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Duff - Answered a Question by Ward (10 Dec 08 16:29)

Did this cruise in November and 90% of people wore them. Am sure you will enjoy. Regards Peter .

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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by Ward (09 Dec 08 16:12)

Yes.

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Bailey - Answered a Question by Ward (09 Dec 08 18:07)

Hi we are going on Sea Princess over New Year and husband is going to take formal dress for the 3 formal evenings. It is lovely to feel all dressed up - not many occasions to do so. I feel sure tuxedo would be acceptable and not 'over the top'. Even so who cares as long as it pleases you and yours. Sylvia.

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Wilba - Answered a Question by Ward (10 Dec 08 07:56)

I can't think of a reason not to!......Wilba.

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Macro - Answered a Question by Ward (10 Dec 08 08:15)

You could take a dinner suit or evening dress. You dont have to take anything american.

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Jones - Answered a Question by Ward (15 Dec 08 10:24)

I hired mine with shoes shirts ect, via the link on Princess's web site,(cruiselineformal.com) when we arrived in our cabin it was already hanging in the robe. it only cost $100 and you have not got the hassle of taking one with you and the getting it pressed ect, what i would say though is try everything on straight away if anything does not fit phone Valet and he will exchange it on board (but they only have limited numbers for exchanges on board) As stated it seems that most people wear them on formal nights, dont forget to get to the photo points early to miss the queues. have a great time.

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