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Aldrich - Answered a Question by sinclair (07 Feb 08 10:21)

Most will wear suits and tuxedos. If you do not want to dress formally then eat in buffet or alternative restaurant that night.

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Buckley - Answered a Question by sinclair (07 Feb 08 14:09)

Hi You may prefer a suite or DJ but no need to buy one providing your reasonably smart that would be ok, the recommended dress code is in there brochure and will be in your daily ships paper.If you decide on more formal a DJ can be a lot cheaper then suite and can be used on future cruises.Just noticed your address and the kilt is most acceptable as formal dress.

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cottle - Answered a Question by sinclair (07 Feb 08 14:14)

Went on the legend in november07 50% did not wearsuits or tuxedos.

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Green - Answered a Question by sinclair (07 Feb 08 15:59)

Went on the Legend in May 07 and 85% DID wear suits or tuxedos.....

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cunane - Answered a Question by sinclair (08 Feb 08 22:36)

Can't understand what all the hang ups are about what to wear !! PART OF CRUISING IS ABOUT DRESSING UP ! and that includes us men ! IF YOU CAN'T be bothered then stay at home or go to Blackpool.

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Hunter - Answered a Question by sinclair (09 Feb 08 07:13)

We were on Voyager - fantastic cruise - My husband wore his Full Highland outfit and the remarks he had made to him it was certainly a talking point and lost count of the number of times he had his photograph taken especially with the female cruise passangers.

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