Last time we went there was apirate night on the 3 day. It was the 2nd day. That night was tropical or pirate attire for dinner.
Most people dress a little nicer for the night they are in Tritons. But for the most part the 3 dayis very casual compared to the Magic. My husband just wears slacks with a nice shirt, once in awhile a mickey tie too. I wear a nice dress, not fancy, just nice. wehave never felt out of place.
You will see people dressed in jeans, slacks, pantsuits, dresses,t-shirts. I have even seen shorts in Tritons and that is against the dress code in all the restaurants, but they never turn anyone away or say anything to them. Personally I stick to the dress codes, they are there for a reason. if you dont want to follow them, use room service or eat around the pool fast food places. Just my opinion.
we are going next week, 4/5 and if they have changed things and no longer have the pirate party I will post and let you know for sure!! Ok.
20 DCL cruises and counting!
1 Carnival Glory cruise
Waiitng for the new ships to arrive for more magical cruises!!
I'm with you, I think we should follow the dress codes. Have fun on your cruise! I can't wait to hear about it and get updated information! Also, we're booked for the later dining seating let me know if this will interfere with seeing the shows they offer at the Walt Disney Theatre. Thanks!
Great, thanks for the detail. Our family is gearing up for our first cruise to the Port of Nassau in the Bahamas for sightseeing, shopping, and checking out the islands. We have the Disney World annual passes, and do all the theme parks and water parks. We love all the land based Disney, this time we try sailing with Mickey!