For those of us who love Regent Seven Seas Cruises – Dress Code Onboard Has Changed

RSCC Dress Code (2)Regent Seven Seas Cruises– one of my favorites- has adopted a new dress code policy.  Please read on to find out about the revisions and what to expect onboard:

As a result of guest feedback convincingly in favor of a less formal policy, Regent Seven Seas Cruises has established a revised dress code. Effective with the 2009/2010 New Year’s cruises, guests are respectfully requested to adhere to the following guidelines:

 

Daytime Dress Code (until 6 p.m.)

During the day, resort style clothing (including shorts, warm-up suits, jeans and sneakers) is acceptable

in all public areas. Bare feet are acceptable only on the Pool Deck. Note: Bathing suits, while acceptable at the Pool Bar and Grill, are not considered appropriate in any indoor venue.

 

Evening Dress Code (after 6 p.m.)

Two types of dress code have been established for evenings in public areas: Elegant Casual and Formal Optional. The number of Formal Optional nights is dependent upon the length of the cruise, as follows:

• Cruises of fifteen nights or less will be Elegant Casual for the duration

• Cruises of sixteen nights or more will have two Formal Optional nights

 

Elegant Casual: Skirt, or slacks (no jeans) with blouse or sweater, pant suit or dress for ladies; slacks (no jeans) and collared shirt for gentlemen. Sport jackets are optional. Note: Jeans, T-shirts, baseball caps, shorts, sneakers and bathrobes are not considered appropriate in any public area after 6 p.m.

 

Formal Optional: While guests are welcome to dress each evening as per the Elegant Casual dress code, during Formal Optional evenings, guests may opt for a more formal choice of clothing including gowns and cocktail dresses for ladies; tuxedos, dinner jackets or dark suit with tie for gentlemen.

 

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2 Responses to For those of us who love Regent Seven Seas Cruises – Dress Code Onboard Has Changed

  1. Charles Wibel November 8, 2009 at 8:45 pm #

    One more cruise line crossed off the list as unsuitable due to the lowering of dress standards to those of my gardener. I cruise for the elegance of the experience. When I wish to experience a lesser standard, my local Walmart offers more than enough of the slacks, jeans and unjacketed types.

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