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Actually, the US website is up the most up to date, just another problem with Celebrity's IT dept. It took them five years to change the dress code from three types of dress to two on the UK web site.

Ah yes, the most up to date but with erroneous information. As long as individual Captains are free to decide on the number of Evening Chic nights rather than follow corporate policy, there will continue to be some confusion.

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There are always some people who really dress up on Evening Chic nights...it’s an anniversary, honeymoon, etc. and they may want to have pictures taken. Personally if I wanted to dress formally it would not bother me if I were in the minority...

 

 

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Ah yes, the most up to date but with erroneous information. As long as individual Captains are free to decide on the number of Evening Chic nights rather than follow corporate policy, there will continue to be some confusion.

 

Agree with you, it’s a shame Celebrity doesn’t have their poster on the boards anymore we could ask. A similar situation happened a few years ago and because there were so many inquiries, the ships had to change their policy. This had to do with a couple ships requiring formal dress in the Specialty restaurants when this was not written policy.

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  • 3 years later...
On 3/5/2018 at 9:24 AM, gerelmx said:

Sea days, If you provide us with your departure date, we can tell you what nights will be chic.

August 8, 2021 on Equinox 7 day cruise.

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On 3/5/2018 at 9:20 AM, fizzy1 said:

On a 14 night journey soon on Silhouette and i believe 3 formal/ chic nights may be the order of the game. Are they usually on sea day evenings or could be on port days too?

 

 

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On our eastbound TA in 2018, our 3 evening chic nights were on "at sea" days.  On your daily planner left on your bed at turn down the steward left the next day's planner.  On the front page there would be a notice when the evening chic (gala) night would be the next day.  Plus there would usually be mention of it by the cruise director or sometimes by the captain the day of gala night.

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