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ftacher 08-24-2007 11:39 AM

I never thought my little post asking a questions about dress would draw so many irate people. With the varying range of answers, I decided to go to their offices and ask. I live in South Florida so this was easy. Their answer was. On informal nights, dress slacks and a collared shirt is acceptable. On formal nights, full dress is requested but you can dress same as above if you want. In any case you would not be asked to leave the dining room. That is the "In person" answer I got from their offices. For those who chose to stare while I relax and enjoy my cruise, knock yourselves out.

TrvlPro 08-24-2007 12:11 PM

ftacher, dress code has been a hot button on this board and with cruisers for a long time. There are those who hold with tradition and believe formal is the only appropriate attire for recommended formal nights. I am as uncomfortable in a jacket and tie as you are. I do comply with the recommendations for a number of reasons not the least is because my wife would be appauled if I didn't and I'd have to dine alone. Another is, why not on lines where it is expected? The cruiseline has the final word and you have their blessing so enjoy your casual attire. But I don't expect their will ever be agreement on here or onboard among some of your fellow passengers with your choice. So be it, have a great time, you wouldn't offend me. You also wouldn't win any popularity contests with my wife. Seems the ladies are more sensative about these traditions. God bless 'em, they've made me a conformist and I don't even mind.

Cheers, Neil

LisaP 08-25-2007 06:19 AM

As we have three other active threads on this topic, I am going to close this one. Let's continue the conversation in one of the existing threads.

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