Star Clippers Dress Code

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#1
Austin, TX
38 Posts
Joined Dec 2006
I'm sailing on the Star Flyer on 14 April, and I'm still not sure what is "appropriate" for the Dining Room at night. I'm currently packing khakis and button front tropical shirts. Will that be enough? I'm spending a week in London after, so I will also have dress slacks, shirts, a jacket, and a collection of ties, so I'm covered. I just wanted to know what to expect.

Thanks, Bill
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#2
1,185 Posts
Joined Jul 2004
Khakis and a shirt with a collar will be fine; i wear a mixture of polos and button down shirts.

Some men will wear a jacket for the Captain's dinner,

Aloha,

John
#3
Austin, TX
38 Posts
Joined Dec 2006
Thanks John, I'm taking my tweed jacket for London, so I think I've covered the bases.

Bill
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Past Voyages:
QE2 Westbound Transatlantic October 2002
QM2 Cruise to Nowhere July 2005
QM2 Eastbound Transatlantic June 2006
QE2 Land of the Midnight Sun June 2006
QE2 Lands of Fire and Ice June 2007
QE2 Eastbound Transatlantic April 2008 (sigh)
QE2 Lands of Fire Ice August 2008
QE Westbound Transatlantic January 2011
#4
Magnolia, TX
1,407 Posts
Joined Mar 2005
I've been on SF twice, once to Tahiti and once to Costa Rica. The fanciest I've seen anyone (male) is in a button-down shirt and slacks. No ties or jackets, just elegantly casual. Mostly sundresses for the ladies.

Enjoy your trip!!
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#6
canada
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Joined Apr 2012
All evenings are elegant casual, so slacks and open-collar shirts are fine for men, and sundresses, skirts, or pants with a sweater or blouse are suggested for women. Coats and ties are never required. Shorts and T-shirts are not allowed in the dining room at dinner.
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