Ross - Answered a Question by Jordan (10 Sep 07 17:04)

There will be a mixture - some dinner suits and some normal suits - my husband always just takes a business suit and never looks out of place.

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Michaels - Answered a Question by Jordan (10 Sep 07 21:18)

Yes dinner suits are worn by over 50% of guests. we have just returned from a baltic cruise on theis ship it was fantastic.

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Tetlow - Answered a Question by Jordan (10 Sep 07 22:23)

On the last RCI cruise we went on it was 50-50 suits or tuxedos. We are on the 6th October NoS to the Canaries, and I will certainly be taking my DJ. So that's at least two of us then.

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gilliland - Answered a Question by Jordan (11 Sep 07 18:38)

Dont be so priggish! Your behaviour will probably make you stand out---Ive seen millionaires dine in lounge suits--they were at ease ADD I KNOW!

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Boyd - Answered a Question by Jordan (21 Sep 07 22:56)

What ever you prefer,Lounge suits or dinner suits, if there are more than 2 formal nights take them both with you and have a change just like the ladies regards Iren.

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