Blake - Answered a Question by Pogson (11 Jan 17 13:03)

Hi Keith. If this is something you like to do then go for it, but you may find yourself the only Gentleman in one. We have just been on a 25 day cruise on the Mariner before Xmas and only 9 Gentlemen, including my Husband wore Dinner Suits on the 2 Formal Optional nights. Most others where in Jackets or very smart Shirts. There were a couple of Shirts my Husband would have liked to own! All 9 couples met for drinks on the on the last night before and after dinner and it was nice.

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Neil Down - Answered a Question by Pogson (11 Jan 17 14:45)

I like and have used Oceania cruises for quite a few cruises. The general wear is "Smart Casual" that is to say anything from a button up shirt and slacks to a D J but seldom are people seen in D Js. My preference is a jacket, shirt, tie and slacks and sometimes without the tie. I have never taken a D J with me nor found the need to wear one. ......Neil.

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Neil Down - Answered a Question by Pogson (11 Jan 17 14:46)

Sorry I should have said Regent Seven Seas not Oceania but I use both lines. ....Neil.

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Obrien - Answered a Question by Pogson (19 Feb 17 10:47)

Went on explorer last year. The best. Dress code smart casual.

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