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Old January 19th, 2006, 10:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Rev22:17
Yes, but you also did not see what the people who were dressed properly wrote on their cruise evaluations about the failure of the line to turn away those whose attire was inappropriate for the event.
I'm guessing that only a small fraction care enough about dress code to write anything on the comment card. I would also strongly suspect that for every comment complaining about the dress code not being enforced, there's another comment stating the desire not to have a formal night at all. Only people who feel strongly one way or the other would write anything and I'm guessing that's only a small percentage of total passengers and pretty much evens itself out.

Of course all of the above are only guesses on my part, but since dress has been getting more casual and enforcement more lax, it doesn't seem like there is a mass comment card revolution going on. If there is, the cruiselines aren't listening.
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