Formal nights on Sapphire Coastal CA

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Santa Barbara, California
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Joined Jul 2006
i do not know, but my educated guess is Monday and Thursday nights. On the Sapphire coastal cruise in May it was Monday and Thursday nights and those nights would work with the current, albeit different, itinerary. On Monday the Sapphire sails early at 1 pm from SF and formal nights usually occur on either a sea day or a day when the ship sails early. The second formal night on a 7 day cruise usually occurs on the second to the last night of the cruise. On the last night of the cruise everyone is busy packing.
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