BLYTH - Answered a Question by Truman (16 Sep 08 15:39)

On the casual nights I go for short sleeved caribbean style shirt oven quite bright and trousers whereas my wife will still wear a dress but not so up market as for formal or informal nights. I always say whatever you find most comfortable in within reason.

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a - Answered a Question by Truman (16 Sep 08 13:38)

Casual night - I wear capris and a pretty top, DH wears chinos and a long sleeved shirt. Just like what I would wear to a restaurant. Formal night most will be in Tuxedo and suit. Make sure you sign up for the meet and mingle..

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parkinson - Answered a Question by Truman (16 Sep 08 22:17)

Hi truman, we are also on this cruise and cannot wait, dress is alot more relaxed than on other cruises which is something i agree with especially when on a family boat, couldnt do the tux and evening dress with 2 yr old in tow, you have the option on dress.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by Truman (17 Sep 08 10:14)

Mr Parkinson and Mr Trman - please sign up for the meet and mingle which is a party thrown by RCI for certain select guests. To do this you have to register; go to royalcaribbean.co.uk >contact us> FAQs > and then under the On Board section it tells you how. You will have to register (it is free). You will get a lot of benefits and feedback and useful info by registereing on this other site...

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Walsh - Answered a Question by Truman (25 Sep 08 17:48)

We are also travelling on this cruise and getting very,very excited as we travelled on Navigator of the Seas this time last year and know what to expect. Casual nights are exactly that, wear what you fell comfortable in. Some ladies will put dresses on or skirt/trousers and a top where as the men tend to wear shirt and trousers and some with a jacket if eating in the main dining room. You will have a brillant time and we may even be sitting on the same table.

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