Can anyone help me with which days are formal nights on Southern Caribbean cruise to tobago and Grenada from San Juan
You'll find a definitive schedule of the evening dress for the whole cruise in the daily program ("Celebrity Today") that will be in your cabin when you embark.
There is, however, a standard pattern for the "formal" evenings.
>> The first "formal" evening, for the Captain's "Welcome Aboard," is nearly always on the SECOND evening of the cruise. It usually deviates only if the ship is in port on the second day.
>> The last "formal" evening, for the Captain's Farewell, is nearly always on the NEXT TO LAST evening of the cruise. It usually deviates only if the ship is in port on that day.
>> On cruises with three "formal" evenings, the second "formal" evening is the most flexible, but it usually is as near as practicable to the middle of the cruise. It usually falls on a day on which the ship is at sea or, if none, a day on which the ship leaves port early.
St. Martin- Dawn Beach, great little seculded beach on dutch side.
Dominica- Whale watching expedition and waterfall expedition
Grenada- Snorkeling tour and beach
Barbados- Lunch at Mullin's Beach Bar and some sun time.
Although it sounds like a lot of beach time, we took advantage of activities
like in Tobago, wave runners, snorkling etc....
Whale watching was cool in Dominica, no whales, but hundreds of dolphins right by our boat, they see whales 80% of the time.
It was our first time at the last four islands and they are all very
beautiful. All of the stops are unique.