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jmsettles 01-26-2007 01:24 PM

We are finally booked & confirmed to be on the Liberty for a 6 night caribbean cruise(Woo-Hoo!!) http://images7.fotki.com/v142/photos...33/lol2-vi.gif I Have never cruised for less than a week, can someone tell me if there will only be 1 formal night since it is only a 6 night cruise?

Dave 01-26-2007 01:27 PM

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Originally posted by jmsettles:
We are finally booked & confirmed to be on the Liberty for a 6 night caribbean cruise(Woo-Hoo!!) http://images7.fotki.com/v142/photos...33/lol2-vi.gif I Have never cruised for less than a week, can someone tell me if there will only be 1 formal night since it is only a 6 night cruise?
I think it is just one formal night. We've never done a 6-day cruise either.

By the way, please change your countdown clock. The website for your current clock doesn't want us to use it, as you can see.

Jim C. 01-26-2007 01:46 PM

wow.. they got snippy on the tickers.. didn't they?

CaribbeanMag.com doesn't seem to mind the advertisement...

PC GUY 01-26-2007 05:55 PM

Here it is straight from the Carnival Website:
http://www.carnival.com/CMS/FAQs/For...ning_Room.aspx

How many formal nights are there?

For cruises with one formal night, the formal night is scheduled for the second or third evening of the cruise, with schedules permitting. For cruises with two formal nights, the first formal night is scheduled for the second or third evening of the cruise; the second formal night is scheduled for the second or third evening prior to the end of the cruise, with schedules permitting.

1-day cruise: no formal nights

2-day cruise: one formal night

3-day cruise: one formal night

4-day cruise: one formal night

5-day cruise: one formal night

6-day cruise: one formal night

7-day cruise: two formal nights

8-day cruise: two formal nights

9-day cruise: two formal nights

10-day cruise: two formal nights

11-day cruise: two formal nights

12-day cruise: two formal nights

13-day cruise: two formal nights

14-day cruise: two formal nights

16-day cruise: two formal nights

17-day cruise: two formal nights

jmsettles 01-26-2007 06:10 PM

Thanks PC GUY.....that was very helpful!!
I figured there would only be one formal night, but that's OK....we will just make the best of the one we have!!
can someone remind me of how to start a new tickler?

Dave 01-27-2007 06:56 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by jmsettles:
Thanks PC GUY.....that was very helpful!!
I figured there would only be one formal night, but that's OK....we will just make the best of the one we have!!
can someone remind me of how to start a new tickler?
Go here and follow the instructions using UBB or BBCode. Paste it into your signature block in your profile. I just deleted your old one since it was useless anyway and was promoting the sour pusses at that other site.

cruizinallthetime 01-27-2007 07:07 AM

jmsettles - We are booked on a 6 night caribbean cruise on the Liberty. When are ya'll goin? We are in September.

Dave 01-27-2007 07:39 AM

Ignore my link in the previous post. Tom Ogg has just released a new website where we have "our own" cruise tickers - although anyone is free to use them at any other website. Read about the new tickers here.

Dave 01-27-2007 09:27 AM

Update: the new tickers require the use of Internet Explorer from what I can tell. This is just to make them. Once made they will appear with any web browser.

jmsettles 01-28-2007 09:10 AM

OK, back to the original question of how many formal nights on a 6 NIGHT cruise?? I went to the Carnival site that PCGUY referred to, and they are in reference as DAYS. So, if we are cruising 6 nights, isn't it the same as 7 days? Sorry, but I am still confused.
Has anyone else done this 6 night Liberty cruise that can clear this up??


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