Looking for a black-tie cruise?

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Is dressing up one of your favorite things to do? It seems nothing is sacred anymore. Blue jeans are frequently seen today at 5 star restaurants or even strolling around a 5 star hotel. If dressing up is still something you like to do, we think you may enjoy a cruise on an old fashioned ocean liner. Which ship fits this category? Cunard does. We thought you might like to see what Cunard recommends when taking a voyage at sea.

Cunard – Still more formal than others for attire

One of the great thrills of a Cunard voyage is the sheer glamour of the evenings. Generally, evening dress may be either formal, semi- formal or elegant casual when your ship is at sea, and semi-formal or casual when your ship is in port. There will be a maximum of three formal nights in a week. Evening attire for the ship’s main restaurants from 6 p.m. and later will be specified on your ship’s Daily Programme.

How does Cunard define dress?

Formal:

Black tie, formal dark suit, military or award decorations may be worn on formal nights for men. Evening dress, cocktail dress, smart casual trouser suit or other formal attire for ladies.

Semi-formal:

Jacket and tie for men. Cocktail dress or trouser suit for ladies. No jeans.

Elegant Casual:

Jacket, no tie required for men. Dress, skirt or trousers for ladies. No jeans or shorts.

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