Passengers sailing on Celebrity Cruises on or after December 4, 2015 will have two evening chic nights (replacing formal nights) on all cruises seven nights and longer (with an exception for Celebrity Xpedition) . This change comes as cruisers slowly move to a more casual cruise experience.
The dress code for evening chic nights will be dressier than the “smart casual” dress code that is recommended for most evenings onboard. The biggest change is that jackets and ties will no longer be required. However, shorts, t-shirts, and ripped jeans will not be allowed in the main dining rooms on evening chic nights. (designer jeans are ok)
Lobster isn’t going anywhere though, it will still be on the menu for all evening chic nights. Love or hate this change? Cruise Fever would love to hear your opinion in the comments section below regarding the elimination of formal nights on Celebrity Cruises.
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