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Onboard Dining

Q:
What should I wear to dinner?
A:

The dress code for dinner varies by the venue or theme night of your cruise. In general, most meals are "cruise casual"—no swimwear or tank tops. Most cruises also have special theme nights with optional opportunities to get dressed up for a special family photo. Here's a breakdown of events by cruise itinerary:

On 3-night cruises:

  • One cruise casual night—No swimwear or tank tops
  • One pirate or tropical night (deck party)
  • One "optional dress-up night"—jacket for men, dress or pantsuit for women

On 4-night cruises:

  • First night is cruise casual—no swimwear or tank tops
  • One pirate or tropical night (deck party)
  • One optional dress-up night—jacket for men, and dress or pantsuit for women
  • Final night is cruise casual—no swimwear or tank tops

On 7-night cruises:

  • First night is cruise casual—no swimwear or tank tops
  • One themed night (pirate, tropical or other themed deck party)
  • 3 additional cruise casual nights—no swimwear or tank tops
  • One formal and one semi-formal night—two great opportunities to dress-up and take advantage of the onboard photography services. Though optional, we recommend: Dress pants with a jacket or a suit for men, and dress or pantsuit for women

Dress code at Palo:

  • Men: Dress pants and dress shirt (a jacket is optional)
  • Women: Dress or pantsuit
  • No jeans, shorts, capri pants, flip-flops or tennis shoes

Dress code at Remy:

  • Men: Dress pants with jacket (sports or suit jacket) is required—ties are optional.
  • Women: A dress, cocktail dress, pantsuit or skirt/blouse is required
  • No jeans, shorts, capri pants, flip-flops or tennis shoes

If you'd prefer more formal attire during the optional dress-up evenings, you're invited to pre-order tailored formalwear rentals and have them delivered directly to your stateroom upon arrival. To learn more, visit Cruiseline Formalwear.