Whether you plan on sailing
alone, after your wedding,
or bringing the whole
family. A cruise ship
wedding will be the best
choice for a fantastic affair.
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Shipboard dress is casual during the day. Shorts and tasteful T-shirts are acceptable even in the dining
room. At dinner, dress codes will vary daily, among the following:
Casual: Slacks and sport shirt for men (no jeans); slacks and blouse, sundress or pantsuit for women.
Informal: Jacket with or without tie for men; dress or pantsuit for women.
Formal: Dark suit or tuxedo for men; evening gown or cocktail dress for women.
Most 3, 4 and 5 night cruises have one formal night; most 6, 7 and 8 night cruises have 2 formal nights;
most 9 night cruises or longer have 3 formal nights. In general, the longer and more expensive (per day)
cruises will be the most formal on formal night, but a dark suit and tie is acceptable attire on even the
most exclusive ships. (In other words, don't buy a tuxedo for a single cruise).
Formal nights are only required in the main restaurants, the buffet and other casual restaurants will not
have this requirement for those of you who do not want to dress up.
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