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  1. I think a lot depends on the itinerary. On a short cruise into the Caribbean, the attire is more relaxed, but still in the DR on stated "formal" nights, it's more like Church on Sunday. I've only seen once a man refused entry until he showed up with a jacket. However, that was long ago, and maybe he would get by with a dress shirt and tie now. Correct me if I'm wrong, please. Prinsendam is my all-time favorite ship, as we've had over 300 days on her including a World Cruise, and we are booked on this Caribbean cruise as a farewell before she goes to another company. Wilda
  2. From one who has cruised on Prinsendam for over 300 days, I agree that the retirement of this great ship is a moment of remembrance, if not real sadness, but a reason to celebrate the great times we had on our "home" for such great cruises such as the 2005 World Cruise and others that gave us so much more than just the entertainment and vacation at sea experiences. We were able to visit countries and talk to people in so many different cultures, never to experience again. Our next cruise is on Prinsendam, just because she will be retired next year and we couldn't pass up this chance to revisit this most wonderful ship. I'll never forget all the great cruises and the great Captain Halle Thon Gundersen, who was so much a part of the best cruises we ever experienced. Slinkie
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