Forest - Answered a Question by Brindley (20 Nov 08 21:53)

This information should be all in your pre cruise documentation. If you haven't recieved this yet, call P&O. They are normally very helpfull.

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Freemantle - Answered a Question by Brindley (20 Nov 08 09:58)

If this is a two week cruise then there would normally be 4 formal nights. If your agent can't tell you ring P&O and ask. When you get your cruise tickets it will tell you there.

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Taylor - Answered a Question by Brindley (30 Nov 08 13:44)

We have done this one.On a 14/15 night cruise you should expect at least 4 formal nights .Also if you are going to New Orleans in Jan /Feb it might be chilly.Also check out the Mardi Gras Parades,.

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