- Answered a Question by adler (08 Jan 19 16:41)

Celebrity no longer have formal nights, they have Evening Chic. Another way of saying, come as you please.

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adler - Answered a Question by adler (08 Jan 19 15:56)

Any recommendations?

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- Answered a Question by adler (08 Jan 19 16:24)

I give in?

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Smith - Answered a Question by adler (08 Jan 19 16:45)

Perhaps Cunard?

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- Answered a Question by adler (08 Jan 19 18:14)

P&O cruises have formal nights. 2 on a weeks cruise, and 4 on 2 weeks cruise. The dress code is usually followed on these nights, but those who wish not to may dine in the buffet only.

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Smith - Answered a Question by adler (09 Jan 19 11:45)

P&O Cruises are great at hosting formal nights!

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- Answered a Question by adler (09 Jan 19 15:13)

Although they are now called chic nights lots of passengers still dress in formal wear so you wouldn’t feel lot of place.

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