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Old 11-07-2005, 11:24 AM
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We will be traveling on the Soverign of the Seas..We will be on the 4 night cruise. What night do they have the formal dinner on? Also, are there tenders in Nassau ?
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Old 11-07-2005, 11:36 AM
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Formal night is the night you are in Nassau, and then later on that evening around 11:30 is the deck pary. (mexican food, dancing, ice sculptures, bartenders dancing...) The only port that has tenders is Coco Cay. In Nassau you will be docked. We sailed on the SOS in June of this year. You'll love it. Don't forget to play the "Quest" game. Its an adult scavenger hunt.
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Old 11-08-2005, 05:09 AM
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I try to avoid adult scavangers at all costs So the first night we sail to Coco Cay then we sail the next night to Nassau where we are docked for the night.The next night although we are in Nassau during the day we sail back to Florida that night .
The formal night is not the night we sail backbut the night we are docked. Right ?
I am a newbie fer sure.
Thanks for speaking very slowly and holding my face in your hands. I am thick as a brick
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Old 11-08-2005, 06:21 AM
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On a 4 night cruise, the formal night is almost always on the second night of the cruise. The first night is the night you board the ship. So, if you go to Coco Cay for your first port formal night should be that evening. Happy sailing. You will love Coco Cay!!! Its awesome. If you are into snorkeling, swim out by the lifeguard stands. They have an old plane buried there, and there are tons of fish to see cause the lifeguards feed them.
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You had me laughing out loud on that one. Everyone is a newbie at some point! Welcome to the Wonderful World of Cruising.

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