Henderson - Answered a Question by evans (16 May 07 22:21)

Have cruised twice on the Celebration, shirt & tie without jacket would be totally accepable, maybe on Formal Evenings(usually 2 per cruise) jacket would be advisable, or put on a dinner jacket and black tie, or eat in the Lido, where there is no dress code(Food just as good) Bill.

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Jay - Answered a Question by evans (17 May 07 09:22)

Yes you'll be perfectly fine wearing a shirt & tie without a jacket. If you want to look smart, try not to pair it with jeans & trainers though!

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Chrysler - Answered a Question by evans (21 May 07 18:43)

It should be ok.... on formal nights I have taken my jacket off without a problem.... and it can be pretty darn warm with a jacket on.

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seeley - Answered a Question by evans (27 May 07 20:44)

It depends on the sort of night it is. On full dress night you must wear a tie and jacket but on formal nights a jacket without tie is ok.

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