week and we got invatation to oasis restaurant.it was dinner with chef enginer he had his full uniform on just like captian does there were 2 other couples one was celibrating ruby wedding oyher couple was golden wedding .chef engginer had one of head staff from casino as his guest .what a lovley meal we had .any thing you wanted to eat or drink .we got phots taken as well .i was quite nervous as was sitting next to him had great time it was my wife who was sitting next to him .my wife thought it was wind up someone playing pranck when we got back to cabian at night and saw invatiton lying on.floor off cabin .they even sung to us it was tom lovley singer we told him he was in wrong job .bye the way this was 2003 sorry .

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Bradley - Answered a Question by Earle (22 Nov 08 13:05)

No, all evenings are of a casual nature although this doesn't stop the ladies wearing some very nice dresses (but not full length evening gowns), particularly in the specialist restaurants. The men don't normally wear jackets although one or two did when we were on there. Being in the Caribbean you will find the evenings quite a pleasant temperature out on deck so casual is appropriate and goes with the culture of the islands you will be visiting by day. I'm sure you will have a good time.

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Earle - replied to Bradley (28 Nov 08 18:00)

Thank you for taking the trouble to answer and I am looking forward to the cruise.

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