Cunard adjusts dress code

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Cunard adjusts dress code

In response to growing trends within the cruise industry, luxury cruise operator Cunard Line are to make an adjustment to their advice regarding dress codes on less formal nights.

After conducting a serious amount of research amongst past passengers and luxury travellers, the cruise line are to offer special occasion dressing three times a week on Transatlantic Crossings and twice each week on sailings to the Mediterranean, Scandinavia and beyond. Along with two or three formal nights per week, Cunard will now introduce four or five "informal" evenings where jackets are required, but ties will become optional.

The new dress code change is from the previous dress codes of formal, semi-formal and elegant casual. The change will take place before Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria and Queen Mary 2 set sail on their main sailing seasons in April and May this year. 

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