Formal Night- Enchantment of the Seas/Thanksgiving?

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#1
Maryland
805 Posts
Joined Jan 2011
Will be on the 7 nighter to the Bahamas over thanksgiving.

I thought formal nights were typically the 2nd and 5th nights.

But I am wondering if they will switch it to the 6th night since that is a sea day AND the thanksgiving holiday.

I am hoping to make a reservation in Chops for the 2nd formal night.

Is there anyway to check or do I have to guess?
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Ashley
#2
3,722 Posts
Joined Nov 2004
We've been on five cruises over American T.Giving - 3 RCCI, 1 Celebrity, 1 NCL. On all but NCL, T.giving was considered a formal night. Can't say it ALWAYS happens, but that has been my experience.

RCCI and X both had special menus on T.Giving night (and considering that we never were seated with other Americans it always made for a good conversation)
#3
Pasadena, MD
1,064 Posts
Joined Jul 2009
We were on the Grandeur which sailed out of Baltimore a couple of years ago for a 12 night during Thanksgiving and it was not. The menu selection was traditional, i.e. turkey and ham nothing fancy by any means, I was actually disappointed. Since there will only be two formal days on your cruise and the last being the lobster night my guess would be no. But it is just a guess. Not sure if C & A would be able to answer your question or not.
#4
Maryland
805 Posts
Joined Jan 2011
Thanks for the input guys. I guess for now, we'll plan on it being the 2nd and 5th nights with Thanksgiving (the 6th night) being a Thanksgiving dinner type thing.
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