We were recently on RCI's Serenade.. walking into the dining room on formal night, directly in front of us, was one couple in shorts, t-shirts and flip flops, and another with the woman in casual "crop pants" (or whatever the heck they're called).
Nothing was said to either couple, so I guess it really just depends on how comfortable you are sticking out a bit.
Until RCI starts taking their own policies seriously, it seems it's ok for the passengers dress and do pretty much whatever they like.
BTW.. the suggested dress code for that night was formal/or 70s. Go try and figure out who put that combination together.
Guess they could have meant baby blue tuxedos.
Another night's suggested dress was "smart casual" (which they define as a sports jacket for the men), or Hawaiian. Another interesting contradiction <G>
Post Edited (06-07-04 16:38)