We are cruising on the Insignia this April. I was curious as to what the dress code is at night. I have read their suggestions, yet would like to get a few opinions from those of you who have travelled this cruiseline. We are in our early 40s. Specifically, I'm looking if jeans are seen at night, suits? ties? ect...What is the common scene?
Jeans are not allowed in the Grand Dining Room, Polo, or Toscano. You can wear them at Tapas. Most men tend to wear slacks and a shirt with a collar. I wear pants and top or skirt. It's not very dressy. We're going on our fourth Oceania cruise in May and my husband isn't taking a jacket or tie. The dress code is "country club casual". It's basically what you'd wear out to dinner in a nice restaurant. It's a wonderful cruise line. Have a great cruise.
I agree with joan24, coats & ties can stay at home! You will see a few people dressed up, but they were not common on our Regatta cruise. Oddly, we did see one older couple (80's) dressed in formal clothes for no obvious reason (sitting alone, no celebrations, etc.). I will add that shorts are allowed at night in Tapas.
We have done 5 O cruises & only once did I see anyone in jeans ... it was during the day.
so I would leave those at home
No ties needed or suits ...some men wear a sport coat or blazer but not required
Most people wear long pants for men & skirt, slacks or a dress for ladies
When I was on I didn't see anyone wearing jeans. It was mostly country club casual style with men in slacks and collard shirts and the women wore skits or dress. I didn't see any tux's or gowns, as Oceania doesn't have formal nights.
Good idea actually, these days the guidelines for some dress codes are not what is normally worn, so getting practical advice from those who have travelled is probably best. I just wear what they ask me too,but I do know that what they say & what they do are different.
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