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mair - Answered a Question by Benton (08 Oct 08 14:39)

You only need a dinner jacket and black tie if you decide to go into the Main dining there will be one Formal evening. In the windjammer restaurant you can wear anything.

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a - Answered a Question by Benton (08 Oct 08 15:13)

There will be 2 formal nights on a 7n cruise. You will find most will be in black tie or at least a suit. You have to be correctly attired to eat in the main dining room that night other wise it may be embarrassing when you are turned away.

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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by Benton (08 Oct 08 16:24)

No he doesn't have to have one but many will be wearing them or a suit with shirt and tie. To opt out of the formal nights would be a shame if you have never done one and that is what you would have to do if you don't have reasonable attire. If you've a Macro in your area they have a very good offer on at the moment for dress suits. Whatever you deside....enjoy, ... Neil.

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Green - Answered a Question by Benton (09 Oct 08 10:37)

I'm sure he will enjoy wearing the DJ, but a shirt and tie will suffice for formal nights without you being turned away from the dining room' - thats what I'll be wearing on our VOS med cruise in a weeks time. The dress code is 'suggested'.

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