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Old November 8th, 2004, 07:39 AM
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It's me again. I also want to know about dinner options. My husband and I are jeans and t shirts kind of people. I would hate to have to dress up to eat supper, after all this is a vacation. Which ship offers the most super casual dining, without having to eat burgers and pizza?
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Old November 8th, 2004, 10:45 AM
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You will find that all of the mainstream cruise lines have a no jeans, shorts or t-shirt policy in all of the dining rooms during dinner hours. Your choices are limited to the buffet, pizzeria and room service. With that being said, casual nights on most cruise lines are simply a pair of dockers type pants, a polo shirt and casual shoes for the men. For the ladies is capris and a nice top, sundress with flat sandals or a pair of dockers type pants and a nice blouse.
The most casual of the cruise lines is Carnival
If you want ultra-casual look into Windjammer Barefoot cruises, not your typical cruise, no casino, no shows, no pool, no boutiques, no spa, etc just sailing on a rigged schooner.
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Old November 29th, 2004, 01:15 PM
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on hal you can have whatever is being offered in the main dining room delivered to your room (all category rooms) via room service. on disney the formal wear evenings are not a specific night-they have 3 dining rooms (plus the adults only restaurant) with different thems, only one of them being formal. In this way you are only formal on the evening/evenings you are assigned to that one dining room (and they are the most accommodating line with regards to changing your seating time or restaurant assignments-actualy we feel that we have been completly spoiled by their line in regards to service, quality and accommodations-i would reccommend them to any age with or without children, the only item you will find lacking is in the absence of an on board casino).
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