With the smart casual dress codes, what do men wear to dinner as smart casual wear (on non-formal nights) on Alaska cruises? Are docker style pants and collared golf shirts acceptable, or would dress slacks, sport shirt and jacket be better?
We will be on the Island Princess in about 3 weeks, so trying to start sorting out what to pack.
Yes, the docker type pants and a sport shirt is perfect, you really don't need the jacket. Princess basically has casual and formal, they stopped the semi formal years ago, which I wish all the cruiselines would do.
Thanks. DH will be happy to know he won't have to have the jacket. Just to be sure I understand about shirts--which is preferred, a collared knit polo shirt, a sport shirt that buttons all the way down the front, or are both types ok?
During our Alaskan cruise on the Sea Princess, I wore Ashworth pants and an Ashworth golf shirt on most of the casual nights. On one or two of the casual nights I did wear a tie and jacket and my wife also put on a dress and heels. For the two formal nights, I wore a tux and she an evening gown.
We just returned from the Island Princess in Alaska. The dress for non-formal nights was anything except shorts/bathing suits. All the documents we received from Princess was no jeans, but there were a lot of men in the dining room with jeans on. We even questioned the waiter and he said No shorts/bathing suits, jeans were acceptable.