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Old 03-24-2007, 05:01 AM
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I would also encourage your husband to bring a dark suit and tie. A Cunard crossing is not like a cruise -- the dress code is intended for the entire evening on most of the ship, and nearly all passengers adhere to it. There are just two nights onboard for which a suit and tie are not required, and it would indeed be a shame to miss the beautiful dining room, show rooms, and almost everything else on board in the evening on the other four.
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