Cruising on Pacific Sun N620 30th June 2006

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#21
Queensland
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Joined Mar 2005
The level of dress in the restaurant has dramatically reduced in the years I have been cruising. On our last cruise in January there were even people at dinner in shorts on the Formal nights! Don't worry hubby will be fine in jeans. We personally like to get changed for dinner and wear something a little smarter than our day wear. You don't get enough opportunities to "dress up" nowdays I reckon.

I have seen people sent from the restaurant for dress on the last few cruises (Sept 05 & Jan 06) but mostly it is because they aren't wearing shoes or still have a swim suit or something on, not because they were wearing jeans.

Cheers,
Chaz
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#22
Katherine NT Australia
551 Posts
Joined Nov 2005
Hi All

On the Star my hubby wore a combination of shorts/polo shirts , jeans/poloshirts and trousers/shirt/tie (formal nights) without any issues. There were people wearing thongs on their feet (weren't asked to leave) but the bloke who kept showing up without a shirt on was always being sent back to change.


Phones - the internal phones can make calls to shore - on deck 8 on the star and cost $20 or $30 cash (they are machines). The $20 card gives you 6 mnutes and 30 seconds. Mobile phones - we had CDMA and had absolutely no access anywhere - not even New Zealand (after being assurred by Telstra we would). Sim carded phones worked in Fiji and Tonga (if you were with Vodaphone only).

Hope this helps

Rach
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#23
575 Posts
Joined Apr 2006
With all this discussion re 'jeans' I think it comes down to the type of jeans. Like some are 'dressier', if there's such a word, and some look like you've just greased the car. So I guess it depends if they are neat and clean, sometimes you can't even notice that they are jeans.