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johnryan3427 April 2nd, 2013 11:14 AM

Disney Dream formal nights?
I think I just read a review on the Disney Dream, where the author seemed to imply that in lieu of a formal night, they have a Pirate night.

The Pirate night I am familiar with, my question is though, on the Dream 4 night cruises do they have a formal night, and would I be able to get in there with a button down shirt and dockers?


BigMac April 8th, 2013 06:17 PM

No, formal nights are referring to dining. Pirate night is a deck party.

Although, if you want to dress up in pirate stuff for formal night I wouldn't batt an eye ;)

johnryan3427 April 15th, 2013 10:35 AM

To answer my own question, while there is an "optional" formal night; the dress codes for this night ranged everywhere from suits, beautiful dresses, high heels, jackets and ties, to only jackets, to t-shirts and shorts, sandals, etc.

So, if you choose to dress formally it is your prerogative, but hardly a requirement. The dress code was relatively relaxed as I suspected.

jimrazz April 16th, 2013 10:43 AM

Dining Attire
While the main dining is casual, it's not the same for the specialty restaurants like Remy where you'll at least need a sports jacket. Tie is optional. Palo is a bit more causal.

AF1 April 21st, 2013 08:48 PM

It seems a lot of the mainstream cruiselines have less formal attire on formal night than before. My last three cruises I saw a few tux's on men, some suits, but more shirt and tie, or sports coat with no tie.

AF1 April 27th, 2013 11:36 AM

Ziyan, what exactly did you enjoy on your Disney Cruise? What made it stand out? Thanks.

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