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Old July 1st, 2012, 06:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Dave Beers View Post
My observations on my last several cruises show me that most guests change back into casual clothes after dinner, so what is the point? To impress my waiter or the people at my table that I'll never see again?

Also, it is difficult to accept how serious a cruise line is about formal nights when the waiters parade around the dining room in a conga line with the more talented ones balancing ketchup bottles on their heads. Sort of ruins the effect to me.
Dave you make some very good points. But I still prefer formal nights.

Just think, as the Country Club casual people force the lines to do away with formal nights, what will be next? Will the cutoff shorts & muscle shirt crowd then want change from casual attire?

In polls & discussions like this, I always express myself as favoring formal to prolong the inevitable.

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