What to Wear - Daytime
Casual attire is the order of the day. We suggest the following:
- Shorts and capris
- Tee shirts, polo shirts, blouses and tops (short sleeved or sleeveless)
- khakis and Jeans
- Summer dresses
- Sweater (for indoor, air-conditioned public areas)
- Work-out gear for the fitness center
- Bathing suit and cover up
- Hat or visor (for outdoor use, to protect yourself from the sun)
- Comfortable shoes, sneakers, sandals and flip-flops
- We suggest rubber-soled, low heeled or flat shoes for extra traction; the use of any footwear with wheels is prohibited on board our ships.
- Select shore excursions may require closed-toe shoes.
The Lido Restaurant is open daily for breakfast and lunch and has a more relaxed dress code than the Main Dining Room(s); however, shirts, bathing suit cover ups and footwear (including flip-flops) must be worn at all times.
Sailing with us on a special cruise? Don't leave home without that special garment so you can dress up for our 'Frightfully Fun' Halloween Costume Contest or our December Holiday Season'Ugly Sweater Contest'!
What to wear while visiting ports
Please note that in some ports of call, that it is against the law for anyone, including children, to dress in army-style camouflage clothing or carry items made with camouflage material. These ports include: Barbados, Dominica and Grenada.
Canada/New England/Alaska cruises: Sweaters, lightweight jackets and raincoats are suggested. Casual clothes that can be layered easily are highly recommended. Bring a heavier sweater if you are traveling to the glaciers along with a raincoat and umbrella because it is often cold and windy in such areas. Select excursions may require closed-toe shoes.
Europe cruises: Comfortable shoes and a just-in-case raincoat. It is essential that you wear the proper apparel when visiting the Vatican and other religious sites - legs and shoulders must be covered. Select excursions may require closed-toe shoes.
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