The dress code in our booklet from NCL says no jeans , singlet tops or T-shirts in restaurants. Is this strictly enforced at all meal times? We are trying to pack, we would never wear any ripped or torn clothing, but have all packed, nice, neat colourful tops. Any informtaion would be appreciated.
A singlet top is better known as a muscle shirt or tank top in america. The objection to them involves very hairy men (or women) with tufts of armpit hair on display in dining areas.
Avoid this and you will be OK.
They want resort casual, which is collared shorts for men (those short sleeved polo shotts are fine) and khaki's. I didn't see anyone in jeans in the dining rooms. Nor did we see people in t-shirts. In our group, the ladies wore slacks (not jeans) or a skirt and top, or capri's were fine. No shorts in the dining rooms at night either.
But rest assured, if you don't want to dress up even that little bit, eat at the Buffett. The food is lousy but the joy of not dressing up takes away a lot of the hassle of clothing.