James - Answered a Question by smith (26 Jan 09 10:14)

Hi just extending a little on Ingle's comment, agree confirmation of dress code should be included with your tickets, and discretion to relax in very hot climates etc. As commented, officially the proposed changes for Oceana & Ventura are due to be implemented from April 2009, at the beginning of Euro Med Season. Hopefully, someone else will drop in having recently returned from the Oceana providing some onboard insite................Note, as the subject of dress code historically has a tendency to become deliberated, I am merely trying to be helpful. Reiterating the proposed official changes from April, not whether or not I agree or disagree, or the degree of disrespect for dress codes illustrated on cruise ships.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by smith (26 Jan 09 09:50)

The information for your cruise will be in your ticket. Dress codes in the Caribbean have been four formal and 10 smart casual for some time. The changes are to make the European season the same on Oceana and Ventura only.

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Finnigan - Answered a Question by smith (07 Feb 09 13:03)

How do I follow the journey on my computer of the P&O Oceana - Feb 6th Cruise 2009.

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