Cruise Dress Codes
During the Day:
On Board: Dress is casual during the day. Shorts, jeans and tasteful
T-shirts are acceptable even in the dining room.
On Shore: For women includes a casual dress, skirt and blouse, or pants
outfit; for men casual pants, jeans or walking shorts, and polo-type
shirts. Comfortable walking shoes are a must.
Dining Rooms (Dinner):
Casual Nights: For women slacks and a blouse, sundress or pantsuits; for
men slacks (no jeans) and a sports shirt.
Informal Nights: For women dress or a pantsuit; for men jacket with or
without a tie.
Formal Nights: For women evening gown or cocktail dress; for men dark
suite or tuxedo.
Number of Formal Nights:
Generally 3 - 6 night cruises will have 1 formal night; 7 - 11 night
cruises will have 2 formal nights; and 12 night and longer cruises will
have 3 or more formal nights.
Swimsuits, robes, bare feet, tank tops, baseball caps and pool wear are
not permitted in the main restaurants or specialty restaurants at any
time. Shorts and flip flops are not allowed during the evening hours.