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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by Robinson (22 Apr 08 11:55)

Oh dear....yes if you must. You will find a few others doing the same but you will also find that "Informal Nights" are not he same as casual nights and are more dressy than the name implies. You will be in line with quite a few American men who, if they have bought something new in the last few years, do not seem to bring it with them on a cruise!!!!!....Nei.

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Buckley - Answered a Question by Robinson (21 Apr 08 14:01)

Hi probably yes it should be ok i would take a jacket of some sorts a sports coat or blazer may be,we live local to you if you phone we will be happy to answer any questions our last number is ######5 and were in the phone book.Navigator is a good ship for firs timers enjoy it.

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Matt - Answered a Question by Robinson (23 Apr 08 23:36)

Neil, how many American ships have you been on? I have found that ALL Americans dress to kill even on casual nights, with the Americans competing with the Canadians.

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