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Old 04-02-2003, 07:15 PM
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What is the dress code for non-formal nights in the main dining room? Or any dress code, for that matter. We'll be on Vision of the Seas.
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What is the dress code for non-formal nights in the main dining room? Or any dress code, for that matter. We'll be on Vision of the Seas.
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Old 04-03-2003, 03:39 AM
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Here is the info. from RCCL's web site. Hope this helps.

Pennie

What is the dresscode for dinner?

There are three different types of "evenings" on board - casual,
smart casual and formal.

Suggested guidelines for these evenings are as follows:

Casual nights: We suggest sport shirts and slacks for men;
sundresses or pants for women.
Smart casual nights: We suggest dresses and pantsuits for
women; jackets and ties for men.
Formal nights: We suggest women wear cocktail dresses;
men should wear suits and ties or tuxedos (optional).

The dress code for children is no different. We ask parents to use
their judgement. Again, these are guidelines and your evening
attire is left up to your discretion. In addition, we do provide
alternative casual dining in the Windjammer Cafe onboard all of
our vessels on each of our formal evenings. (Please be advised that
the dress codes on some sailings may vary. Please check your
onboard Cruise Compass guide for information on your specific
sailing.) No shorts will be allowed in the main dining room
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Each night the women were fairly dressed up. They take pictures each night so you want your Sunday best on for each photo. Men had the Don Johnson look each night and women were beautiful. Little girls were in dresses and little boys were charming. I was surprised how dressed up everyone came to dinner. It made dinner more fun to see so many handsome men and women.

But you didn't have to wear your Sunday best, just look nice. No shorts.
 
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