Onboard Attire:

During the day, casual dress is perfect whether indoors or out. For lounging by the pool, pack bathing suits and a pair of casual shoes (e.g., flip flops, sandals, sneakers). Guests will also need some casual shorts and a couple of t-shirts or a cover-up for getting to and from the pool areas.

If guests are planning to visit our onboard fitness center, pack extra shorts, t-shirts and socks for working out in- plus a pair of tennis or running shoes/sneakers.

If guests are cruising to Northern Europe or Alaska, remember that nights on deck can be cool. Bring sweaters, jackets and long pants. And if guests will be touring any museums, cathedrals or churches, it's always wise to dress conservatively. Guests may also want to bring a raincoat, hiking shoes and a travel umbrella.

Dining Room Dress Code:

At no time are bare feet or bathing suits allowed; also shorts during dinner. We offer casual dining every evening in the Windjammer Cafe except the last night of the cruise. Smart casual attire will also be needed for some of our specialty restaurants.

Casual: Sundresses or pants and blouses
Smart Casual: Dresses or pantsuit
Formal: Cocktail dresses

Casual: Sports shirts and slacks
Smart Casual: Jackets and ties 
Formal: Suits and ties, or tuxedos*

We also offer tuxedo rentals for formal dinners and special occasions. 

The number of smart casual and formal nights is at the ship's discretion and the days they fall on may also vary.
Cruise Length Casual Nights Smart Casual Nights Formal Nights
3-Night 2 0 1
4-Night 3 0 1
5-Night 3 1 1
6-Night 3 1 2
7-Night 4 1 2
8-Night 4 2 2
9-Night 5 2 2
10-Night 6 2 2
11-Night 7 2 2
12-Night 6 3 3
13-Night 9 2 2
14-Night 8 3 3
15-Night+ Remaining Casual 3 3

There can be 1 - 3 formal nights during a sailing and is at the ship's discretion.
Note: *Some 12-night European cruises may have 3 formal nights.